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Optional Internal Usb Memory Key; Replacing Optional Internal Usb Memory Key; Trusted Platform Module; Replacing The Trusted Platform Module - Dell EMC PowerEdge T640 Installation And Service Manual

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Optional internal USB memory key

An optional USB memory key installed inside your system can be used as a boot device, security key, or mass storage device. To boot from
the USB memory key, configure the USB memory key with a boot image and then specify the USB memory key in the boot sequence in
System Setup.
An optional USB memory key can be installed in the internal USB 3.0 port.
NOTE:
To locate the internal USB port on the system board, see the System board jumpers and connectors section.

Replacing optional internal USB memory key

Prerequisites
CAUTION:
To avoid interference with other components in the server, the maximum permissible dimensions of the USB memory
key are 15.9 mm wide x 57.15 mm long x 7.9 mm high.
1
Follow the safety guidelines listed in
2
Follow the procedure listed in
Steps
1
Locate the USB port or USB memory key on the system board.
To locate the USB port, see the Internal USB memory key (optional) section.
2
If installed, remove the USB memory key from the USB port.
3
Insert the replacement USB memory key into the USB port.
Next steps
1
Follow the procedure listed in
2
While booting, press F2 to enter System Setup and verify that the system detects the USB memory key.

Trusted Platform Module

Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a dedicated microprocessor designed to secure hardware by integrating cryptographic keys into devices.
Software can use a TPM to authenticate hardware devices. Because each TPM chip has a unique and secret RSA key which is embedded
during the manufacture of the TPM, it is capable of performing platform authentication operation.

Replacing the Trusted Platform Module

Prerequisites
1
Follow the safety guidelines listed in
2
Follow the procedure listed in
NOTE:
Ensure that your operating system supports the version of the TPM module being installed.
Ensure that you download and install the latest BIOS firmware on your system.
Ensure that the BIOS is configured to enable UEFI boot mode.
Steps
1
Locate the TPM connector on the system board.
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Installing and removing system components
Safety
instructions.
Before working inside your
After working inside your
system.
Safety
instructions.
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