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post #181 of 658
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Originally Posted by samozen84 View Post

can you please upload your modified bios?
thanks

This bios i modified. And I'm totally against it free circulation. You are wrong.
Edited by Klem - 5/30/13 at 7:43am
post #182 of 658
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Originally Posted by leobiagi View Post

Hallo,
i noticed that after upgrading to last new NVIDIA driver, windows boots very slow in UEFI configuration (factory default configuration).have you noticed the same?any solutions about it?
Hi HHtuner and the other guys, i want to ask you how do you have repasted with thermal gel gpu processor.
yesterday i reached 3dmax 2011 score: 6180.
post #183 of 658
Hey leobiagi, if your refering to geforce 320.18 I had the same problem. When I did a manual reinstall of the 320.18 drivers it installs geforce-experience instead of the NVIDIA Update. It's used to update, and optimize games. The problem with that is it a startup program. You can disable it at startup, but I don't use it so I just uninstall, and the drivers work great.
post #184 of 658
Hello!

I just got the ASUS G75VX with GTX670MX, and somehow i keep getting "Display Kernel Drive Crushing" error which makes the screen freeze every now and then.

I have tried every other fixes suggested on the internet, and I am trying the last possible fix on the list which is increase the voltage by a little bit to stabilize the GPU.

So again, i am only trying to unlock the votlage control on this GPU, and not trying to overclock at all, will your modified vbios do this? or is there an easier way to adjust the voltage?

Any reply is greatly appreciated!
post #185 of 658
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Originally Posted by BraveHeart1212 View Post

Hello!

I just got the ASUS G75VX with GTX670MX, and somehow i keep getting "Display Kernel Drive Crushing" error which makes the screen freeze every now and then.

I have tried every other fixes suggested on the internet, and I am trying the last possible fix on the list which is increase the voltage by a little bit to stabilize the GPU.

So again, i am only trying to unlock the votlage control on this GPU, and not trying to overclock at all, will your modified vbios do this? or is there an easier way to adjust the voltage?

Any reply is greatly appreciated!

Hi.
Now you do not need any mod bios or overvolting. You now need to deal with your problem that occurs. First you need to uninstall your current Nvidia video driver. Then install the new one, the last one. When installing select the advanced installation and there to check the "clean install". Then check if your problem is solved. If not, you should try to reinstall your Windows or return to factory settings in Windows. If it does not, go to the ASUS RMA.
post #186 of 658
Hello all smile.gif.
I just wanted to show that old asus G73 series still can compete with new g series. Hell it even leaves it behind in dust smile.gif.
Here is score with stock clocks smile.gif
post #187 of 658
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Originally Posted by Klem View Post

Hi.
Now you do not need any mod bios or overvolting. You now need to deal with your problem that occurs. First you need to uninstall your current Nvidia video driver. Then install the new one, the last one. When installing select the advanced installation and there to check the "clean install". Then check if your problem is solved. If not, you should try to reinstall your Windows or return to factory settings in Windows. If it does not, go to the ASUS RMA.

I have tried them all

The only thing i haven't tried so far is upping voltage a bit

So will this vbios mod do the trick?
post #188 of 658
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Originally Posted by BraveHeart1212 View Post

I have tried them all

The only thing i haven't tried so far is upping voltage a bit

So will this vbios mod do the trick?

Have you tried to send the laptop to Asus warranty RMA? bigeyedsmiley.png
And what did they say?
post #189 of 658
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Originally Posted by Klem View Post

Have you tried to send the laptop to Asus warranty RMA? bigeyedsmiley.png
And what did they say?

No I will only do that if changing voltage doesn't fix the problem

so can you guys tell me if i followed this thread correctly, would the voltage control be unlocked?
post #190 of 658
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Originally Posted by BraveHeart1212 View Post

No I will only do that if changing voltage doesn't fix the problem

so can you guys tell me if i followed this thread correctly, would the voltage control be unlocked?

No but it is possible to get voltage up to 1.1volt. i would need Your bios for editing though.
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