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    Quote Originally Posted by lambroslnk View Post
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    So it should be the M77xSUN.

    Here is the link to a zip contain the 1.00.06 BIOS. Don't run the EC firmware part because your EC is newer, just do the BIOS part of these files.

    ftp://cftp.clevo.com.tw/ALLBIOS/M7xxSUN/77SUN0604.zip
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkhetan View Post
    So it should be the M77xSUN.

    Here is the link to a zip contain the 1.00.06 BIOS. Don't run the EC firmware part because your EC is newer, just do the BIOS part of these files.

    ftp://cftp.clevo.com.tw/ALLBIOS/M7xxSUN/77SUN0604.zip
    Thnx flashed it ) Now it has the option of windows 7 in bios <3

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    My computer performance improved quite nicely with bios thanks a lot.
    So i decided to update my other laptop BIOS/EC. It has M765SU (M76xSU) clevo motherboard (15.6"). Could u provide me with the latest bios/EC? tyvm

    Edit: i found EC on page 52 018 version flashed it. LF bios tyvm )
    Last edited by lambroslnk; 30th July 2010 at 10:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambroslnk View Post
    My computer performance improved quite nicely with bios thanks a lot.
    So i decided to update my other laptop BIOS/EC. It has M765SU clevo motherboard (15.6"). Could u provide me with the latest bios/EC? tyvm

    Edit: i found EC on page 52 018 version flashed it. LF bios tyvm )
    BIOS 1.00.12 - 2009/5/22 for M74xSU/M76xSU/M77xSU.

    ftp://usftp.clevo.com.tw/ALLBIOS/M7xxSU/BIOS_12.zip
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkhetan View Post
    BIOS 1.00.12 - 2009/5/22 for M74xSU/M76xSU/M77xSU.

    ftp://usftp.clevo.com.tw/ALLBIOS/M7xxSU/BIOS_12.zip
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    hi, i have a d900c. ive been having problems with it recently - horizontal, and occasionally vertical, stripes going across the screen. it would also randomly shut off and usually restart. it has gotten to the point where the screen will be all fuzz upon startup (about 9 out of 10 times) and the very few times startup has worked, it would usually shut off anywhere from a couple minutes to a couple hours later (temps were fine). i figured i might as well try re-booting windows and flashing bios before i diagnose it as a hardware problem and sink more cash into this laptop.

    i downloaded the bios and ec/kbc from the first page and made a bootable usb, as instructed. i navigated to flash the ec/kbc first, but did not select the update file yet. right after i navigated to the folder, my laptop shut off. now i highly doubt its flashing, but im scared to turn it on.

    also, should i risk flashing bios? what if my laptop randomly shuts off during flashing?

    edit: sorry for the long read. i would really appreciate any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miscbrah View Post
    hi, i have a d900c. ive been having problems with it recently - horizontal, and occasionally vertical, stripes going across the screen. it would also randomly shut off and usually restart. it has gotten to the point where the screen will be all fuzz upon startup (about 9 out of 10 times) and the very few times startup has worked, it would usually shut off anywhere from a couple minutes to a couple hours later (temps were fine). i figured i might as well try re-booting windows and flashing bios before i diagnose it as a hardware problem and sink more cash into this laptop.

    i downloaded the bios and ec/kbc from the first page and made a bootable usb, as instructed. i navigated to flash the ec/kbc first, but did not select the update file yet. right after i navigated to the folder, my laptop shut off. now i highly doubt its flashing, but im scared to turn it on.

    also, should i risk flashing bios? what if my laptop randomly shuts off during flashing?

    edit: sorry for the long read. i would really appreciate any help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacky View Post
    You have a GPU problem. If you have a SLI configuration then one of your video cards is dying.
    no sli. should i bother even flashing bios? or do it after i replace my gpu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miscbrah View Post
    no sli. should i bother even flashing bios? or do it after i replace my gpu?
    Do it after you solve your GPU issues.
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    NEVER flash a BIOS if you are having hardware problems - if it goes wrong then you risk irreversibly bricking your machine.
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