Sony Vaio Z2 (2011) Advanced Menu BIOS Hack

Discussion in 'VAIO / Sony' started by pyr0, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. chris89

    chris89 Notebook Consultant

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    So I see you pull the T1125 Bios...Any word on pulling gpu BIOS from it? I know u guys are working on the sony. I would though like to increase gpu voltage and possibly ram up the cpu clock. It runs overclocked already Gigabyte set a 33.33% overclock from factory 1.33ghz to 1.8ghz. I modded the cooling so under full gaming load cpu/gpu hit 70C or so max. Giving me a 15C overhead for 2ghz on the i3 and possibly more than 1.000v on the GT 310m...If you can help I'd be eternally greatful!

    http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/BIOS/nb-bios-t1125m-t1125n-t1125p-f14-ef10-dosflasher.exe

    Thanks
     
  2. Gavnor

    Gavnor Newbie

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    Typical - I've been waiting ages to do this hack for a disabled friend of mine's Z2 once the SSD prices drop and now it's been pulled. If anyone can help I'd appreciate a PM or email!
     
  3. relyt2012

    relyt2012 Newbie

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    I have a quick question about this bios hack. Can i install this on a sony vaio vpcz21shx also known as (PCG-41311L). this mod seems awesome can anyone help?
     
  4. Cimarien

    Cimarien Notebook Enthusiast

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    Today my old Vaio VPCZ1 get bricked because of my mistake.

    I entered BIOS and change the IDE from RAID TO AHCI, it cannot boot, of course, but i cannot F2 to enter BIOS again to change it back.

    Could anyone tell me how to enter BIOS again?
     
  5. djsubtronic

    djsubtronic Notebook Consultant

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    If you can't find an easier solution, maybe you can disconnect the BIOS battery for a few minutes so it resets to default.
     
  6. Cimarien

    Cimarien Notebook Enthusiast

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    I did it, unplug the BIOS battery for 15 minutes, doesn't work.

    Next time, i will unplug everything and leave it for a day :)
     
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