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Asus N73SV
#1
Hello!
First i would like to greet everybody since i am new in this community.
I have some problems with the Nvidia Optimus (does not work with 3DTV Play) on my notebook and i would like to know if there would be a way to deactivate the Intel IGP and use Nvidia as Primary display adapter and since in my bios setup i dont have any Hardware Config Options except the boot priority and some passwords i would like to ask if Please somebody take a look at my BIOS ROM and please tell me if there is any chance that it could be modded and display all the hidden options in setup.

Thank you!


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.zip   N73SVAS306.zip (Size: 1.15 MB / Downloads: 50)
.zip   AMIBCP4.53.zip (Size: 1.71 MB / Downloads: 98)
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#2
You're may be lucky.

Try this:

Open the bios with AMIBCP. Find the option you want to enable. Change the access/use to "user".
Then save and flash.

AMIBCP doesn't corrupt your bios (I checked with hexworkshop). So you're safe as long as you don't change anything other than the access/use.
But I don't think it's possible to disable the IGP because it is connected to your display.
The NVidia GPU is not directly connected to your display AFAIK, so disable the IGP = black screen and possibly useless system.
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(02-18-2012, 04:34 AM)moral hazard Wrote: You're may be lucky.

Try this:

Open the bios with AMIBCP. Find the option you want to enable. Change the access/use to "user".
Then save and flash.

AMIBCP doesn't corrupt your bios (I checked with hexworkshop). So you're safe as long as you don't change anything other than the access/use.
But I don't think it's possible to disable the IGP because it is connected to your display.
The NVidia GPU is not directly connected to your display AFAIK, so disable the IGP = black screen and possibly useless system.

Thank you for your reply I did this but still no Chipset configuration visible. but i can get all the advanced Feauters intead (e.g. Overclocking)
I have tryed disabling IGPU by setting its default values with AMIBCP to disabled and restoring bios to default settings after flash and i got a blank screen no video on display outputs (LCD, HDMI, VGA) but the system was booting to windows i also heard the windows start-up sound so i made a dosboot usbstick with afudos and the original bios rom and i configured in autoexec.bat to automatically reflash my Bios and now everything is working normal.

p.s. its not a matter of bios but i think that Nvidia should improve its 3DTV Play sofware before selling it and guaranteeing that is 100% compatible with Optimus systems
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Try edit this line
Quote:[Image: bios.jpg]
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Download the latest versions of ASUS drivers for Windows 10. The list includes Smart Gesture, ATK Package, Audio, Bluetooth, WLAN, LAN, Graphics, Card Reader, USB Charger+, BIOS and more.
After upgrading to Windows 10 on my ASUS notebook, I faced some issues like the one with the touchpad. So, I decided to update all the drivers and tools to the latest versions.

In order to save you some time, I will post here the complete list with all the latest official drivers for Windows 10, since I had to search for every latest version through the ASUS support site.
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Hi. I upgraded the BIOS and got the "BIOS Black edition"))
1. Downloaded the bios N73SVAS306 and AMIBCP4.53
2. Changed the value of the Advanced/SATA Configuration:
SATA Controller (s) - USER
Serial ATA Port 0 - USER
Serial ATA Port 1 - USER
Serial ATA Port 2 - USER
3. Update BIOS
After the upgrade, the screen and the backlight of the screen, VGA-HDMI turned off. But Windows was loaded)) I got control through Radmin and restored the work.
What have I done wrong?
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