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my battery dont want to charge so how i can flash the new bios by usb

 

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Not sure if you still need to know, or if you saw this elsewhere. However, what I did is this:

 

1. Unzip the file (if it is zip/zipped EXE - not sure, basing off the stock download until I get my account unlocked)

2. Run command prompt (as admin)

3. Enter this command: (<your path here>\InsydeFlashx64.exe /forceit) - exe file may vary though

4. This should be able to flash even if you have battery issues.

 

Hope this helps!

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This unlocked A12 BIOS helped me install my 880M GPU upgrade in my R3 YAY!!! Just wanted to ask would it allow me to drop a 2920XM into it and work without issues?

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Good night guys, I am very happy to find a forum where I find solution for some problems in my Alienware m17x r3 3d, congratulations to the collaborators of this forum, please I need information, about 3 years ago my gtx560m card burned and I switched to a gtx680m, asta working perfectly with the original a12 bios, but I'm looking to change to a newer option for my m17x r3, and I need to know how I can download the Alienware_M17x_R3_BIOS_A12_ [unlocked] _ & _ 'SATA_fix' 1.0.0 already Thank you for your attention.

 

Forgive me if the words are not correct, I'm using google translator.

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8 hours ago, Klem said:

 

Good morning, thank you for the attention, I read the rules during the registration in the forum, I will wait until I have merit, Strong hug to all.

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