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How To Unlock The System BIOS On An ASUS G75VX | nVidia GTX 670MX Custom vBIOS Overclock Tutorial

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This thread is Optimized for 1080p screens only.
READ THIS FIRST, IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN "ASUS G75VX" !!! Click Here For More Information About The Above Statement (Click to show)
This topic will ONLY APPLY TO THE G75VX!!!
EVERY OTHER ASUS LAPTOP HAS A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT BIOS AS WELL AS A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT VIDEO BIOS (vBIOS)
USING THESE GUIDES WILL SCREW UP / MESS UP / BRICK / DAMAGE YOUR LAPTOP!!!

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN ASUS G75VX WITH AN nVidia GTX 670MX LAPTOP DO NOT POST IN THIS THREAD PLEASE!!!
You WILL need to either find another topic about your specific device or create a new one.
I apologize in advanced for the inconvenience.


WARNING ||| ==> DISCLAIMER INFORMATION <== ||| WARNING Click Here For More Information About The Above Statement (Click to show)
I AM PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SO THAT EVERYONE WHO HAS MY LAPTOP
AND WHO WANT TO ACHIEVE ALL POSSIBLE OVERCLOCKING AND FEATURES CAN HAVE ACCESS TO IT.

I, AS IN RYPEDUB; THIS WEBSITE: OVERCLOCK.NET; ANY ONE WHO HELPED CONTRIBUTE TO THE INFORMATION BELOW (CREDITS ARE IN ANOTHER SECTION); AND ANY MEMBERS WHO CONTRIBUTE ANY TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS THREAD ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

MALFUNCTIONING OF YOUR SYSTEMS IN ANY WAY WHAT SO EVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: OVERHEATING, DEAD BIOS, FRIED COMPONENTS, UNABLE TO BOOT, UNSTABILITY, VOIDING OF YOUR WARRANTY, VOIDING OF YOUR TERMS OF AGREEMENT WITH ASUS / INTEL / NVIDIA / ETC; OR ANYTHING ELSE THAT I AM UNABLE TO LIST HERE.

WE WILL TRY TO HELP YOU, YOU MUST REMAIN CALM IN THE PROCESS. DO NOT BLAME ANYONE FOR MISINFORMATION OR IMPROPER STEPS!!!
ASK AS MANY QUESTIONS AS YOU CAN BEFORE YOU EVEN ATTEMPT ANYTHING!!!
READ EVERYTHING WE TYPE BEFORE YOU EVEN ATTEMPT ANYTHING!!!

IF YOU CAN NOT FOLLOW OR UNDERSTAND SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS, AND / OR YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING,
THEN PLEASE DO NOT CONTINUE WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING TUTORIALS OR TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS!!!
YOU WILL MOST LIKELY MESS UP OR MISS A STEP AND END UP WITH AN INCIDENT LISTED ABOVE OR SIMILAR!!!!

AGAIN, NO ONE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT YOU DO TO YOUR OWN SYSTEM!!!
I AM PROVIDING ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TUTORIALS AND TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY!!!
I DO NOT CONDONE ANYONE TO FOLLOW THE STEPS, BUT WILL ENCOURAGE AND HELP YOU IN THE PROCESS IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO!!! biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1493245/how-to-unlock-the-system-bios-on-an-asus-g75vx-nvidia-gtx-670mx-custom-vbios-overclock-tutorial/300_100#post_24382401

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I am going to put ALL the information I have and have used on my own machine in this thread. It will comprise of EVERYTHING I know and have tested myself from about 8 different websites found on the internet. The reason I am posting this is I believe in freedom of knowledge and that everyone who wants to achieve something should be able to do so. I will provide everything I know and help anyone as much as I can. I encourage anyone else to offer up help if they can as well. I love this community and it is very massive. We can and should all work together to help further the knowledge of all users and to target the specific user base for the customers of this specific product.

