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Ftpm corrupted?

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All I did was enter bios and exist didn't touch anything even exited without saving what did I lose? (Win10) 

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Did you update bios / change your CPU recently? That seems more likely than corruption.

If you have bitlocker recovery key saved / bitlocker not enabled, just click Y.

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10 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

Did you update bios / change your CPU recently? That seems more likely than corruption.

If you have bitlocker recovery key saved / bitlocker not enabled, just click Y.

Nope I wanted to update my bios but I didn't yet so thats why it's weird 

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11 minutes ago, BenOver said:

Nope I wanted to update my bios but I didn't yet so thats why it's weird 

But does it show each time you enter the bios, or only once? If it was once it was probably a glitch or something, update the bios will hopefully fix it, AMD has had fTMP problems.

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52 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

But does it show each time you enter the bios, or only once? If it was once it was probably a glitch or something, update the bios will hopefully fix it, AMD has had fTMP problems.

Each time amd has given me only problems since I got it 

 

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1 minute ago, BenOver said:

Each time amd has given me only problems since I got it 

 

If updating BIOS doesn't fix the fTPM issue, RMA or return the motherboard then.

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