Updating the BIOS T540p to 2.21-> starting problems

I've updated my BIOS til 2.21 on my T540p.

After the witch upgrade was OK, I have problems starting.

1 of 4 of the boot are not placed alongside og ok all connected HARD disk

In the dock or external HDD (USB) connected then startup fails 100%

When startup fails and stops with the Lenovo logo

Help!

Best regards Henrik

Lenovo released 2.22 BIOS for the ThinkPad T540p. It includes several fixes for unexpected start-up problems.

<2.22>

UEFI: 2.22 / ECP: 1.13

-(New) updated the CPU microcode.

-(Fix) fixed an issue where BIOS update may fail after the illegal stop.

-(Fix) fixed an issue where Computrace feature may not work.

-(Fix) fixed a problem where the SRSETUP might not work with password.

-(Fix) fixed an issue where supply USB key can be activated when AMT is disabled by the installation program.

-(Fix) fixed a problem where the password prompt may appear when network boot.

-(Fix) fixed an issue where plug USB keyboard may cause hang up with the CONFIGURATION of the BIOS menu entry.

It can be downloaded here: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/Laptops-and-netbooks/ThinkPad-T-Series-laptops/ThinkPad-T54...

Thank you

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