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    Hi! You need to read your bios chip using hardware SPI programmer (read the first page of this thread) . Your bios dump not correct. File bios dump from Lenovo ThinkPad L440 must have size 8 193 KB. You need to read your bios dump from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical. If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version. All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link: https://files.fm/u/vchnhg37k I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1
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    Hello, You will also need the eDP cable that goes with the 120Hz panel as the cable that is for the 60hz panel is different. It would be easier to find a complete assembly that includes the panel and cable. Removing the front plexiglass panel to access the panel is also incredibly difficult and you will probably crack it while trying to remove it. It is glued to the frame that holds the panel. Here is the part number you will need https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20087 Cable only https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=14231
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    From my own experience, I will say that you will not feel the difference with office use.
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    Hi! You can find all answers on your questions in this threads: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/m17xr4-upgrade-680m-to-1060.808327/#post-10589361
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    Unlocked vbios removes Nvidia overclocking limit +135 MHz. But this has nothing to do with voltage. No, unlocked bios can't help in your case.
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    Hi! Run CPU-Z utility, make a screenshot of the third tab (Mainboard), and post here.
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    I've been using Sager since 2011. I have "my old laptop", the 2011. "My new laptop", a 2015. I got when the graphics card acted up. Baking the card did get it back into operation. It did eventually die again and I just recently replaced it with a new card. The main thing I learned there is do your research and find out what cards will work with your laptop. There may also need to be a particular vBIOS on the card to work properly. The 2015 is still going strong. I also have a work Sager, also 2015 I think. This is the lightest one, the others definitely fall into the "desktop replacement" category. Since I don't really move them much I started shifting back to tower computers for the easier upgrade path. I don't need to lock myself into a laptop, so I never needed to go that path, but Sager's are a solid platform. Always load the HotKey software driver. Plugging in a headphone might act strange if you don't. On the new one Linux uses the SPDIF audio jack for headphones, Windows uses the regular headphone jack. These are the tidbits I've learned over time. All brands have their little gotchas.
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    Hi! Try to install drivers with already modified inf files from this link: https://premamod.wordpress.com/2017/08/15/j95-nvidia-inf/
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    Hi everyone! I just have a few questions regarding upgrading my M17x R3(Optimus with Optimus disabled). I'm running a GTX 580M at the moment but am starting to notice its limitations as new games come out and am wanting to upgrade. I noticed that the 780M does indeed work and am considering getting that GPU but I was wondering if there was any way possible to get the 980M running? I should also add that I'm planning on upgrading the CPU from a 2630 to a 2960XM but have no idea where to order the CPU. If there's no possible way to get the 980M working then I'll settle for a 780M. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction on how to do the top two things? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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