AMD is working on a biosupdate with uefi support for Radeon VII




AMD is working on a ‘one-click biosupdate’ for the Radeon VII video card. This currently has no support for uefi, which prevents Windows Secure Boot from working and starting can take longer.

TechPowerup discovered the lack of uefi support and was subsequently told by AMD that a solution is coming. ASRock has already released a biosupdate with uefi-support for its Radeon VII card on February 1st.

Since all Radeon VII cards that have been released so far adhere to the reference design, the ASRock bios must be able to be manually flashed on other cards. The upcoming AMD update promises to be universal and easier to implement, ‘with a single click’, according to the manufacturer.

Due to the lack of uefi support, the motherboard must switch on its compatibility support module when booting. This ensures that starting can take a bit longer, but Secure Boot does not work either. That is a protection, through digital signing, against threats like firmware shoots.

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