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Module: ..\Common\Device Management.c; Function: Device Management_Connect; Line: 340 Code: 0x E0295200 Message: TPMConnect failed: 0x E0295200 I have copied all files from "...\Tools\Win PE\Bin\x64\" to the "...\Firmware\" directory. My attempts to leave a review on Amazon referencing this discussion so people could update their own TPM chips apparently can't happen because of the following: "We encourage you to revise your review and submit it again.
And used "TPMFactory -update config-file -config TPM20_latest.cfg" command in CMD (executed as administrator). A few common issues to keep in mind: Your review should focus on specific features of the product and your experience with it. Advertisements, promotional material or repeated posts that make the same point excessively are considered spam.
Unlike Asus () Supermicro has issued the latest firmware security updates for their Infineon TPM modules.
Their update packages appear to be general Infineon updates, so I figured it'd be worth a try to update my Asus module using one.
So be sure to pick the right update bundle for your TPM (? You must decrypt your drive so that the TPM is NOT in use! I ran "tpm.msc" and executed the "Clear TPM..." option in Action.Mentioned this thread in the ROG forums, and the Super Micro fix.Their motherboard guy said they were aware of this and were testing things, but he wasnt willing to give any ETA or any indication that they would have a firmware update soon.The updater detected my TPM, and flash updated to the latest firmware in the bundle. Then I rebooted back to the BIOS, turned the TPM back on, and re-enabled everything, and "tpm.msc" shows that my Asus TPM has been updated and no longer has the vulnerability.Again, if you try this your command line may need to be different (use "TPMFactory -? Attachment 70492 Note that the update bundle also includes a UEFI updater that you can run from the BIOS, but I didn't bother doing that because I didn't have time to figure it out. I have ASUS H170 PRO GAMING motherboard with Asus TPM-M R2.0 14-1 Pin TPM Module installed.