All the tutorials of this guide will be using the LATEST BIOS Version from ASUS which is currently at .206. I don't care what the rest of the internet says: EVERY SINGLE ONE of these tutorials work 100$ and safely with this BIOS version. You do NOT have to worry about downgrading and in fact, it would be better to upgrade before continuing. HOWEVER, these guides work EXACTLY the same with ALL BIOS Versions. I've seen on other forms that httuner's vBIOS file work in all 3 of the BIOS versions .203, .204 and .206. So if you have any version, you are completely safe in continuing to follow the guides.

Lastly, I have only encountered ONE form of a "Bricked" state, so I WILL post Recovery instructions on how to recover from that state, as well as any similar state. Basically, you CAN recover from a "Bricked" states as long as the laptop will actually power on. It's OK if there is no screen, no LED activities, etc. As long as power can course through the laptop then you can follow the recovery method in the 6th post of this topic and successfully boot again. IF you laptop DOES NOT even power up upon pressing the power button, then your BIOS chip needs to be physically de-soldered from the motherboard, and either replaced or directly re-written to. I do NOT know the hardware you need to accomplish the later, but for the former method, as long as some one can provide a link to the BIOS chip purchasing, de-soldering is NOT that complicated and there are 1000's of tutorials on YouTube on how to do it. If this becomes a HUGE problem and more than 100 people suffer from it, I will post a teardown Video along with what chip you need to de-solder and replace.



Table Of Contents Click Here For A List Of Posts And Sections Within Those Posts (Click to show)
1.) How To Dump / Backup / Flash Your System BIOS
_____ 1.A) This Will Include: How To Use FTPw64 To Dump (Or Sometimes Referred To As Backing Up) Your System BIOS Using The FPT Command
_____ 1.B) This Will Include: How To Use FTPw64 To Flash / Reprogram Your System BIOS Using The FPT Command

2.) How To Extract / Insert A Custom Video BIOS File (Or Sometimes Referred To As A vBIOS) Into / From Your System BIOS
_____ 2.A) This Will Include: How To Use MMTool To Extract Your vBIOS File From Your System BIOS
_____ 2.B) This Will Also Include: How To Use MMTool To Insert A Custom vBIOS File Into Your System BIOS

3.) How To Apply Manual Overclocking To Your Graphics Card
_____ 3.A) This Will Include: How To Use MSI Afterburner
_____ 3.B) This Will Also Include: How To Use nVidia Inspector
_____ 3.C) This Will Also Include: How To Use GPUz To Monitor And Read The Technical Information About Your Graphics Card In Real Time
_____ 3.D) This Will Also Include: A Place Holder For Any Other Tools That Can Apply Overclocking To Your Graphics Card

4.) How To Test Your Newly Overclocked nVidia GTX 670MX Graphics Card
_____ 4.A) This Will Include: How To Use 3DMark 11 To Run A Benchmark
_____ 4.B) This Will Also Include: How To Use 3DMark Vantage To Run A Benchmark
_____ 4.C) This Will Also Include: A Place Holder For Any Other Tools That You Can Use To Run A Benchmark

5.) How To Unlock Your System BIOS And Gain Access To Hidden Menu Options
_____ 5.A) This Will Include: How To Use American Megatrends Inc. BIOS Configuration Program (Or Sometimes Referred To As AMIBCP) To Gain Access To The Hidden Menu Options Within Your System BIOS
_____ 5.B) This Will Also Include: How To Use ThrottleStop To Customize How TurboBoost Functions On Your System As Well As Adjust The Clock Multiplier In Order To Stabilize A Higher Speed Or Underclock For Power Saving And Heat Reduction
_____ 5.C) This Will Also Include: How To Use CPUz To To Monitor And Read The Technical Information About Your CPU (Or Sometimes Referred To As A CPU) In Real Time

6.) How To Recover From A SPECIFIC Bricked State
_____ 6.A) This Will Include: How To Determine If Your Brick State Will Allow You To Follow This Recovery Method
_____ 6.B) This Will Potentially Include: How To Disassemble (Or Sometimes Referred To As A Teardown) Your ASUS G75VX Laptop
_____ 6.C) This May Also Potentially Include: How To Solder And Desolder Your BIOS Chip For Replacement

Credits Click Here To See The List Of Credits, Acknowledgements And Contributions That Were Made To This Thread (Click to show)
User: "DaveUnderscore" for doing MORE than I could ever do to help you guys out and more research than I could have ever thought of.

