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navlasop

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  1. navlasop

    Picture of a Clevo recovery menu

    Nope, not working, RMA time, but thanks for trying :-) Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  2. navlasop

    Picture of a Clevo recovery menu

    Gah. Okay held fn+b while powering on. Let go after 10 secs. Laptop reads USB and for some secs and powers down, then powers up again with blinking ac light and a strange pulsating fan noise. Assuming I hit enter now, andf do so, but been waiting 15 minutes now and nothing more is happening. Got two Roms on the USB drive, one called P375SM.ROM and one called P375SM028.rom both are copies bios version 1.05 that I got from my retailer and flashed to a week ago. Suggestions? Is the blinking ac light and fan pulsating in the sa,me tempo normal for the recovery mode? Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  3. navlasop

    Picture of a Clevo recovery menu

    Oh, and as for the shouldn't be able to brick it with stock bios, I totally agree, but I'm old school bios guy, so im just assuming it was some uefi stuff I shouldn't have touched, or it was just a freak timing that it broke just after I did this. On the other hand I've tried resetting CMOS two more times with no difference, except the LCD backlight comes on for a second the first time I turn it on after a CMOS reset Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  4. In that case I'd not get a laptop but a desktop with quad sli watercooled everything, dual CPU's and and *foams at mouth and falls over* Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
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    Glossy or matte(anti-glare)

    If you can control the light environment where you're going to use it a glossy screen to me gives it a more vibrant feel colorwise. But, if you plan to use it indoors or inside with the sun glare through the window, get a matte and never look back :-) Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
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    8970m and GOP

    Hmz, okay that torpedoed that theory since my laptop LCD went totally black (no backlight, nothing), after i fiddled with secure boot and such, but thanks for the info :-) Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  7. navlasop

    8970m and GOP

    Hi, Been looking around but can't find any info that can tell me if this card actually have GOP/uefi support or not, or if it depends on the laptop maker. Anyone else know or can link me to a source? The laptop is a Clevo p375sm. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  8. navlasop

    Faster Than Light

    Oh yeah it's great! Permadeath is kinda old school, yeah, but it keeps you on your toes. And given the replay value, not that bad. Ack, now I wish they had gotten out an android port :-) Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  9. I'd also recommend a clevo/sager machine, but it all depends on your budget and if you want to go for vhigh/ultra in games, as well as if you would be OK with a large or heavy laptop. Personally I got a Clevo p375sm with two 8970m's and loved it (until I semi bricked it heh) But I'm sorta used to desktop gaming and with mobile GPUs being so weak, not going sli/cfx would have killed me Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  10. navlasop

    Picture of a Clevo recovery menu

    Thanks! If that's all, then I just have to wait for the shops to open tomorrow so I can get a USB thingy for my nexus and root it to acess the usb stick for checking or renaming the rom file. Moving ATM so my main desktop is in storage, gah and taking my p375sm down was soo bad timing. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  11. navlasop

    Picture of a Clevo recovery menu

    Hi, New here *waves* I somehow semibricked my p375sm by enabling secureboot and fiddling with TPM options, so gonna try flashing the bios through fn+b recovery menu. But as I can't see anything, as the LCD never turns on I can't see the menu. So, anyone got a picture of the different options in the menu so I can find out what keys to press? Already tried resetting CMOS battery/cable and external monitor, and one and one ram stick. So my current theory is that when csm got disabled the 8970m's aren't uefi/secure boot compatible or something. Or it was just a freak timing accident and my mb is just borked, heh. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
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