Jump to:, Crisis Recovery is the process of updating a 'bad' version of the BIOS with a 'good' version of the BIOSbased on the detection of some illegal state, such as: • The system is not bootable • The normal BIOS image has become corrupted • The configuration settings are invalid. • The user has forced a recovery condition (using a jumper). This article describes the recovery architecture in SecureCore-Tiano and the basic execution flow.
See Also: In systems that support crisis recovery, the BIOS flash image is usually divided into two areas: boot block and normal. The boot block code is usually stored in some hardware-protected region of the flash device and contains the CPU's reset vector so that execution begins in this section when the system is reset. The crisis recovery Boot Mode requires that all code accesses must remain within the boot block area, while other Boot Modes allow accesses to the normal area. Detecting That Crisis Recovery Is Needed The PEI Dispatcher starts dispatching PEI Drivers in the normal manner. During this process, different can register their preferred. These are prioritized and, after all have registered, the is finalized. See for more information.
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Sprinter European Delivery Program. The PEI phase cannot complete until the Boot Mode is finalized. Crisis recovery is started if the Boot Mode is finalized. Hp Pre Installed Programs Not Showing. This might be happen if: • The normal area of the BIOS image has been corrupted. • A user action has been detected, such as a jumper setting detected through a input • A power failure occurs while the normal portion of the flash part is in the process of being updated and does not finish.
• There is an error initializing some critical hardware. When is finalized, the is installed. This PPI can be included in the file of PEI Drivers that only execute during crisis recovery. Other drivers that behave differently depending on the Boot Mode by waiting for the to be installed. If the Boot Mode is, PEI Drivers might: • Perform normally or no behavior change. This behavior is typical of support modules. • Perform no action.
This behavior is typical for non-critical hardware. Examples are nonrecovery modules. • Perform minimal configuration. This behavior is typical of critical hardware, such as memory initialization. • Enable functionality.
This behavior is typical of modules that are required only for recovery. Loading The Crisis Recovery Image The PEI Dispatcher invokes the DXE Initial Program Load (IPL) PEI Driver, regardless of the Boot Mode. The DXE IPL PEI Driver detects that a crisis recovery is in process using and invokes the.