Even under Windows 10 and 11, users of AMD processors may encounter problems and there is still a lot to fix.
After the launch of Windows 11 last year, a strange bug rocked the mood of owners of Ryzen processors, causing poor performance of AMD CPUs under the new operating system.
the insect It was fixed relatively quicklyHowever, I recently came across a new issue that this time may be causing problems for campers that persist with Windows 10.
Reports started appearing in recent weeks about some Windows 10 and Windows 11 users crashing, and now AMD has officially acknowledged the bug.
company communication According to you, an error may occur when the Trusted Firmware Platform Module (fTMP) is enabled:
“AMD has determined that certain AMD Ryzen™ system configurations may occasionally perform longer fTPM-related memory transactions in the integrated SPI flash memory (“SPIROM”), which may cause a temporary interruption in system interaction or response until the transaction is complete.”
AMD says affected users will get their sBIOS update on the motherboard, but the files for it won’t be available until sometime in early May. In the meantime, it is recommended to switch to a hardware TPM (dTPM) chip if your motherboard supports it.
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