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Acer Aspire L5100 R02-A1 With Unlocked Overclocking Options
#21
Hi, thanks for the reply, the follow-up is really easy.

BUT, neither the original aspire L5100 bios update R02-A1 from Acer's website or the modified one from this thread are good to flash... I always get the following error :
The Program File's Part Number does not match with your system

I've uploaded my R01-A1 dump right here : http://rapidshare.com/files/382575297/awdbios.zip.html made with winflash, and this dump works well in the DOS flash utility.
just in case

Thanks
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#22
(05-02-2010, 03:11 AM)pierrandre Wrote: Hi, thanks for the reply, the follow-up is really easy.

BUT, neither the original aspire L5100 bios update R02-A1 from Acer's website or the modified one from this thread are good to flash... I always get the following error :
The Program File's Part Number does not match with your system

I've uploaded my R01-A1 dump right here : http://rapidshare.com/files/382575297/awdbios.zip.html made with winflash, and this dump works well in the DOS flash utility.
just in case

Thanks

shoot us an everest screen shot of the motherboard specs/name etc.

Nick
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#23
Hi,

link is already dead,

I'm looking for updating my L5100 bios (SN 92GGL9ZCYP), i'm just upgrading my memory for 2 slots of 2Gb, but Bios only recognize 3.11Gb.

Is there a remapping memory option somewhere?

Acer supports can't guarantee me over than 2Gb.

Does anyone have a solution?

Thanks,
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#24
Ok,
i was blind yesterday, I've just found the remapping option,

I've got my 4Gb on bios and Win7, but now i have sound crackling and video's lagging...

Grrrr Angry
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#25
(03-08-2012, 08:08 AM)DeadKenny Wrote: Ok,
i was blind yesterday, I've just found the remapping option,

I've got my 4Gb on bios and Win7, but now i have sound crackling and video's lagging...

Grrrr Angry

hello im new in here i did upgrade to 4Gb ram and win7 64bits, bios B0, same audio problem and video lagg... have you tried overclocked bios?
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#26
(06-08-2012, 01:08 AM)ivancho Wrote: hello im new in here i did upgrade to 4Gb ram and win7 64bits, bios B0, same audio problem and video lagg... have you tried overclocked bios?

no, sorry,

i've set off my remapping memory option:
bios detects 3.11Gb
win7 quotes 4gb installed but 3gb usable...

but no more crack or lagg

in my case, i can't upgrade to R02-xx, give me an error in formating bios...

k.
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#27
Hi,
i come back on this topic,

just to remember:

- i've got the R01-BO bios with SLIC2.1 (http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/showthread.php?mode=threaded&tid=1239&pid=4913#pid4913), impossible to upgrade to R02-A1 give me error when flashing.

-i put, on march, 4Go RAM memory, impossible to work Win7 perfectly gives me sound crackling and video lagging when i remap memory, so i'm turning with 3Go RAM

-I've just bought a SSD Drive to complete the last upgrade of this computer, and i can't find the AHCI drive option on bios to unleash my SSD Drive.

Is there a possibility to add this option? or to have a whole complete bios with :
-overclocking,
-virtualization and
-slic 2.1 for win7
-good remapping for 4Go RAM
-AHCI drive option

Thanks,

K.
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#28
Hi,

sorry for digging out this old thread, but is it possible to post the modded R02-A1 Bios again, since it is newer than the R01-B0 one.

Thank you very much.
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#29
(05-25-2014, 05:11 AM)ba990300 Wrote: Hi,

sorry for digging out this old thread, but is it possible to post the modded R02-A1 Bios again, since it is newer than the R01-B0 one.

Thank you very much.

R01-B0 :

http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/AMI/Acer/Acer%...34s282.zip

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#30
Thanks alot for your fast reaction.

You don't happen to have the R02-A1 Bios image, too?
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