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Help HP HDX 18t 1200-CTO w/ Nvidia GT130M and Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000

the issue is i have two identical comps like that i work on one my brothers and the other my mothers... my moms keeps temps in check and even undervolted q9000 to 1.05v from 1.25~ did the same on my brothers... the prob is these comps have one fan and one copper pipe going over the cpu and gpu causing havok when cpu or gpu heats up. Now my moms handles good it was previously mine and i kept it clean... 3 years oldish on stock paste. My brothers constant overheat probs i even repasted his on gpu and cpu.... so i need help as i have no experience on nvidia vbios flashing and editing downloaded nhibitor and nvflash and went to backup file in windows and it wont recognize eeprom as it says. help i can create a bootable usb drive have one from flashing ATi cards.... onece i have bios backup i can reflash with a little less volts hopefully running much cooler. Any links on directions on backing up bios and flashing outside of windows on nvidia hardware... i dont think its MXM is that a prob? my moms i'm even able to run a small overclock of 680-550-1700... core,mem,shader... stock is 600-500-1500 and dont get high temps even on Skyrim yes couldn't belive with graphics lowered enough this plays decent on here.

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