He is the badass of this topic.



User: "httuner" provided the custom vBIOS file that we used in some the tutorials in this thread.

User: "HitMe" for finding and providing the program: "Kepler BIOS Tweaker" which allows us to achieve such amazing performance with our graphics cards by modifying clock and voltage settings.

Users: "jmhdj" and "ppoliut" for providing the instructions on which settings to change in Kepler BIOS Tweaker in order to achieve a higher voltage.

The Company: "American Megatrends Inc." for making the program: "MMTool" that allows us to extract our vBIOS for backing up while we make modifications to them. MMTool also allows us to then insert the modified vBIOS back into our System BIOS.

The Company: "American Megatrends Inc." also made the program: "AMI BIOS Configuration Program (AMIBCP)" that allows us to unlock all, or some, of the features of our System BIOS because: it's our laptop, not ASUS's.

The Corporation: "Intel" for making the program: "Flash Programming Tool for Windows (FPTw)" that allows us to extract our System BIOS's for backing up while we make modifications to them. FPTw64 also allow us to then flash back the BIOS we made to finally apply all of the modifications we've been working so hard on.

Edited by RypeDub - 1/12/16 at 10:48pm
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Section 1: How To Dump / Backup / Flash Your System BIOS

Part One: How To Use FPTw64 To Dump / Backup Your System BIOS
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1.) Download FTPw64 here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/doeqpzr7vgaytmv/FPTw64.zip

2.) Extract some where, I use a folder on my Desktop called: "BIOS Tools/FPTw64/", so that's how you should imagine this process.

3.) Hold the Shift Button and Right Click on any white space in the FPTw64 folder, then click on: "Open command window here".

4.) When the command prompt comes up, type this in to BACK UP / DUMP your BIOS: fptw64 -d BIOS-Backup.rom -BIOS

4.a) Here is the command breakdown: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
"fptw64" is the name of the .exe file, DOS allows programs to run without their extensions, as long as they are .exe/.com/.bat/etc.

"-d" this is a "command switch" which is basically telling the program what to do, in this case -d literally mean dump (which is also how you back up because you could copy and save this dump)

"BIOS-Backup" here is where you would choose a file name you want your dump/backup to be named. I used BIOS-Backup so that I don't forget what it is.

".rom" the .rom is apart of the file name. We use .rom because all of the programs we are using are compatible with a .rom extension, we are NOT using .bin which causes problems some times.

"-BIOS" this is the command switch (which I explained earlier) to tell FPTw64 what to dump. You can dump a lot of things with FPTw64 but we just need the BIOS.

5.) Now, go back into the folder we made for FPTw64: BIOS Tools/FPTw64 and copy or cut the BIOS-Backup.rom file we just made.

6.) Go up one folder, back into BIOS Tools and make a new folder, lets call it: System BIOS, go into that folder and make one last one named: Backup, put the BIOS-Backup.rom file in here.

7.) Copy the BIOS-Backup.rom file one last time, go up one folder into your BIOS Tools/System BIOS/ and make 2 more folders: Unlocked and vBIOS Inserted. Paste a copy in both of these folders.

7.a) The reason I want you to make all these folders and copies is because remember: we are going to be working with our System BIOS and vBIOS so we want to have enough back ups to work with in this mega thread of unlocking the system BIOS and overclocking our vBIOS making our GTX 670mx's more powerful. (You don't have to make the folders, it's just a nice and clean way to organize everything)

Lastly: developers of programs some times impose a specific sequence in which to execute your command, this is why we use the -f then the file name then what to flash. DO NOT switch things around or you will either flash / reprogram the wrong thing which will brick your laptop or nothing will work at all.

The dumped / backed up file will be in the same folder as FPTw64, in which case is: "Desktop/BIOS Tools/FPTw64/BIOS-Backup.rom" for me.

