Aspire 5315 CPU Step-by-Step Upgrade Guide

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  1. mts915

    mts915 Newbie

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    Posted by: who can check?

    My GL960 and 5 GB of memory:
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    I tried to encroach on 6. I did not overcome. 4 + 2 - black screen. 2 + 4 - the laptop starts up, you can go into the BIOS, but the installed Win7_64 hangs up and does not boot. The Win7 installer freezes on the "Starting Windows" screen. What is interesting, but if you install Vin7_32 with less memory, and then add up to 6 GB, then the system boots and works normally. AIDA64 shows all 6 gig, but Windows uses, of course, only 3. Matter of course, left 5 and set Vin7_64


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    In the first slot 1, in the second - 4. On the contrary, does not want a black screen.

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  2. hoggie

    hoggie old boy

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    In the first slot 1, in the second - 4. On the contrary, does not want a black screen.

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    I will have too get back in the game on here... popped in to see if any of the old team was still about.. give me a couple days to get going again :)
     
  3. Epictrolloleante

    Epictrolloleante Newbie

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    I had an Acer Aspire 5320 ,and i upgraded its Celeron m530 to a C2D T8300 but i couldn't Enable VT with stock the BIOS.
    So i had to use a mod BIOS to enable it with the following steps:
    1.-Download last version of the official BIOS (V1.45 ) from https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/support
    2.-After that unzip the file BIOS_V1.45.ZIP and then run BIOS_V1.45.exe, it will uncompress the files of the .exe
    3.-Replace the file "CL50145A.fd" ,with the file "icl50_1.45_black_edition_40.fd" from this link https://mega.nz/#F!iJ5FwAoR!PqYOcbC_r9dciJ5sut6AfA
    4.-Then, execute InsydeFlash.exe as Administrator and flash the BIOS.

    The original post said the bios may be compatible with the Aspire 5315, Aspire 5320, Aspire 5715Z, Aspire 5720, Aspire 7320, eMachines E510 but I'm not sure if works with all those laptops, i just flashed it on my aspire 5320.

    Do it by your own risk ,Im not responsible if you damage your Laptop, but at least that worked for my Aspire 5320..

    I hope this can help you guys
     
  4. bizzybody

    bizzybody Notebook Guru

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    Didn't Acer's Europe site have version 1.49 for the BIOS? I know when I had my 5315 and upgraded it to a Core 2 Duo I found a newer BIOS on the EU site.
     
  5. Epictrolloleante

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    I guess not, i couldnt find anything about that version of the bios.
     
  6. IceJazz

    IceJazz Newbie

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    Upgrade ACER 5315. Bios flashed v1.45 (mod). The processor put the Intel Core 2 Duo T9300, initially there was a NANYA 1Gb DDR2 667 memory bar, added a 2Gb DDR2 667 HYNIX HYMP125S64CP8-Y5-C memory bar, it became 3Gb. I changed the hard drive to SSD and rolled up windows 10 LTSB 32x bit. The laptop came to life, just do not know. Only began to strain the low speed of Wi-Fi. I ordered the AzureWave AW-CB161H board and a metal adapter to increase the size, the drivers picked up with an automatic machine. At 2.4 GHz, the real speed is 80-90 megabits on the local network. I see 5 GHz networks, but I’m neighboring, I can't check the speed, 2.4 GHz router. Plus, Bluetooth appeared, I connected wireless headphones and a speaker. He took everything on Ali, who can come in handy.
     
  7. ToraxOutlaw

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    Hey guys. I've been following the steps and advice on here after I was given an old Aspire 5351, I've already updated the BIOS to 1.45 and the motherboard is Revision 3.0. I've got an Atheros AR5B22 Dual-Band WiFi card with Bluetooth, 128gb ssd crucial M4, T8300 CPU, 2 sticks of Crucial RAM 1GB, 2GB 5300 667mhz, a replacement 5200mah Green Cell battery with the correct voltage as the current failing battery and a 2 USB 3.0 ports express card on order.

    I have a couple of questions.
    1. With this new CPU can I install and run Windows 10 x64?
    2. Someone on here mentioned that they'd upgraded their LCD from 800P to 1200P. How can I do the same and where do I get the part from?
    3. I've also got a list of replacements and upgrade to order at a later date. Front bezel with webcam slot, webcam, speakers, microphone and LCD cable with the attachment for the webcam. Will these all go in to the Aspire 5315 as they're all compatible, same with the parts I've already ordered?
    4. With Windows 10 and the motherboard being Revision 3.0 can I install 4GB RAM or is it still just 3GB RAM?
     
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