Wyse 3020 (T10D) BIOS

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  • #105011
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    Hello,

    Thank a lot for your website and ConfGen πŸ˜‰

    I get 2 Wyse 3020 (T10D), I upgraded with the last ThinOS, but there are a different BIOS version, I don’t find to download the last BIOS filename “T10D_bios”

    Wyse nΒ°1 :

    Platform Name : 3020
    Build Name : T10D_wnos
    BIOS Name : T10D_bios
    OS : ThinOS
    Sytem version : 8.6_412
    BIOS : 7.1_212

     

    Wyse nΒ°2 :

    Platform Name : 3020
    Build Name : T10D_wnos
    BIOS Name : T10D_bios
    OS : ThinOS
    Sytem version : 8.6_412
    BIOS : 7.1_214

    I want to upgrade BIOS for Wyse nΒ°1 like Wyse nΒ°2 (7.1_212 -> 7.1_214). Where can I find this please (not on support Dell website).

    Regards,

    Alain

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    ThinOS v8.6_412 is only raw image. It does not cover BootLoader (3020 does not have Bios). Probably you upgraded your 7.1_212 deviceΒ  from much earlier firmware. Not step by step. It can be a possible.

    Please download v8.6_013 from dell.com/support. It is Merlin image. It should have latest BootLoader. Downgrade your client, then check its bootloader version. Then upgrade it to v8.6_412 again. The upgrading will be keeping latest BootLoader with latest image.

    Please let me know result.

    #105073
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    Hello,

    Thank you for your help.

    I have been downgrade to this version ThinOS : 8.6_013 (filename from Dell : OS_Merlin_v8.6_B013_3020_T10D_ENG.zip)
    this archive contains :

    bootLoader.img
    cmos.img
    commandsXml.xml
    par1.img

    The BIOS upgrade don’t work.

    Is it possible to upgrade the file by FTP ? Or must have use USB key ?

    Regards

    #105074
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    What is the reason why you want to upgrade the BIOS (beside the fact that you WANT IT)?
    Typically, there isn’t a reason to do that very often. And especially with these old T10D models, I would not touch that.

    CG

    #105080
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    No specially reason πŸ˜‰ Wyse are not in production, only for lab home (learn and play).

    Maybe with USBFT (https://downloads.dell.com/wyse/USBFT/3.3.0/) it’s possible to extract bootloader from my other T10D ?!

    I am an IT guy and like test.

    Update : USBFT isn’t compatible with 3020 : https://downloads.dell.com/wyse/USBFT/3.3.0/Dell_Wyse_USB_Imaging_Tool_v3.3.0_User’s_Guide_V2.pdf

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    Correct, all ARM-based units like T10 or T10D are not able to boot from USB.

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    #105130
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    Hello,

    I don’t find how to upgrade this file :

    bootLoader.img
    cmos.img
    commandsXml.xml
    par1.img

    This page https://www.dell.com/support/manuals/en-us/wyse-3020/thinos_8.6.x_rn/bios-information?guid=guid-a93d1897-5394-4a00-938c-089e9412f348&lang=en-us mentionned “wloader 7.1_216”

    I continue to search/learn how it’s works πŸ˜‰

    Regards

    #105178
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    The files you have listed above are the “Merlin”-Files that are used for USB imaging. Forget those.

    CG

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