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Dell PowerEdge C6105 system BIOS

PowerEdge C6105 System BIOS

Fixes & Enhancements

1. Upgrade reference code to Agesa 8.00.16_CPU-OrochiPI_1.5.0.0-1, CIMX modules to 6.7.0 and 1.0.1.B.

Version

Version 2.1.7, 2.1.7

Release date

23 Jan 2013

Last Updated

23 Jan 2013

Importance

Recommended

Available formats

File Format:Plain-Text
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SHA1:
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SHA-256:
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File Format:Update Package for Red Hat Linux
File Name:BIOS_35YY0_LN32_2.1.7.BIN
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File Size: 3MB
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SHA-256:
57f4a74b919e05bd69f731c44259aae0f6e4f882fcd705bdd689124768c90050

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Compatible Systems

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

Applies to

Dell PowerEdge C6105 BIOS
NA

Installation instructions

DOS package install instructions:
NOTE: You must provide a DOS bootable media, such as a USB key. This executable file does not create the DOS system files.

1. Browse to the location where you exact the PEC6105BIOS020106.exe.
2. Update the name of the file to DOS recognizable format (8.3). If you do not update the filename to 8.3 format, the filename will be truncated to 8.3 format.
3. Copy the file to the bootable device.
4. Boot the system to DOS by using the bootable device.
5. Run the 6105v216.EXE under DOS.
6. Waiting the update process completion automatically.

Windows package install instructions:
1. Browse to the location where you downloaded C6105_BIOS_DV4P8_WN32_2.1.6_A00.EXE file and double-click to launch update.
2. Click Install icon to continue.
3. Waiting the update process completion automatically.

Linux package install instructions:
1. Browse to the location where you downloaded C6105_BIOS_DV4P8_LN32_2.1.6_A00.BIN file and run the file in command line.
2. Waitingthe BIOS image loading finish and system backs to command line.
3. Run the reboot=k to proceed the BIOS update.
4. Waiting the update process completion automatically.

Important Information

1.The 4200 series processor can be working with BIOS v2.x.x only. So customer needs to flash BIOS to 2.x.x before replaces CPU to 4200-series processors.
2.The SETUP settings will be reset to default while system upgrades from BIOS v1.x.x. to v2.x.x. It is recommended that the customer record the current BIOS settings before flashing, and then set back BIOS setting by manual after BIOS flashed.
3. It is allowed to upgrade BIOS by DOS package only while system runs with BIOS 2.1.2 and 2.1.4.

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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).