Clevo BIOS Thread

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Blacky, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. Turbx

    Turbx Newbie

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    It happens after the installation. I have tried Windows 10 and the stuttering is even worse. I noticed one thing though, I changed the hard disk with another one that had Windows 7 already on. At the first boot even with the wrong drivers it didn't stutter ( while playing music with windows media player). Then Windows asked me to reboot the system. I rebooted it and it started stuttering again.
     
  2. joluke

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    Reset the CMOS and try again
     
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    I did it, nothing happened... Also the cmos battery is new.
     
  4. joluke

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    I recommended doing that because once I had my cpu being stuck at 800Mhz for some reason and only a CMOS reset would fix it
     
  5. Turbx

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    It did the same thing with a 2.00 ghz intel it had on before. I thought changing the cpu would fix things, so I swapped it with a 2.8ghz (1066 mhz) intel. It still does the same thing, this is why I suspect it is a bios problem. No matter what changes I did to bios, updated it, restored it, changed its battery, nothing, its still the same. Plus the problem becomes more apparent when I am watching youtube, or listening to music with windows media player and open chrome for example.
     
  6. joluke

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    Is your BIOS and EC updated with the latest from Clevo?

    Its weird but most likely its a problem with the BIOS itself
     
  7. Turbx

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    Yes both are updated from this page:
    https://repo.palkeo.com/clevo-mirror/M7xxSU/
     
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  8. Blacky

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    I can't really explain what is happening on your laptop. I have a laptop just as old as yours, with it's latest BIOS that has only Vista support in it, and it works fine with Win 7 and Win 10. Given that you say that it stutters after the first successful Windows boot, I would suspect that the video drivers are to blame. Try to boot into safe mode.
     
  9. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    A latency tracker might give some info.
     
  10. andytom69

    andytom69 Notebook Geek

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    I wanted to point out that the last bios clevo of the laptop p775tm1g, 09/21/2019
    Update P7xxTM1 (G) BIOS Version 1.07.27
    P7xxTM1 (G) _B10727.zip
    has a bug on the configurations of the ssd m2 in pciexpress, I tried it losing a lot of time, my 2 m2 raid 0 had disappeared, I then reposted the b10725, everything came back to life
    to whom should this clevo be reported?
     
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