You should get a green message saying: "FPT Operation Passed", if you don't post here and we will help you.


Part Two: How To Use FPTw64 To Flash Your System BIOS Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1.) If you don't already have FPTw64, you can download it from Part One, Step 1 above.

2.) Extract some where, I use a folder on my Desktop called: "BIOS Tools/FPTw64/", so that's how you should imagine this process.

3.) Hold the Shift Button and Right Click on any white space in the FPTw64 folder, then click on: "Open command window here".

4.) When the command prompt comes up, type this in to FLASH your BIOS: fptw64 -f BIOS-Backup.rom -BIOS

4.a) Here is the command breakdown: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
"fptw64" is the name of the .exe file, DOS allows programs to run without their extensions, as long as they are .exe/.com/.bat/etc.

"-f" this is a "command switch" which is basically telling the program what to do, in this case -f literally means flash and is what makes the program copy your new or modified BIOS.

"BIOS-Modified" here is where you would choose a file name you want your dump/backup to be named. I used BIOS-Backup so that I don't forget what it is.

".rom" the .rom is apart of the file name. We use .rom because all of the programs we are using are compatible with a .rom extension, we are NOT using .bin which causes problems some times.

"-BIOS" this is the command switch (which I explained earlier) to tell FPTw64 what to flash / reprogram. You can flash / reprogram a lot of things with FPTw64 but we just need to flash / reprogram the BIOS.

IF IT DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY START THE FLASHING PROCESS AND GIVES YOU A MISMATCH ERROR YOU MUST STOP USING THAT FILE, COME BACK HERE and post back on here what it said, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO NOT IGNORE THIS ERROR!!!

To close out of the command prompt window, hold down the CTRL button and press the C button. This will cancel the process, you can then just exit like any other program by clicking the X in the upper right.
IF YOU ARE GETTING SOME KIND OF ERROR AND IT DOESN'T START FLASHING, YOU CAN CAUSE A MAJOR PROBLEM THAT WILL COST YOU A PRETTY PENNY TO GET FIXED! NOTE THE ERROR IT GAVE YOU AND POST BACK HERE!!!! DO NOT CONTINUE, DO NOT IGNORE AND ERRORS AND CONTINUE FLASHING!!! DO NOT IGNORE A SIZE MISMATCH!!!

5.) If all is well, you might get some warning, not an error, and it'll start erasing blocks and reprogramming them. This is good and what we want, when it's done you'll get a: "Successful" message in green text.
if you DO NOT get a successful, READ ABOVE!!!

6.) Once you see the successful message, shut down the computer normally, do NOT force a shutdown, just a normal Start Menu / Start Screen shutdown. Once your laptop is fully shutdown, you MUST take out your battery, unplug your power cord, then hold the power button for 30 seconds. Every single piece of electronic equipment in the world needs a 30 second press of a power button or a reset button to disperse any remaining electricity or static in order to properly be reflashed with a new Firmware / BIOS. This process will reset your BIOS setting to factory defaults, which is ok. If you need to reconfigure your BIOS, just press the Escape button on your keyboard to get back into the BIOS to set up any custom settings you had previously.

Edited by RypeDub - 1/24/15 at 5:06pm
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Section 2: How To Extract / Insert A Custom Video BIOS File (Or Sometimes Referred To As A vBIOS) Into / From Your System BIOS Using MMTool


Part One: How To Use MMTool To Dump / Backup / Extract Your Video BIOS (sometimes called a vBIOS)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1.) Download MMTool, this is the program that will allow you to Load up your BIOS and insert the custom vBIOS, here is the download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/83er4m

2.) Load up MMTool and then click on the Load Image button and locate the BIOS-Backup.rom we just made in your BIOS Tools/System BIOS/vBIOS Inserted folder.

3.) Now locate and click on the Extract tab.

4.) Once on the Extract Tab, click on Browse and navigate to your BIOS Tools folder. Lets make a new folder: Video BIOS. Go into that folder and make one more: Backup folder.

5.) Where is says File name: lets name our backup: vBIOS-Backup.rom. We are saving our vBIOS right now.

