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  1. Help needed! Hi everyone first all.... I've Dell M17xr4 since 2012: I7 3840QM Intel IVY Bridge Nvidia GTX 675M 8GB RAM PSU 330W In 2015 I lost my screen display during a simple NVIDIA Driver upgrade and then using an IN/FAMOUS Nvidia tool (8 Beeps of death). After one year I succeeded to build a cable and with an USB programmer I repaired my EDID LGD02DA Display; now everything is ok. My laptop had installed windows 7 64bit Ultimate (I think it's not fully UEFI COMPLIANT OS). Two days ago I've installed a second Internal HDD and tried Windows 10 Pro install in full UEFI. I've flashed VBIOS for my GTX Dell 675m - 70.24.4E.00.10.zip (UEFI SUPPORT) Installed Windows 10 with these Bios Settings Load Legacy OPROM = Disabled Secure Boot = Disabled Fast Boot = Disabled With Windows 10 Pro 64bit everything works perfectly I can use Internal and external HDMI Display (27" DELL) without issue I can switch from internal to external, extend display, turn Off second display (external HDMI) and keep internal display ON or I can turn OFF internal and use as primary display my external HDMI monitor. Now I cannot do same things with Windows 7 64bit. I.E. If I try to disable internal display and I use my second monitor as first display it works but I cannot revert.... there's no way to turn ON internal display and turn off external. This happens even if I use Intel 4000 and GTX 675M togheter or Discrete only GPU GTX 675m (While in Windows 10 I can Do everything) There's only a way to do this set BIOS: Load Legacy OPROM = Enabled (I've tried also a new fresh Windows 7 64bit Ultimate install with full UEFI) But I've same video issue. Now I'm on latest A15 firmware and I've done step by step from a05 till latest always only STOCK Bios. A modded A15 Bios can Help? Anyway it's better stay on a latest modded Bios with a system configuration likes mine? (I don't do anykind of overclock now I use my m17xr4 only as Sampler for musical Keyboard with an external AUDIO CARD. Can I flash directly A015 modded Bios or I need to revert to official A05 then upgrade to latest modded? P.S. Sorry for long POST and thank you in advance Klem and everyone that can help me to understand what's happening and why. I think vbios is ok and EDID internal display is ok. (ALSO HDMI IN it's working perfectly)
  2. I always use testdisk TestDisk can run under DOS (either real or in a Windows 9x DOS-box), Windows (NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7 (x86 & x64), Windows 10 Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, SunOS and MacOS X http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk it's a wonderful free software can do magic! Best Regards Tony
  3. As title says someone knows a good tool to detect repair and remap bad blocks on any kind of storages?
  4. Please which is best stock bios to use with m17xr4 and gtx 675m with windows 7 64 bit installed on gpt hardisk? I do not need to overclock. I was on a05 and after repaired from edid brick I've flashed all bios from a05 to a11. Need to stay with it or it's better goes for a12 and a13?
  5. Hi everyone !!!! I've just revived my m17xr4 after an year with bricked panel due to a bad driver and and a known software to check Temps. Now I'm on windows 7 64bit and bios a11 installed on gpt. I need a gtx 675 vbios with uefi modules?
  6. Hi to all and I'm proud to be a newbie.lol! I would like to introduce myself. I'm Tony and the reason why I am joining this forum, is because, I am enjoying reading others thoughts and opinions and I also love to share what I want to share (does it make sense? Since, this is my first post, I am glad that anyone could help me or give me some advice on how to have a good post in forums. Thanks
  7. Skyrim Far Cry 3 but you could also try Enemy Front, Arma III if you want simulation and why not Thief Bye
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