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Optiplex 3060, 5060, and 7060: System Doesn't Upgrade or Downgrade Bios Without a Monitor Connected

摘要: Information about why the BIOS (Basic Input-Output System) will not upgrade or downgrade without a monitor connected on the OptiPlex 3060, 5060, and 7060 families of Dell Desktop.

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症状


Unable to downgrade or update your BIOS without a monitor attached to your system?

 

You may find that when upgrading the BIOS on your OptiPlex 3060, 5060, and 7060 desktop, the update will only happen if you have a monitor physically connected to your system. If you don't have the monitor connected to the device, the FLASH does not start and the system reboots to it's operating system.

This also occurs if you are trying to downgrade the BIOS for any reason.


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原因

The system is expected to do this on every attempt, as long as the Legacy Option ROMs (Read Only Module(s)) are not enabled in the BIOS.

解决方案

Dell has added this functionality into BIOS update version 1.7.1 which was released July 17, 2020.
 

Using the no monitor install with BIOS 1.7.1 installed: 

This new functionality requires the use of the /novideo switch when updating the BIOS past 1.7.1:
 

  • The command can be used in either:
    • Command Line (i.e. Command Prompt or PowerShell)
    • Added while running the update file in the Windows Operating System
 
  • Command-Line Example: OptiPlex_7060_1.16.0.exe /s /r /novideo
    • OptiPlex_7060_1.16.0.exe /s /r /novideo
Note: While this functionality has been added with version 1.7.1, you will still need to attach a screen to update the system to revision 1.7.1. You will have to wait for the next BIOS update to be released before you can use this feature.

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受影响的产品

OptiPlex 3060, OptiPlex 5060, OptiPlex 7060

上次发布日期

14 1月 2022

版本

5

文章类型

Solution