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ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

Discussion in 'Notebook News and Reviews' started by darika, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. petete20

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  2. helmikassim

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    Can you provide a download link to your software repository? :)
     
  3. helmikassim

    helmikassim Newbie

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    How exactly, in plain English, do I do this VT unlocking? Well, I have downloaded the 1.20 BIOS from ACER itself and also BIOS uploaded by petete20. Not to mention the vtenable.py and 1.21-clean.fd files after installing Python 2.7.2 on my laptop while running Windows 7 x86 on my Acer Aspire 6935G. A step-by-step instruction, as simple as possible, is appreciated. Thank you in advanced.
     
  4. Sjoeter

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    Ok, here a step by step tutorial as how i flashed my bios.


    1. Download Bios-1.21.rar here
      (the rar is bios update 1.20 with update file 1.21.
      The program also automaticly makes an backup of the current bios before flashing to 1.21 (just in case).
      its called bios_backup.fd and will be in the same dir as the update.
    2. unpack the rar.
    3. Start InsydeFlash.exe
    4. The program backus up the current bios
    5. The program asks if you want to flash the bios
    6. After its done reboot and VT is unlocked

    http://img714.imageshack.us/img714/1975/bios121.jpg

    *i have to say that I've done this with my 6935G at least 6 times now so i know it works, but i can't take any responsibly if something should go wrong.
     
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  6. geko95gek

    geko95gek Notebook Evangelist

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    I think Realtek have removed the Subwoofer in latest drivers for a reason, mainly so people dont damage their woofer drivers.

    I tried the older drivers from Acer site on my 7720G and got distortion while watching youtube vids, with the new R2.71 drivers on Realtek site all is good again.
     

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