I bricked my Chiwi HI 10 Air and need the bios. My serial # is (Q64G19040406).
Thank you so much. And how to reset the BIOS after unsuccessfully exposed settings? at first, after switching on, the red LED blinked, now it does not light up and the power indicator on the keyboard blinks 1 time, I looked at other topics, but the advice did not help.(моё познание разговорного английского, крайне скверное)
You will need these tools:
and the flashing tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K8Xif-6GUw
If the BIOS isn’t getting detected by the CH341A programmer, you will need to remove the IC from the motherboard and solder it onto the circuit board that is bundled with the programmer.
THE CIRCUIT BOARD (AFTER ATTACHING THE BIOS IC) HAS TO BE INSERTED INTO THE 1.8V ADAPTER AND NOT DIRECTLY INTO THE CH341A PROGRAMMER
Чтобы сбросить Биос нужно зажать кнопку включения на 30 секунд, затем отпустить ее и быстро нажать 3 раза, после этого нужно подключить зарядку и попытаться включить планшет.
Hello, my Chuwi Hi10 Air Q64G19110933 is stuck in booting logo, i can acces bios and boot menu but i cant change much. it wont boot to windows. can i flash bios? will i lose data from it? what bios should i use? thank you.
i tried flashing bios ver .1910 with a 4 gb stick and nothing happens- what u suggest?
it is better not to start from bios flashing with this kind of problem. Try disabling fTPM first. Advanced-> Platform Trust Technology-> fTPM. If it does not help, then try reinstalling the system.
You can also disable fastboot and quiet boot to see what happens during initialization.
wow finaly something mooving, disabled the fTPM and now it seems to be loading i`ll wait and see what next. thanx
it booted to windows… what else do u suggest tweaking to make it up to date? many thanks u are the best!!!
Itis better to leave everything as it is. Windows updates may install inappropriate drivers causing wifi to slow down, and if you are worried about fTPM, then this problem remains unresolved.
This problem may be in the bios or in the processor / memory. If the problem is in bios, then flashing using the spi programmer should help. If the problem is in the processor / memory, then the faulty component can only be identified by replacing it.