6.) Underneath where it shows the file path, there is a section called: For Option ROM Only. Check the box: Link present, then keep it at the default option, do NOT change the drop down list.

7.) Now click on Extract to the right. We have now just dumped / backed up / extracted our Video BIOS, or vBIOS.

Part Two: How To Use MMTool To Insert Your Custom / Modified Video BIOS (sometimes called a vBIOS) Back Into Your System BIOS
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1.) Download MMTool, this is the program that will allow you to Load up your BIOS and insert the custom vBIOS, here is the download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/83er4m

2.) Load up MMTool and then click on the Load Image button and locate the BIOS-Backup.rom we just made in your BIOS Tools/System BIOS/vBIOS Inserted folder.

3.) Now locate and click on the Extract tab.

4.) Once on the Extract Tab, click on Browse and navigate to your BIOS Tools folder. Lets make a new folder: Video BIOS. Go into that folder and make one more: Backup folder.

5.) Where is says File name: lets name our backup: vBIOS-Backup.rom. We are saving our vBIOS right now.

6.) Underneath where it shows the file path, there is a section called: For Option ROM Only. Check the box: Link present, then keep it at the default option, do NOT change the drop down list.

7.) Now click on Extract to the right. We have now just dumped / backed up / extracted our Video BIOS, or vBIOS.

Edited by RypeDub - 1/24/15 at 2:39pm
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Section 3: How To Apply Manual Overclocking To Your Graphics Card

IF YOU HAVE DONE EVERYTHING IN THIS THREAD TO APPLY AN OVERCLOCK, BUT JUST DON'T SEEM TO BE HITTING ANY CLOCKS YOU ARE SETTING, IT MIGHT BE BECAUSE YOUR GRAPHICS CARD AND CPU NEED TO HAVE THEIR THERMAL PASTE AND THERMAL PADS REPLACED!!!

THIS IS BECAUSE THE THERMAL PASTE / PADS WERE EITHER IMPROPERLY INSTALLED OR ARE DAMAGE OR IS WEARING OUT AND YOUR TEMPERATURES ARE SOO HIGH YOUR CARD IS REDUCING POWER TO KEEP COOL AND PREVENT DAMAGE, THUS DISABLING OVERCLOCKING!!!

PLEASE CHECK THE LAST PAGE FOR INFO ON THIS!!! I WILL BE ADDING A LINK AND TUTORIAL ON HOW TO DO SO SOON!!!

DO NOT USE ARTIC SILVER 5 FOR THE GPU / IN REPLACEMENT OF THERMAL PADS FOR THE GPU!! USE http://www.arcticsilver.com/cmq2.html

THIS IS A TRI-LINEAR CERAMIC BASED THERMAL PASTE AND DOES NOT CONDUCT ELECTRICITY, ARTIC SILVER 5 IS A POLYSYNTHETIC SILVER BASED THERMAL PASTE AND IS VERY SLIGHTLY CAPACITIVE, WHICH COULD POTENTIALLY FRY CIRCUITRY!!!

ARTIC SILVER 5 SHOULD ONLY BE USED ON YOUR CPU
**note: Artic Silver 5 is the actual product, Artic Silver 7 is actually just 7 grams of the AS5 product, do not be fooled by others on the interwebs, and do your own research. hell, email Artic Silver if you'd like.


This section will explain how to use a program called Kepler BIOS Tweaker to modify a Video BIOS (vBIOS) file to apply custom overclocking AND voltage modifications in order to utilize as much power as you can from this amazing graphics card.

I don't have the link right now but the topic is from this site. Google Kepler BIOS Tweaker and that will have the tutorial on how to use the program till I have time to re word it here.

Work in progress, do NOT follow yet Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Open KBT

Click on the Open button in the lower left of the app, navigate to your vBIOS-Backup.rom file, copy it, go up one folder, make a new folder Kepler Edited, paste a copy in there and choose that file to open in KBT

On the main page, change TDP Base Clock to: 993 MHz and Memory Clock to 2400 MHz

Then click on the Voltage Table tab, scroll down to the bottom till you see P05 and P00

Change ALL the sliders, left and right, to 1037.5mV. There are a total of 12 sliders that need to say 1037.5mV.

Now click on the Boost Table tab, move the bottom slider to 993 MHz.

Lastly, click on the Save BIOS button in the bottom left of the app

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How to overclock your Monitor, for the lulz:

http://imgur.com/a/1UE0d

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How to OverClock your Fan Speeds!

http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1070494

Here is the configuration for our laptop: https://mega.nz/#!oEQkjJzQ!OxJa5QMQwNsVuNz549YxVo-PiKoS8hkE2HsRzU1YZV4

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Edited by RypeDub - 9/5/15 at 8:55pm
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Section 4: How To Test Your Newly Overclocked nVidia GTX 670MX Graphics Card
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Section 5: How To Unlock Your System BIOS And Gain Access To Hidden Menu Options


Check the last posts of this thread for more info.
Edited by RypeDub - 2/16/15 at 9:34am
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Section 6: How To Recover From A SPECIFIC Bricked State


http://www.overclock.net/t/1493245/how-to-unlock-the-system-bios-on-an-asus-g75vx-nvidia-gtx-670mx-custom-vbios-overclock-tutorial/300_100#post_24382401


I have encountered a "bricked" state where I changed some option in the BIOS after unlocking 100% of the options (which is completely unnecessary) within the BIOS and was unable to properly bootup.

My "bricked" state was this: I plug in the battery, plug in the AC, green light for charging.

I AM able to power on the laptop (VERY important, I DO NOT know what to do if you CAN NOT power on the laptop)

When it powers on, the keyboard backlight lights up, the CPU and HDD LED blinks.

THEN the LED's stop blinking, then the keyboard backlight turns off, blank / black screen, and only the power and the green battery LED light are active.

I can NOT do ANYTHING in this state.


UNLESS, I power down, hold CTRL and home then power on while holding CTRL and home for just 5 seconds.

The same steps happen again, but this time only for a few seconds, then all the LED's start blinking again, and you see the boot screen, but immediately you get to the ASUS EasyFlash Recovery screen.

To use this, just get another computer, download the STOCK BIOS from here: http://support.asus.com/download/download_item_mkt.aspx?slanguage=en-us&model=G75VX&os=36

Place it onto a FAT/FAT16/FAT32 (NO OTHER PARTITION TABLES SUPPORTED) IN THE ROOT of the drive, NOT in a folder.

RENAME the file to: G75VX.BIN, it should have been named G75VXAS.204 (or .206 or whatever version you are want to go back to stock to), and again: make sure it's in the root of the C:/ drive and NOT in any folder.

Make sure your battery is plugged in and just press ANY key on your keyboard that isn't the ROG button or the power button and it'll start re-programming the BIOS with the stock BIOS, then shut down.

You should now be able to regularly boot up at this point and continue to try different menu options and or flash a new unlocked and modded BIOS.

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You can also place the recovery BIOS file in the root of your hard drive named the same way and it should work that way too. I've done it that way and I've had other users report that it works when USB doesn't.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1493245/how-to-unlock-the-system-bios-on-an-asus-g75vx-nvidia-gtx-670mx-custom-vbios-overclock-tutorial/0_100#post_22861160

That is a post that has more information.
Edited by RypeDub - 9/5/15 at 5:07pm
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Still alive.

Still working on this.

Will add tutorials for the other sections soon.

KNOWN how to Unlock Hidden Menu in SYSTEM BIOS
KNOWN how to Dump your OWN vBIOS
KNOWN how to OVERCLOCK your CPU
KNOWN how to OVERCLOCK your GPU

I started bought this laptop in June 2013.

I started learning how to overclock it in August 2013.

I posted this, the OP a year later. It's been over 2 years since I've had this laptop.

I'm glad I have finally learned what I've been trying to learn.
Edited by RypeDub - 2/16/15 at 9:37am
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Hey so have you found anything about my error?
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I still can't figure out why i am getting that error so i am stuck at step 12....
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