Acer MXM Models and Cards

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  1. maras_tiger

    maras_tiger Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have enough searching forum can u give me a direct link or better can u patch vbios for acer(for me)??
     
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    @NetRolller 3D
    Here so now I have landed, I now hope am right.
    Over again my problem:
    Have loaded the V Bios... 5920G_MXM_V3. WPH on my Notbook.
    After Windows (Win 7.64 bits) has started, the graphics map switches off itself (Nvidia driver 306.79), black screen!
    with the state kind Microsoft VGA of drivers there runs the map.
    Thus I must load now of this bios? (G96M fixed.com)
    however, this has only 64 KB!
    greets Chris
    Acer Aspire 5920G, intel Core T7700 2,4 Ghz, Graphic card: Nvidia Quadro Fx 770 M
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  3. .NetRolller 3D

    .NetRolller 3D Notebook Deity

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    64KB is the normal size for a VBIOS, held on the MXM card. You are confusing it with the SBIOS of your motherboard.

    Flash G96 M Fixed.rom (or better yet, patch your current VBIOS - not SBIOS - according to my instructions, as G96 M Fixed.rom is intended for 9600M GT) with nvflash, it should resolve the blank screen issue.
     
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    NOTE:
    I'm tired of deleting cross-posts between this thread and Acer MXM BIOS Mods thread and people re-posting deleted cross-posts.
    Posts don't vanish themselves.

    I can't send PMs to new users with no PM rights so either some people will get brighter or I'm gonna do what I can do- issue infractions.
     
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    chris64 Newbie

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    thank you first,but now i have a new problem
    nvflash gives a error message : PCI subsystem ID mismatch
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    maras_tiger Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi what about my Blue Screen (***STOP***)
     
  7. chris64

    chris64 Newbie

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    Many thanks to everybody particularly in NetRolller!
    if the problem has solved itself!
    had given nvflash.exe-4-5-6 new.rom this was wrong
    it was right nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 new.rom
    am happy functioned now everything.
    many greetings Chris
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  8. .NetRolller 3D

    .NetRolller 3D Notebook Deity

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    maras_tiger: Follow the link to my instructions in my post to Chris.
     
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    ergoon Notebook Guru

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    Hello guys!
    I am the owner of Acer Aspire 8935G with a gpu Radeon HD 4670, unfortunately the BSOD is killing me because there is something very wrong with this card, i came to a point where i decided to change this card for something else. I have been looking around for GPU's for my laptop and I found so many threads and got so many replies that I am really confused now. On one forum I found that I am very lucky to have this laptop because it can be upgraded to the newest gpu's like for example Radeon HD 6780. Also I found some news that this laptop basically support all AMD/ATI cards with no bigger problem(not sure if it's true). But now I found this forum and i saw that the best card you guys mention here is the Geforce GTS 250, is it really the best I can get and that my laptop can support? I tried to look for it around where I live but there is no sign of it. If you could give me some clues ideas or just help me with my problem I would really appreciate that. Thank you.
     
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