Clevo BIOS (older models)

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Blacky, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. rachmaninoff

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    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    Just noticed you have your laptop from XXODD!!! I also got it from XXODD, 8 years ago ! Ha!
     
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    Yes, but still going strong for the music! I'am currentlly going to upgrade to W'7.
     
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    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    Ok, so that M860TU was uploaded by theriko and it's not in my repo and I actually don't have it anywhere.... SAD.
     
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    Kostasgreece Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello! I need your help to found clevo's p150hm bios for the chip but bin file. Thank you
     
  6. P15HmXAMI

    P15HmXAMI Notebook Enthusiast

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    I believe I saw (can't find it again) where someone flashed a P150HM with a P170HM bios successfully.

    Does anyone know if this is possibly with the P151HM1 (np8130)? Qubes hardware compatibility list shows someone who has successfully used VT-d on a P151HM1, which isn't supported according to Intel. I don't know how he's accomplished this but I suspect he's used a different BIOS.
     
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    Hello. First the p150hm and p151hm are the same laptops (use 180w power adapter to doing it p150hm ). The bios for p150hm and p151hm is the same. Now i believe the difference between p150hm and p170hm is the chipset bd82hm65 (p150hm) and the p170hm use bd82hm67. If you change chipset chip you will after programming the p170hm bios.
     
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    P15HmXAMI Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you, I thought there was some physical difference as well. the person who did it said his motherboard now reported as a P170HM but still correctly reported the HM65 chipset. The HM67 supposedly is also no VT-d. I might have to find this guy who submitted the Qubes hardware report and figure out what he's done.
     
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    Update: PCI passthrough works on HM65, if you put in a processor with VT-d capability. Sager has DMAR set up for you, no need to flash. Not sure why Intel says it doesn't work when I'm using it right now.
     
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    hello! i would like to update you on my d700t system i posted about a couple pages ago; i never did find a non-virus encased bios download for my old unit. i got a p4 661, but as i feared it didn't recognize. so i'm stuck with the fire-spewing p4 570. the good news is i found an nvidia 7800 gtx, and it works perfectly! it can now play all the 2004 games i could ever dream of! i really wanted to keep it on ati because that's what it originally came with, but i'm just glad i have a working system at this point. on the other hand, i now have a rather large pile of dead ati cards i've tested in this unit... perhaps i can resell them in a big as is lot.
     
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