Clevo BIOS Thread

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

  1. Dhanan Bhim

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    I will try that. Thank you!
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

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    Could at least force it to see a change to the memory config is something is happening there.
     
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    I took out one ram stick but the exact same issue is still occurring. Perhaps if I remove the batteries and power and let the CMOS clear overnight?
     
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    Have a chat with support at this point.
     
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    I contacted support and they've suggested I RMA the laptop. I was also having thermal/power/current throttling issues in every game I played. They'd run amazingly at first, but after a few minutes the performance would degrade drastically. It definitely was getting good cooling (air conditioned room on top of raised cooling fans), and clean power.

    Thank you very much for your help. It makes me sad that I just got the laptop after waiting over a month and now I have to send it back, but it is what it is.

    Cheers!
     
  6. anytimer

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    Just to try something else, turn off network booting in the BIOS. Sometimes it can go looking for a network boot image that isn't there and gets lost.
    Make sure your first boot device is your HDD/SSD. If you remember what the old disk settings were, try restoring those.
     
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    I believe you misread my comment. My computer doesn't even POST. Thank you anyway for trying to help!
     
  8. PsySc0rpi0n

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    Hi.

    I have an old (but good) Clevo P170EM. I have upgraded it's BIOS to the latest version a while a go. I know my Clevo BIOS thread is not this one but the other one is locked for new replies.
    Today, I was trying to install Debian 10 in UEFI mode but I can't get it to boot properly. I can't even see my SSD in BIOS in UEFI mode.

    Does the latest BIOS update supports UEFI mode to OSes other than Windows? Can I use Debian in UEFI mode in my laptop?
     
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