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At this point I just want to know if there's anything else I should be doing to make absolutely sure all is now correct with this system.
lang=en I didn't find it anywhere in Settings (maybe I didn't look in the right place? The BIOS version showed as A12, dated 2/5/2018, which is the most recent issue and the one that contains the mitigation for the "Spectre" vulnerability.
That feature does not, however, seem to conflict with conventional third party AV software.
I found in Windows/system32/drivers; it bears today's date.
If you don't live close to an Apple Store, give 1-800-MY-APPLE a call instead.This went ahead in what seemed a normal way until it got to "Flashing ME now, please wait..." That proceeded fairly quickly to 99% - and it has been stuck there now for at least an hour and a half. Have to do a bit of cleanup and backup there, although that laptop holds very few data files not also present on the desktop. Am I safe in assuming that if msinfo32 tells me the BIOS is version A12, that means the update did go to completion and nothing more need be done?The mode on my Dell laptop (same age as the desktop, and nearly identical software outfit) is UEFI.Question arising, did the BIOS upgrade change the BIOS mode on the desktop, and if so, why?