7.6 BIOS description
Check regularly if updates are available for download to your device.
You can find additional information on the Internet at the following address: .
Noting down and restoring BIOS Setup settings
Irretrievable loss of data
All BIOS Setup settings are deleted after the BIOS update. This can put the system in an
undefined state. This may damage the device and the plant.
1. Print out the table in the next section "General BIOS Setup settings".
2. Enter your specific BIOS Setup setting in this table before you run a BIOS update.
3. Start BIOS Setup after the BIOS update.
4. Load the BIOS Setup default settings with <F9> "Setup Defaults". Or use the
5. Make your own Setup settings based on the table you have printed out.
6. Save the BIOS Setup settings with <F10> "Save and Exit".
Performing a BIOS update
Damage to the device
If you switch off the device during the update, the BIOS will be incomplete and corrupt. This
may result in malfunctions.
Leave the device switched on during the update.
If you have purchased a new BIOS update for your device, follow these steps to install the
1. Connect the device to the power supply.
2. Copy the update to a USB memory stick.
3. Reset the device (warm or cold restart).
The following message appears briefly on the display at the end of the self-test:
Press ESC for boot options
4. Press <ESC> to open the BIOS selection menu.
5. Click the "BIOS Update" button.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen.
There may be several reboots after a BIOS update. These reboots are initiated by the
Management Engine (ME). The reboots are required by the ME to adapt itself to the changes
of the BIOS update.
BIOS Setup command "Load Optimal Defaults" in the "Exit" menu.
Operating Instructions, 11/2016, A5E35782395-AB