Voila depuis que j'ai fait un formatage du SSD pour l'avoir de nouveau propre je remet tout dans l'ordre mais maintenant j'ai un souci. Quand je me met a jouer (World of tank, Civilization 6 ou Monopoly plus) quand je vais sur la parti mon SSD monte à 100% d'utilisation (sans savoir pourquoi puisque l'utilisation de la bande n'est que de 0.1Mo/s (j'avais mis Gestionnaire des tâches en parallèle) tout ce met a freeze et ensuite le fameux écran bleu du crash Windows (erreur KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR) éléments ayant échoué : win32kfull.sys donc bon je me suis mis a installer les jeux sur le disque dur et la rien à signaler, donc j'en conclu que mon SSD est problématique.
Ce que j'ai déjà essayer c'est reformater Windows avec le SSD dessus mais cela ne change rien, et j'ai vérifier tout mes pilotes de l'ordinateur
si quelqu'un peu m'aider à résoudre ce problème sa serais super !
Windows 10 Pro 64bits 21H1
i7 8700k (non oc)
asus strix Z370-E (bios 2401)
ram :16 go Corsair vengeance 3200mhz
alimentation 750watt 80+gold Seasonnic
disque dur 1to 5400tour/min WDC WD10JPVX-22JC3TO (récupérer de mon ancien pc portable)
et mon SSD Samsung 970 EVO 500Go
CG: 980TI ASUS STRIX
Recently obtained myself a bricked Y410P after undervolting my CPU, using svl7's bios mod on TechInferno. If you only take one thing away from this post, it should be the fact that
NEVER SHOULD YOU EVER UNDERVOLT A LAPTOP CPU FROM A MODDED BIOS. Hindsight is never 20/20.
Anyways, back to topic!
I went and purchased my self one of these, in hopes of to re-program my sad bios. So far no good.
I am wondering if anyone out there have had any success with this approach. Please share your journey here!
I recently bought the new Toshiba RC100 m.2 2242 NVMe SSD for my Lenovo Y510p which has an m.2 port in it.
After installation the SSD wasn't showing up in my BIOS and also not on my OS Win 10 disk management. So I did a bit of research and installed mod BIOS for my Y510p by following the steps in the link: ( https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/3546-lenovo-y410p-y510p-unlocked-bios-wlan-whitelist-mod-vbios-mod/ )
There are a lot more options in the BIOS menu now.
Even after doing the mod it's not showing up. The SSD works on my friend's "new 2017 dell gaming laptop" which has m.2 ssd support in it. I don't know what exactly to configure my BIOS to make it work. I've just done some hit-and-trial configs which have eventually failed.
If someone can help solve it Pleasee!!
P.S. : I can share all the available options available in the BIOS if required.
i have a z510 59398016 indian variant.
I had replaced the oem 1tb sshd on sata 3 port that came in it with 250 gb ssd 1 year ago.
now the optical disk drive on sata1 has gone haywire and i do not want to replace it as cd and dvd are obeolete and useless to me.
can some one suggest a caddy for z510 to use my old sshd in place of optical disc drive ?
would i be able to dualboot BW 2 drives if i do the above?
I tried caddy from local vendor but it is not getting recognised.
plz suggest some caddies compatible with z510
In case you own a Lenovo Y410p or Y510p laptop, you might be interested in upgrading its performance by installing an external graphics card. Ultrabay eGPU adapter designed by @gerald was proven to be a convenient plug-and-play option to do exactly that. However, for a long time only an AMD-branded GPUs could be used due to limitations in the Lenovo's stock BIOS. The purpose of the modified firmware presented here is to expand the range of available GPUs by enabling Nvidia support on Gerald's Ultrabay eGPU adapter.
Huge thanks to:
@MWichni - For efficiently assisting me during the development of this mod. By flashing dozens of BIOS builds over the course of several weeks and thoroughly describing the effects observed (or the lack thereof), he enabled me to fully understand necessary parts in BIOS structure and come up with a final solution. @svl7 - Whose unlocked BIOS / Whitelist mod has served as a basis for this modification. His discovery of a security hole in V2.07 BIOS has provided us with a convenient BIOS flashing method that does not require a physical programmer. The Unlocked BIOS and WLAN whitelist mods originally designed by him are also implemented in this BIOS mod. @gerald - For designing the aforementioned adapter. Without it, all this work would make very little sense.
Resolves the "40-second reboot" issue normally encountered while using Nvidia graphics cards with Ultrabay eGPU adapter, thus allowing all Nvidia cards to be used. Based on the latest V3.08 BIOS. Includes Svl7's WLAN whitelist removal mod - for the convenience of aftermarket WLAN card users. Includes Svl7's BIOS debug menu mod - for the ease of experimentation with newly available features, e.g. attempting to use Nvidia Optimus to pass eGPU video back to laptop's display.
NB! Svl7's Debug Menu is not a toy! It contains a lot of options that are either not supported or partially supported by the hardware platform and/or can disturb its normal operation or prevent the PC from booting up at all. Any of the entries not originally present in the stock BIOS should be modified at your own risk!
ANY MODIFICATIONS YOU ARE APPLYING TO YOUR HARDWARE ARE PERFORMED AT YOUR OWN RISK! AUTHOR OF THIS MOD DOES NOT HOLD ANY LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE RELATED TO USING THIS SOFTWARE.
If things don't go right:
If you intend using the GTX10XX-series Nvidia card as the eGPU (which you probably do), you are very likely to encounter the infamous Error 43 in Windows Device Manager. This is a widely known issue in the eGPU community and is not related to this particular mod in any way. Following this guide thoroughly will in most cases resolve the Error 43 issue.
Get your copy here!
Version of this mod for Lenovo Y400/Y500 models is coming soon!