11-07-2017 09:36 AM - last edited on 01-20-2018 02:41 AM by Agotthelf
According to 1.24s changelog it fixes a linux fan issue. I am aware of an issue where the fan keeps going at full speed after resume from suspend. This problem still occurs after the 1.24 update on my machine though (Ubuntu 17.04, kernel 4.10.0-38).
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11-17-2017 02:25 AM
I am presuming you installed the BIOS after downloading it from the web, possibly the ISO version? After installing it did you select Setup Defaults and then reinstate any changes you may have made previously?
Could you also post the following information from you BIOS Main menu.
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11-24-2017 01:39 AM
Thanks for your reply. I did not reset BiOS settings to default when updating it. I don't really remember if that was even a choice? However, I did a reset (load defaults?) today.
My BiOS version info is as follows:
UEFI BIOS Version: R0IET46W (1.24)
UEFI BIOS Date (Year-Month-Date): 2017-10-23
Embedded Controller Version: R0IHT33W (1.15)
ME Firmware Version: 18.104.22.1686
Machine Type Model: 20HN0013MX
11-24-2017 11:10 AM
After resetting BiOS and everything this morning at work, the fans ran at full speed again after resuming from suspend when I got back from work. This only happens after the first suspend after being in a docking station. Suspending the laptop undocked and resuming it will fix the fan running at full speed.
12-05-2017 09:50 AM
I just experienced the fan issue again and to my surprise a reboot did not actually fix it. Only re-suspending it and resuming will sort the fan blowing at full speed.
12-25-2017 12:56 AM
12-25-2017 07:47 AM - edited 12-25-2017 07:47 AM
I have only been able to reproduce (don't really need to reproduce, it happens pretty much every time I resume my laptop when getting home from work) this issue when resuming from suspend after it being connected to a docking station. If I run the system on battery only and no docking, this does not happen. I also tried Ubuntu 17.10 and the same problem ocurred there. Have not tried 16.04 but could probably test this in January if needed.
12-25-2017 05:27 PM
12-27-2017 03:48 PM
As I am out of office for Christmas still I don't have the exact P/N and S/N for the dock I use, but it is the Ultra Dock 170W model I use. Currently only RJ45, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB (keyboard + mouse) and power being connected when resuming/suspending. Can update when I get back to the office with a picture of the label underneath it.