If you can RMA, you should do it. When I interact with support, when I rewrite the BIOS, Windows 10 authentication may not pass, what should I do? I was asked. For me, I didn’t care about authentication and was offered my own BIOS. Therefore, I don’t think it’s good to provide it to other people easily. I’m also contacting support and some people are in trouble, can I provide it? I am contacting you. I think it feels like a contradiction. CHUWI has a strong partnership with Microsoft. That’s why authenticating with my BIOS can be a violation.
I don’t think this is good for you and me. Therefore, getting the BIOS provided by CHUWI support is the best solution, and I think RMA is also the solution. If my BIOS is okay, I can provide it, but it’s not possible right now. As for the BIOS upload, I only know where I was taught by CHUWI supporters. Rewriting is very simple, but if you don’t see the screen, you won’t know how far you’re going. When the rewriting is completed, the power will be turned off automatically. So, I can figure it out, but if it fails, RMA may not be applicable, so I think it is necessary to contact CHUWI support. I’d like to ask one question, isn’t it possible to enter the BIOS settings even if I press the power button and immediately press the esc key repeatedly?
2020年10月29日(木) 14:28 Sanjay Khandagale via CHUWI | Official Forum <email@example.com>: