*** OFFICIAL AORUS X5 V6 OWNERS LOUNGE ***

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  1. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

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    What would you say would be my best bet at getting the vBIOS from?
     
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    Owners of same notebook. What you should do... I explained that in earlier post #965.
     
  3. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

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    My bad I've been awake for so long behind this that I missed that
    thank you for your help @Papusan @Falkentyne

    Is there anything I should know about flashing the vBIOS of a GPU?
    About the process or the software?
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Then Sleep well tonight:)

    Look at the video. You find more guides on YouTube or on the web.
     
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    :)

    Thank you
     
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    If you are not sure the display is alive, try external display.
    If you are sure the display is not dead, then, try a different power supply.
    When you hold down the right lower trackpad corner do you have 4 LED lights indicating full battery?
    If you have no lights, maybe the power supply is dead.
    Finally, if you are sure it was the wifi driver, then the wifi card is very easy to remove, power off, unplug power supply, run battery down, do whatever you need to do to make sure there is no power and fully powered off, then open the back ( some screws are longer than others, so tape the screws to the right hole so you know how to put back ) and use a spudger or tweezers to carefully remove the two wifi attena connectors by prising on the gold connectors, not pulling the wire, so remove the two wifi attena from the wifi card, then remove the wifi card, set is aside and tape over the wifi connectors. then you can try put power supply back on, and try to boot. by the way I changed to intel wifi card, easy, cheap, much better.
     
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    Yes, this is normal behavior of aorus smart recovery. I have had this learning experience myself. it does provide a warning, but maybe not strong enough warning if I got fooled and you also got fooled. in my case, it did not wipe all my drives, just my system c:\ drive which was on a separate m2 stick.

     
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    So, something happened which is worthy of another update to my thread within a thread.
    I believe in the last 30 or 40 days a windows update got pushed, at least one update, probably two, and sometime in those updates, I think after the first one, my problem went away. That's right: I no longer have the GPU crashing. I no longer run afterburner and shift-drag the curve down. My card is running steady at 1443 Mhz ( yes, Aorus has normal 1070, not max-q ). Hope this helps someone, or that someone at least finds it interesting. I sure do. over and out.

     
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    I can send if you provide instructions.
     
  10. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

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    Please do
    Also, do you have an X5 V6?
    Could you share your vBIOS?
     
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