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Intel to remove all BIOS updates on November 22nd, 2019 from their website

Intel to remove all BIOS updates on November 22nd, 2019 from their website

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  1. I archived a support page listing the Intel boards to archive.org, the “drivers and downloads” page, and the “Download” articles for the bios files. By clicking on the board, wait for the redirects to complete, then on the “Drivers and Downloads” section click on “View all” and then finally click on the “BIOS Update [name]” entry you can see not only what the newest BIOS version number is, but the filename and a guide to installing it. This might be useful for someone later.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20191119072437/https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000016241/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards.html

    Note: if the “View all” button is not visible click on approximately November 2019 on the capture date, even if it doesn’t show a capture for that time.

  2. Wait, I’m confused. Does Intel make motherboards now?

  3. Wow they just created so much more reason to go with AMD now.

    Fuck intel.

  4. Is this related to the new zombie attack that every CPU is affected by? Even newest gen.

  5. Ok, so if you need a file from the tarball you download the whole file?

  6. so, the question is, who’s jumping on hoarding them?

  7. Well that sucks, normally I have back ups of as many drivers for hardware I own, but normally I buy used hardware. Will have to make a note not to buy Intel hardware unless someone makes a good online backup

  8. What is the reason behind this? Why not just keep them on a part of the site labeled “legacy”? Fuck planned obsolescence.

  9. I can’t believe this. All these years I’ve been recommending Intel products because of their long term support.
    I know these boards are legacy, but does it really cost them that much to host the files for occasional downloaders?

    One would have thought they’d tread carefully after so many recent PR hits, but I guess not.

  10. Hopefully our friends over at /r/DataHoarder can help.

    Edit: Whoops, this is /r/DataHoarder

  11. Good old Intel. Removing technical documents first, and now software.

    Fuck you Intel.

  12. How would one scrape these? I’d be interested in at least grabbing a copy and distributing to other hoarders.

  13. These are small files, shouldn’t be a massive lift for someone to scrape them

  14. Does this affect 3rd party manufactures like Asus, gigabyte, msi, etc, where most people buy their boards from?

  15. Where am I going to get support for my Dual Celeron 300A’s now?!?

  16. This is pretty consumer unfriendly behaviour. It can’t possibly be that costly in server costs to keep this online.

  17. Note that this is just BIOS, which affects only older machines. Modern boards are UEFI.