Sorry for the inconvenience. I am going to pass this information to the corresponding department.
Thanks for reply.
I hope your engineering team can/will come up with a solution, so we can go back to an older bios version.
An even better solution would be a fix/workaround for the the event error ID 56.
The fan will work automatically depending on the processor temperature based on temperature sensor. Have you tried doing a bios recovery in the system using previous versions?
Yes, I have tried a bios recovery with a previous version.
The cpu fan will slowly start running at 100% no matter what the cpu temperture is.
This is the problem, I want to go back because of the Event error ID 56.
The cpu fan speed runs normal with the 0594 bios.
The cpu fan issue only occurs when going back from the latest bios 0594 to an older version.
I have discovered another bug with your latest BIOS 0594.
Your USB 3.0 firmware tool W200FW36.exe will BSOD windows.
Open your Command Prompt and Try
W200FW36.exe /Srom ?
If I go back to BIOS 0537, W200FW36.exe works fine with no BSOD.
The problem is, I cannot go back from BIOS 0594 to 0537 for permanent use, since the CPU fan speed will run 100% on older bios versions after you have updated to the latest one (0594)
I also want to see the fix/workaround back for the Event error ID 56 that was added to the BIOS 0537.
Thanks for the feedback on this matter. I will pass the information to the corresponding department for future considerations.