I’m sorry to hear that you are experiencing this after the installation of the latest BIOS. To be honest with you Charlie, this is the first time we hear about this behavior.
This could be an issue related to the power switch. My recommendation will be to try to reinstall the same BIOS using the recovery method.
If that does not fix the issue, you can try with the previous version 0047.
You can also do a clear CMOS following this procedure:
Finally, if any of that resolves this behavior, please get in contact with our warranty Team in order to replace your product.
So after a few days i noticed it only does it if its been "powerless" a while ( example over night), if i for example turn it off and remove power and plug it in right after i been using t for a while, it wont start up automaticly.. Im gonna update the bios this weekend, also tried other powersockets and same issue.
Perfect CharlieB, please let us know the results.
I downgraded the bios firmware from 0048 to the 0047 version, and the problem disappeared. So it´s gotta be a bios bug?
CharlieB, thank you so much for letting us know. I am going to report this behavior to the Engineers.