Not sure, installed it 10 days ago, but it seems that bios version 0035 solved my HDMI handshake problem, have a Intel® Compute Stick STK1AW32SC stick, 32 bits W10.
The release note is not very clear "Added workaround when black screen is occurs".
Had hundreds of frustrated power on issues with no HDMI output from the stick, in all modes I can set my TV monitor on (HDMI, PC, DVD, Cable Tuner etc.)
Now I finally can set my TV Monitor on PC Mode, means going into sleep/ standby when shutdown Windows 10, instead of HDMI mode (no auto sleep etc).
When I push now the power button on the stick my TV Monitor goes on automatically.
But this is indeed a workaround, very glad with it, but what I notice is this.
It seems that this "Workaround" detect during boot if there is a output signal/ connection or HDMI handshake, if not it's like it restarts or waits till it's there.
I notice this because I saw two different "on screen" messages in the case I adjusted my monitor or HDMI mode (no auto sleep etc) when I shut down the stick that probably causes the HDMI failure in the older bios.
Sometimes I saw the message on my monitor no input (means on my monitor, no output from device to monitor but cable is connected) when I shutdown Windows 10, in this case stick in most of the time starts okay later.
But sometimes it also shutdown and my monitor shows no signal, the same message when I don't put a HDMI cable at all on my monitor.
This two states of the Intel stick still occure, what I notice is that the boot of the stick sometimes takes around 5 seconds more before my monitor switches on by a HDMI input, after that the stick starts normal with the Intel bios start screen. So the blue led of the stick was already on for at least 5 seconds and sometimes it just start directly, switches immediatly my monitor on and bios boot screen is there.
Of course I can work with this "workaround", so many thanks for this.
Is there a better release note with more details about this "Added workaround when black screen is occurs" in bios 0035.
See that there is also a new display driver but haven't installed it yet, too afraid I will return back in HDMI problems, there must be a relation between bios and display driver what causing this problem on my TV monitor and maybe others I believe.
Have to mention that my monitor has HDMI 1.3, but 1.4b from the stick should be downwards compatible, and support please don't mention that the stick is only tested and garuanteed on a few monitors and tv's like in your list.
Any cheap tv box or whatever equipement works on all my TV's or monitors, never had any issue in the past before like I have with this Intel Stick.