I have a P6687 (I think it's almost the same computer as it uses the same BIOS). I use Linux and I needed to update to v2.09 to install a "recent" version of Ubuntu. I didn't know about the CSM problem, and some months later I enabled that option. The computer also died, so I had to send it to the seller so it can be fixed. It arrived back with a new motherboard with a v2.03 BIOS. I tried flashing the v2.07 (latest version available in the website), but with that version it doesn't boot up Linux. I have a local copy of v2.09, so I flashed this version to use the Linux version, but I'm worried about the CSM problem, maybe a forgot this in he future and a get a nice paperweight. The most surprising thing is that I bought the P6687 without operating system, so the most probable use it's to install Linux in it. I'm very disappointing about the support of Medion and I think I'm not going to buy again another Medion computer. PS. I anyone need the V2.09 BIOS, I can send it to you. PS2. You need to install Windows to flash the BIOS to use Linux!
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yep, die heb ik toegestuurd gekregen, het is volgens mij een speciale recovery bios die terug een versie achteruit gaat. Dat je van 2.09 zomaar terug naar 2.07 kunt gaan met die update die nu publiek beschikbaar is zou me sterk lijken.
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