Dell TPM 2.0 Firmware Update Utility

This package provides Dell TPM 2.0 Update Firmware and is supported on Dell Latitude/OptiPlex/Precision/XPS series running the following Operating Systems: Windows 7-64bit, Windows 8.1-64bit & Windows 10-64bit

Fixes & Enhancements

Fixes
- Fixed issue which TPM may become unavailable under Windows because of slow response on start up
- Fixed issue which TPM may become unavailable under Windows after upgrade from version 1.3.0.1 to 1.3.1.0
- Fixed issue which TPM may become unavailable under Windows intermittently in a very rare case, under stress test
Enhancements
- Compatibility improvement for Windows 10 Creators Update

Version

Version 1.3.2.8, A02

Category

Security

Release date

21 Mar 2017

Last Updated

13 Dec 2017

Importance

Available formats

File Format:Windows/DOS
File Name:DellTpm2.0_Fw1.3.2.8_V1_64.exe
Download Type:HTTP
File Size: 626 KB
Format Description:This file format consists of a BIOS executable file. The Universal (Windows/MS DOS) format can be used to install from any Windows or MS DOS environment.
To ensure the integrity of your download, please verify the checksum value.
MD5:
38c9add17bbaabfe0e13337621ba8ba0
SHA1:
c930f24bc43c7aac7d3c402565d0a0d207010c48
SHA-256:
29cf9f45fed94d03d2aa8a6a0920fc547613a2ab93de1c8e2c597a3b9dd33c53

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Other versions
1.3.0.1,1.3.0.1 09 Mar 201709:05:42
1.3.1.0,A01 09 Mar 201705:33:37
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows 7, 64-bit
Windows 8.1, 64-bit
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2016
Windows 10, 64-bit
Applies to
Dell TPM Firmware Update
Installation instructions
Installation instructions
Dell TPM Update Utility for Windows/DOS

Download
1. Click "Download File", to download the file.
2. When the File Download window appears, click Save to save the file to your hard drive.

Clear the TPM (See Notes 2, 3 and 4)
1. Before running the TPM update utility, clear the TPM Owner.

Disable TPM Auto Provisioning in Windows (See Note 4)
1. Boot to Windows
2. Launch the PowerShell Command window in Administrator mode
3. At the Powershell command prompt, execute the command:
> Disable-TpmAutoProvisioning
4. Confirm the following results:
- AutoProvisioning : Disabled
5. Reboot the system, to BIOS Setup by pressing F2.
6. Navigate to "Security > TPM 1.2/2.0 Security".
7. Click the "Clear" checkbox and select "Yes" at the prompt to clear the TPM settings. (You can skip it if the item is grayed out)
8. Click "Exit" to save changes.
9. Reboot system to Windows.
10. Confirm the TPM is not owned. The TPM should no longer be automatically provisioned by Windows.
11. When the TPM update is finished, launch the PowerShell command in Administrator mode to re-enable the auto provisioning.
> Enable-TpmAutoProvisioning
12. Confirm the following results:
- AutoProvisioning : Enabled

Run the TPM update utility from Windows environment
1. Browse to the location where you downloaded the file and double-click the new file.
2. Windows System will auto restart and update the TPM during the system startup.
3. When the TPM update is finished, the system will auto reboot to take effect.

Run the TPM update utility from DOS environment, if Legacy Boot mode (Non-Windows users)
1. Copy the downloaded file to a bootable DOS USB key.
2. Power on the system, then Press F12 key and Select "USB Storage Device" and Boot to DOS prompt.
3. Run the file by typing copied file name where the executable is located.
4. DOS system will auto restart and update the TPM during the system startup.
5. When the TPM update is finished, the system will auto reboot to take effect.

Run the BIOS update utility from DOS environment if UEFI Boot Mode (Non-Windows users)
1. Copy the downloaded file to a bootable DOS USB key.
2. Power on the system, then go to BIOS Setup by pressing F2 and go to "General > Boot Sequence > Boot List Option".
3. Change "UEFI" to "Legacy" of Boot List Option.
4. Click "Apply", "Exit" to save changes and reboot system.
5. Press F12, then Select "USB Storage Device" and Boot to DOS prompt.
6. Run the file by typing copied file name where the executable is located.
7. When the TPM update is finished, the system will auto reboot to take effect.
8. Go to BIOS Setup by pressing F2 and go to "General > Boot Sequence > Boot List Option".
9. Change "Legacy" to "UEFI" Boot Option.
10. Click "Apply", "Exit" to save changes and reboot system.

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Note 1: You will need to provide a bootable DOS USB key. This executable file does not create the DOS system files.
Note 2: If BitLocker is enabled on your system, please make sure you suspend BitLocker encryption before updating TPM on a BitLocker enabled system.
Note 3: The TPM must be ON and Enabled in BIOS Setup, and the TPM must not be owned. If the TPM is owned, go to BIOS Setup and clear the TPM before proceeding. You may need to run TPM.msc to re-initial the TPM under Windows OS.
Note 4: When the TPM ownership is cleared, some operating system will automatically take ownership of the TPM on the next boot (TPM AutoProvisioning). This feature will need to be disabled in the OS to proceed with the update.
Important Information
This utility will update the system TPM 2.0 firmware to the new revision. If this utility is run on a system with a TPM 1.2 it can switch the TPM mode to TPM 2.0. Note: Switching the TPM mode may have OS implications.
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Warning: Do not turn off your computer or disconnect from your power source while updating the BIOS or you may harm your computer. During the update, your computer will restart and you will briefly see a black screen.

This driver has been tested by both the independent software vendor (ISV) and Dell on the operating systems, graphics cards, and application supported by your device to ensure maximum compatibility and performance. Details

Dell recommends applying this update during your next scheduled update cycle. The update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers and software).