[Guide] How to integrate video BIOS file into the motheboard's system BIOS based on Phoenix OR how to get romless video card work

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  1. valuxin

    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    Hm... I have some questions - after integration do you hear the POST beeps during the boot? If so - the problem is the laptop can't find the vBIOS in oprom section or this video board is not M4000. If there is no POST beeps - try to connect something over HDMI and see what would happen. Also, make sure the MXM connector on the mobo and video board are clean from dust and other organic thing.
     
  2. dioskey

    dioskey Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Valuxin, thanks for your answer and sorry for the delay in mine... anyway, here we go:
    - no beeps during post, only the fan spinning once and then black screen.. I tried to reinstall the old gpu, gt130m with integrated vbios, and the laptop starts normally (even with the bios with integrated vbios of course)
    - nothing is seen over HDMI connected monitor
    - the mxm connector is clean (all my mobo and other parts are very clean :D :D i dismount the pc ofter to remove dust from fan etc etc)

    I attach some images of my firepro m4000.

    Let me know if this is not an m4000

    Thanks!
     

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    dioskey Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Valuxin, no idea about my problem? :(
     
  4. busat

    busat Newbie

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    Hi valukin,
    do you can help me to modded my bios due to no option to select vram?
    i use dell Inspiron n4110.
    i'm very appreciated if you can help me..thanks
     
  5. russia86

    russia86 Newbie

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    Прошу помощь автора статьи с прошеванием моего биоса т.к. сам наврядли что смогу сделать птыался но непонял.У меня Acer Aspire 5739g стоял проц т6500 поменял на т9600 стоит видеокарта nvidia g210m купил видеокарту NVIDIA Quadro K610M экран неработает(идёт писк 1 длинный 2 коротких в интрнете посмотрел проблема с биосом ,вся система при этом работает загружаеться но видео нету)прочитал все страницы с твоего топика и просмотрел биосы на видеокарты и на шёл там свой ,но как вшить в биос нехватает практики прошу вас помощь мне с этим помогите мне пожалуйста.
     
  6. valuxin

    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    PMed you.
     
  7. Greyfore

    Greyfore Newbie

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    Hi, I'm having similar issues to those listed in this thread, but so far have not had any luck getting any of what is in here to work for me.

    (Please note, while I am no IT expert I can grasp most instructions but do need help in knowing where to look for things such as BIOS or ROM files on my computer)

    I have an Acer Aspire 8935G, that was suffering from a BSoD issue due to the graphics card (ATI Radeon HD 4670) I have replaced this with a HD 6770m, as I found this was a suitable replacement/upgrade. However I cannot get it to work. I have uninstalled the device and rebooted, I've located probably a half dozen device and driver installers but these have all failed to yield any results.

    I'm now stuck with the onboard graphics leaving my screen at a funny resolution for this laptop and the HD 6770m is showing as 'Standard VGA Graphics Adapter'. Can someone please help me here I'm close to ripping my hair out over this.

    I can't believe something as simple as switching out a graphics card could cause so much grief!
     
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