60$ offer to make working my b173zan01.0 or b173qtn01.0 into my P377sma+1070N

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    DARCODER Notebook Deity

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    I have a p377sma ( prema bios)
    1070n msi non g-sync vbios

    ==> Lg 120hz working with or without nvidia driver. This panel is non g-sync
    ==> auo 120Hz working without nvidia driver This panel is G-sync
    ==> auo 4k working without Nvidia driver. this panel is G-sync.

    All connectics are EDP.
    All screens working with 980m
    Auo not working with 1070N

    If someone can make me working my both auo panels with 1070N nvidia driver installed, reward is 60$.
    Helps&tutorial will not be shared if succeed, strictly confidential if asked.
     
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    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    Tried a gsync vBIOS?
     
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    can't switch vbios to Gsync one....because my vbios version is 1BA1 and gsync is 1BE1 so i always have a gpu dissmatch error.
     
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    Still looking for an solution :)
    by the way, no one know how to destroy definitely the g-sync function from this display? edid or with a programer??
     
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    I haven't messed around with this stuff for a long time, but can't you just ignore the error and flash anyway?
     
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    ... of course otherwize i wouldnt post it. i will even say i was with a weird 1BE1, Prema help me to flash a vbios but i cant even come back to my original vbios.....and prema told me he cant help me so..i m stuck without solution right now
     
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    Still looking for help!!!
    Boosting donation to 100$ :)
     
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    One thing you can try is to flash EDID firmware with-out GSYNC into monitor. That will go through Linux if you find a dumped EDID from anyone who has this monitor (without G-Sync):
    - find an EDID firmware backed up from another laptop with MonInfo.
    - create a Linux Mint flash drive with a small persistent partition by Universal USB installer
    - few commands in terminal and you flashed it.

    Second is you can try to flash vBIOS directly onto GPU's flash microchip:
    - do you have a photo to make sure that BIOS chip is high enough for clips?
    - if it is so then you should buy clips and CH341A USB programmer (cheapest one although some people have troubles with it). Just put clips on the chip, save a dump from it as a backup, flash non-gsync vBIOS to it.
    The problem here is that I only had 570M and BIOS chip on it was too low so that clip couldn't reach to those 8 legs. I am not sure that your GPU has a chip with long/high legs enough.
     
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    long process thanks for description...will try it! but idk where to find an edid without gsync :s might it work if i use my 120hz edp screen? its another display who works 1080p 120hz. can i try this one on my 2k 120hz?
     
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    Well, EDID should be of the same monitor because it contains resolution, color range etc. I wouldn't risk flashing any other. I will search for EDID you need. Upload your EDIDs so I could compare those. Backup those by MonInfo>Save as

    But you need just make those monitors to workwith GPU so any method will fit. USB programmer with clips costs like 5$. I bet you can afford buying one even if it won't be useful in this exact case, with that you can flash supported BIOS chips of notebooks, GPUs vBIOS etc. There is some small rate of bad luck when flashing chip may be unsucessfull without desoldering (usually some notebooks) but first you are to read and save dump from it and it can be compared to the actual vBIOS to see if it works as it should.
    Clips for flashing chip on-board without desoldering, Budget USB Programmer. You can see supported list of 25 chips. You can doublecheck if the one on GPU is supported.
     
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    Here some upload, thhere is lg 120hz as active (working) and auo 120hz (not working ) as regedit from moninfo
     

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