Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by andrewff2, Oct 25, 2017.
We have different rules.
The reason why those people cannot send the vBios is simply because the vBios in question is not their property. Without consent people are not willing to send because it doesn't belong to them. People have send vBioses from Prema in the past and it ended up being misused and caused prema to shutdown his free to download service. People are afraid that Eurocom will do the same once suddenly their work gets send around and taken credit for as well.
Eurocom don't provide a free service, they are a business selling a product and they will continue to sell so long as the sales turn a profit. They price development, testing, support and warranty into the what they charge and are obliged to support the products they sell. They do not, and are not obliged to, support non-customers.
Nvidia, Clevo, MSI and a hundred other AIB vendors seem to not mind about dumps of their vbioses being freely available, hosted in Techpowerup's vbios repository for example.
Generally speaking it is a sad day when sentiment on an enthusiast forum is to NOT share information to help an individual out
It's also a sad day when people like Prema offer free services and work but end up seeing their work stolen by other people while they claim its their work.
Prema makes custom bios for pc.
Eurocom may possibly sell but my guess is no as they didn't supply the card.
This is not personal and if you knew the history it would make perfect sense.
Would Tech inferno be a better place for this request?
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