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HP MCP61PM-HM (Nettle2) 5.27 With Unlocked Overclocking Options
I also looked. But not found
At Bios There is no such function, at least not found.
Normally it would be the following adjustments:
RAS
CAS
.........................


Ortega
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mental.

i was at work and found a barebones athlon x2 4000 system with this board in it.

i currently await ram and a case for the fella as the original is knackered, i was looking for drivers when i came across unlocking bioses, which i never knew existed before now.

it was to my surprise that i found that not only is this bios hackable, but that there is a whole bunch of people who've played about with it and sweated on it AND are still working away on it nowadays!

this is a nice wee find, thanks for your hard work, i shall fiddle with the device =o)
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The store manager at my job was having trouble with his computer. I gave it a look, and saw that the motherboard had numerous failing capacitors. I found that it was made by ECS, and that the standard retail ECS version was available. I had him order one, and I swapped it for him.

I decided to see if I could replace the capacitors on the failing board, hoping to have something I could use to run folding at home on. I salvaged good capacitors from some dead motherboards I have, and soldered them on. The operation was a success! But, the stock CPU fan was apparently a variable speed unit - and the one I had was not. It turned very slowly, and the POST screen warned me that the CPU fan was failing. I began looking for a way to defeat the BIOS fan control, so the CPU fan would run full speed, and I came across this thread. I downloaded and flashed this BIOS, and the board is working great! Not only does it now work with a standard CPU fan (the one I'm using is a stock one for a socket 939), but I now have access to all of the CMOS options that the OEMs take pains to keep people from touching. Thank you!
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(03-05-2011, 01:54 PM)TheWiz Wrote: Hi all,

We only have had one tester get the quad cores working, so we think we may have to find a new BIOS for the quad core support. As of now, I know that the 5600+ is the highest tested dual core working. I wil do some testing today and see if I can find a BIOS suitable for quad core support.

Thanks,
TheWiz

I've flashed with the latest bios and it works fine with my old slow Sempron 3600+ starting up quicker than the original Compaq 5.27 bios did. I got my hands on a Phenom x4 9350e very cheap but it won't start at all which looks like it is expected. Very keen to hear if you can get quad support in there.
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Not seem to have more news for now ....., we wait to see if an update comes out more or go A few more more to support the quad-coreCool
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Thanks for the update. I've ended up getting a new motherboard which was a bit cheap and only has two RAM slots but supports the Phenom and it runs well. I would still like to switch back to the Nettle2 if possible at some point.
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I know this post is redundant but I am just wondering if one of you guys can give us an update on how the research is going with quad core support.
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I am trying to flash the BIOS on an hp media center m8200n with this board. I'm using the instructions on the first thread. At the end, after typing in awdflash M613Z_19.BIN /py /sn /cc / cd /cp /wb /r and hitting enter, I get a screen explaining what all the commands do, and another c> The system does not restart. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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Hi All,

I'm new to this thread, having taken responsibility today for upgrading a Nettle2 system for a relative as far as I can. I noticed that this mobo has the exact same chipset as my other HTPC mobo by ASUS (M2NPV-VM) ie NVIDIA GeForce 6150, nForce 430.

The M2NPV-VM has a bios version that supports PhenomII (ver 5005) at:
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock...M/5005.zip

I had requested in another thread to add support for the AMD AthlonII X2 265 to that bios, but I wonder if the ASUS 5005 bios might be useful to extract modules and help add Phenom II support to this Nettle2 board?

just a thought... Smile

Cheers,
djk
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I successfully flashed the m613z_19.bin BIOS from the first page onto a MCP61PM-HM Nettle 2 mobo from a Compaq Presario SR51480AN with stock 4800+ (ADO4800IAA5DD) and it worked fine, yay! Smile

Ever the hopeful soul, I bought a Phenom II X2 555 BE 80W (HDZ555WFK2DGM) today and popped it in, but no joy. I reset the settings by removing the power cord, the CMOS battery and did the blue jumper swap according to the instructions at http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bizsupp...=c01077676 all at the same time, but all to no avail - when I turn it on there are fans spinning fast, but nothing on the monitor, and no beeps. Sad

Is there a different BIOS I should have tried, or is the 555 not supported yet?

Cheers,
djk
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