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Hello. I'm the doctor

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  1. So, I've been trying for a long time to get rid of the OC limit on my 950m. First I tried NVflash, no results. Then tried the steps on this thread. Problem is this: https://gyazo.com/66914baf5924c63d45a70639c3ccc05a I can't get the application to run on my laptop laptop: https://www.laptopshop.be/product/698368/hp-pavilion-gaming-15-ak120nb-azerty.html?ref=266231&label=22734-AGI-39546111721-ASI-161986568190-698368&gclid=Cj0KEQiAyuPCBRCimuayhb3qqvwBEiQAgz62kaVpOfeAf8QYFp0dJzFlNLHiAkBn_v2lZKYi9TbCoEsaAq6w8P8HAQ I'd love to atleast push my card and add +200MHz (Or higher if my laptop can manage it) instead of the +135Mhz it's at right now. May not be much of an performance boost BUT I really like pushing my stuff to its limit, I love squeezing everything out of it that I can. So any help would be appreciated.
  2. Obviously I'm trying to get over the stupid OC limit on my laptop. I tried flashing the vBIOS for the entire day with no succes. I used NVflash. This guy says I have something called 'optimus'. He also states that there's a different way to actually flash. https://gyazo.com/11a12fe3b609f35fa541b119f03f3c3c4 Any help would be appreciated, and if someone has a trustworthy modded gtx950m bios they want to share with me that'd be great. I have one but I'm not sure it's going to work with this one. My laptop :http://www.laptopshop.be/product/698368/hp-pavilion-gaming-15-ak120nb-azerty.html?ref=266231&label=22734-AGI-39546111721-ASI-161986568190-698368&gclid=Cj0KEQiAyuPCBRCimuayhb3qqvwBEiQAgz62kaVpOfeAf8QYFp0dJzFlNLHiAkBn_v2lZKYi9TbCoEsaAq6w8P8HAQ
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