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CorsaCorta

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  1. RE#2 I hope it will help you if you have the same issue. [sOLVED] - Backflash BIOS to 2.02 - Flash to 2.04 - Flash 2nd VGA to the same like 1st - Full Clear Nvidia drivers - Clean install all drivers - Problem solved, 2nd VGA ready to OC, 1st still stucked on factory parameters but SLi working finally.
  2. Re# REalized that Texture and version problems are 2 different things. Lets skip the texture thingy for a future task. After flashing vbios, my 1st VGA EEPROM is out of reach. GPU-Z see normally both cards, but the 1st's EEPROM cant be readed modified, nor nvflash --protectoff command doesnt work. Actualy i cant do nothing with it. Right now im trying to fLASH my BIOS, but already using 2.04 unmodded... Somewhere i read something about flashing bios also change the 1st GPU's firmware. If it's not working i'm all out of ideas.... Advice? Thanks
  3. HEy Everyone! It's glad to be here. I'm a Lenovo Y500 with 650m SLI. It would be nice to say this rig is fun to own but unfortunately not. Sooo many issues with sli config, disabled functions and retard bios. I would like to improve my feelings with the help of the techinferno community. Wish you all the best things and high OC numbers! Greetings from Montenegro
  4. I'm sorry to posting here but i also have a strange problem, but can't open a new thread. Please move this comment to the proper place! THANKS Hello! I've bought a budget Lenovo Y500 (i7 3630qm, gt 650m sli, 16gb) 2nd hand for mobile gaming. I'm pretty satisfied with it but have strange low texture "bugs" in special games like TW: Rome 2, Fallout 4, etc... Tried to change like driver version, tricking with nvidia inspector, ingame settings etc...Installed GPU-Z to realize that the 2 VGA-s running on 2 different vBios versions: - 1st card: 80.07.27.00.33 -2nd 80.07.27.00.3A Bit of surfing found official Lenovo vBios update. Which i installed without issues. Restart, than the 1st one changing to 80.07.27.00.3a but no sli. After few minutes this 3a version "changing" back to the original (.33). Actualy i dont care the numbers but i would like to use my rigs full "potential" with decent textures... Strange, i have no idea. Also wondered unlocking bios to solve the previous problem but i dont have permission to download from techinferno forum (lack of comments/posts). Could you help/advise/explain about low qual. texture problem, possible solution for vBios changing please? Thanks in advance, ps: feel free to ask for explain/screenshots/extra infos. sorry for bad the english
  5. Hello! I've bought a budget Lenovo Y500 (i7 3630qm, gt 650m sli, 16gb) 2nd hand for mobile gaming. I'm pretty satisfied with it but have strange low texture "bugs" in special games like TW: Rome 2, Fallout 4, etc... Tried to change like driver version, tricking with nvidia inspector, ingame settings etc...Installed GPU-Z to realize that the 2 VGA-s running on 2 different vBios versions: - 1st card: 80.07.27.00.33 -2nd 80.07.27.00.3A Bit of surfing found official Lenovo vBios update. Which i installed without issues. Restart, than the 1st one changing to 80.07.27.00.3a but no sli. After few minutes this 3a version "changing" back to the original (.33). Actualy i dont care the numbers but i would like to use my rigs full "potential" with decent textures... Strange, i have no idea. Also wondered unlocking bios to solve the previous problem but i dont have permission to download from techinferno forum (lack of comments/posts). Could you help/advise/explain about low qual. texture problem, possible solution for vBios changing please? Thanks in advance, ps: feel free to ask for explain because of my english sorry
  6. Hi! I'm a typical gamer with a Y500 Lenovo. Looking for solutions for my bios, which i found here on tech inferno. I would like to download modded bios, so i'm posting 5 posts. Thanks
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