Clevo BIOS Thread

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  1. Blacky

    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    Shakenbake158 Notebook Consultant

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    I've got an Eluktronics Eluktro Pro P775TM1-G (8700k and GTX 1080) with the following BIOS and KBC/EC versions:

    BIOS: 1.05.02TEI
    KBC/EC: 1.05.02

    What is the best way to update these? It is out of warranty with Eluktronics.
     
  3. rzrwolf

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    You can flash XMG bios for XMG ultra 17, works fine for me.
     
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    harkaz Newbie

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    Regarding this issue, I have been able to persistently disable Intel ME on my P775TM1 using 1.07.27 dsanke BIOS.

    1. After flashing the BIOS I forced optimized setup defaults to load, by pressing F3. This fixed other issues as well.
    2. Configured the BIOS as I would like, then used mesetx64 to disable ME.
    3. Entered Setup-> Advanced -> PCH-FW Configuration. Set ME Status to 'Disable' and 'Unconfigure ME on RTC Clear' to 'Disable'. Pressed F4 and system rebooted.
    4. Immediately powered down the system and powered it on again. Intel ME remained disabled at each cold boot.
     
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  5. Eduardo Silva

    Eduardo Silva Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have a Clevo P650RG that currently can't make the touchpad work. Installed tons of drivers, but the only time it works is when I uninstall the device. Once I reboot, poof, gone. Could it be the BIOS or EC/KBC firmware? I currently have these:

    MB Series: P65_P67RGRERA
    BIOS Version: 1.05.18
    KBC/EC Firmware Revision : 1.05.07

    Thanks in advance!
     
  6. rzrwolf

    rzrwolf Notebook Enthusiast

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    If it is ever working when uninstalling/installing driver - it's driver issue for sure.. Try disabling windows automatic driver installation/download, enable windows test mode and disable driver signing, clean/delete drivers and do fresh install.
     
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    ^ Good idea to have an external mouse handy when you do this. You'll lose touchpad functionality until the new driver 'takes'.
     
  8. Niaphim

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    Apologies for a late reply. Here is the one I have now (GTX 1080) and since when I bought my laptop.
     

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    Thanks for the reply mate. I will definitely try that when I get the time. But shouldn't I have the same version for both KBC/EC and BIOS ? I bought the laptop with them being both 1.05.07, but out of desperation for some problem it had I updated the BIOS (later found out it was the store that messed up). However information about KBC/EC is very scarce to say the least, and I don't have that muchknowledge about the subject tbh
     
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    No, it doesn't relate to bios / EC issues.. Also they are not supposed to be of the same version #..
     
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