[FIXED] Bricked P35x v3, v5 and P17

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  1. jhax01

    jhax01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Successfully erased and flashed the BIOS with a programming tool but it didn't help. Can anyone with the CH341A and a P35x V3 get me a dump of the chip that the arrow is pointing to in this picture?
     

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    jhax01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Anyone? L’il help?


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  3. t456

    t456 1977-09-05, 12:56:00 UTC Moderator

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    What gpu does your system have? Knowing that you can easily find a binary somewhere. Might also read out the chip; the header will contain the necessary information as well.
     
  4. elClemente

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    Hey I´m so sorry. I was to busy and didn´t have notification of this forum turned on.

    Do you still need vBios files?

    @ALL: I just discovered Liquid Metal for my P35x and this is awesome stuff


    Here download Link: https://goo.gl/mf2hBo (256KB)
    P35xV3 VBios (green dotted chip)
     
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    elClemente Newbie

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    Does your internal display show up on the intel display manager (if installed) ?
     
  6. jhax01

    jhax01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for the file, I’m going to try that later today to see if it helps.

    In Windows 10, it doesn’t recognize the internal display at all. Not in the Windows device manager or the intel display manager. It’s like it doesn’t exist. But Linux and Mac OS X recognize it just fine. It’s the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. :-/


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    elClemente Newbie

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    so your display works in MacOSX like normal? then your hardware switch should be fine. It turns the screen off if you close your laptop.
     
  8. jhax01

    jhax01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    It does. But only after about halfway through the boot process. I can only get the BIOS up on an external monitor... Won't have a chance to try flashing until tomorrow. It's a shot in the dark really, I have no idea if it will help.

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    tps3443 Notebook Evangelist

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    I updated my bios twice so far. It’s scary for sure. System powers off and does nothing, your heart starts racing and that fear sets in. Luckily it has gone smooth both tries.

    I have bricked a couple video cards. But fortunately, I was able to flash the bios back in total darkness with success.

    “Your typing a command in to a computer with no monitor signal, as the light is totally orange, as your trying to memorize the commands and hoping you spaced everything right. And sure enough it works!

    ^ that’s only for bricked gpu experience that is.
     
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    jhax01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for the upload but, unfortunately, that didn't fix it either. I'm really at a loss as to what has happened to it. Anybody have any suggestions on what to try next?

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