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On 8/7/2018 at 12:07 PM, Klem said:

Download bios mod -> extract it -> go in Backup folder -> run command file backup.bat

Hi Klem, this is for P775DM3 bios i cannot find backup folder or backup.bat.

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1 hour ago, wersuss said:

Hi Klem, this is for P775DM3 bios i cannot find backup folder or backup.bat.

In BACKUPWIN folder,  run BACKUPWIN.exe

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1 hour ago, Klem said:

In BACKUPWIN folder,  run BACKUPWIN.exe

I cannot see BACKUPWiN folder. Only 2 folders are in RAR file one is stock bios and other is mod.

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55 minutes ago, wersuss said:

I cannot see BACKUPWiN folder. Only 2 folders are in RAR file one is stock bios and other is mod.

Just open folder with mod.

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21 hours ago, Klem said:

Just open folder with mod.

Hi. I tried , but can't see any folder with BACKUPWIN. Only these files

P775.thumb.jpg.f1cc03131d68ae6dc782bfc6e815337c.jpg

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1 hour ago, wersuss said:

Hi. I tried , but can't see any folder with BACKUPWIN. Only these files

P775.thumb.jpg.f1cc03131d68ae6dc782bfc6e815337c.jpg

 

Try download it again from this link:  

 

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Posted (edited)
7 hours ago, Klem said:

 

Try download it again from this link:  

 

Thank you very much. :) I found the folder in this file. Thanks!

Another question is it possible to flash that bios BACKUP file and how?

Edited by wersuss

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Hello,

 

Please can I have the BIOS for P670RS-GM unlocked? You'll be my hero.

 

Thanks

Ruben

P670RS-GM.jpg

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Hello, I installed from your site BIOS for P670RS-G at this link https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/files/file/108-p650rsrp-mod-and-stock/, is this a prema mod? I can not disable the logo at startup, and the old logo remains, should it be so? Should I update the EC firmware, if so, how do I do it? I will wait for an answer, thank you!

Фото обновленного БИОСА.jpg

Edited by ZamirKM

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Does anyone know where to grab the unlocked BIOS for a clevo x7200? And does anyone know of a mod to run 980ms on it? I heard it was due to a BIOS limitation which is a pain.

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Is there a bios mod for the P751DM2? If so what does it unlock?

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10 hours ago, philfy said:

Is there a bios mod for the P751DM2?

No.

 

10 hours ago, philfy said:

If so what does it unlock?

The modified BIOS unlocks the hidden additional menus and settings in the BIOS setup menu.

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