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Phoenix Bios v3.60 on Acer Aspire 5612 Unlocking Request
#1
Hello Forum!
I've changed the CPU of my Acer Aspire 5612 from Core Duo T2xxx to Core2Duo T7600, which has Virtualization and 64 bit.
I don't know which menu it's possible to unlock, the only thing i've found in the Forum is about AHCI and it seems that it's not present.
What I need (if possible), is Virtualization and other features that You can discover/unhide

This is BIOS link:

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/...SC=EMEA_17

who is the saint to whom can I offer a beer ? Angel

Thank You
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#2
No one can help me? Sad
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#3
Help!
Why the world is ignoring me? Sad
Please let me know if it's possible, if there's something to unlock and if anyone can help me!
I will donate with all my heart and soul! Smile

Thank you

@Mods please let me know if I've posted something wrong, thank you.
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#4
Hello Jupy,

You have not posted anything wrong.  I have been busy with schoolwork lately.

I will take a look at your BIOS image.

~Steven

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#5
Hello Steve, thank you!
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#6
Hello Jupy,

Your BIOS mod is complete. The BIOS image can be found at the bottom of this post.

Unfortunately, there were not very many settings to add in this BIOS image. Furthermore, this BIOS image has incredibly limited space for adding settings. I have added VT-x to the Advanced Menu, but there was no mention of AHCI in the BIOS image.

Generic Warnings/Disclaimers:

Quote:Please remember to take proper precautions when flashing your BIOS. Even if the BIOS image is safe, the flashing process can still fail. Make sure that [if applicable] your notebook is fully charged (100%), that the power adapter is properly connected, and that the chance of a power outage occurring is as minimal as possible. Do not interrupt the flashing process. If possible, it is a good idea to have a working CRISIS recovery disk handy when flashing your BIOS. Use the flashing instructions for your particular computer brand. DO NOT DO ANYTHING UNNECESSARY!!!

I take absolutely NO responsibility for ANY damages that may occur to you, your computer, your personal belongings, your neighbor's cat, or any other personnel or equipment as a direct or indirect result or consequence of your, or any one else's, use or misuse of any of the files that are in this archive at the present or at any time in the past or the future. You assume full responsibility for any damages or inconveniences that may occur by choosing to flash, or otherwise use or misuse, this image or any of the other files within this archive.

Have fun! Smile

Please remember to post the results of the BIOS flash!

HASH VERIFICATION (DigitalVolcano's HashTool v1.1):
MDA5: 7398045648b8a2c13cbf2aba8f70e955
SHA-1: 2f96f3e8f54056a7f6c78d75be5711b5af48f71d


Attached Files
.rar   BL50360A.rar (Size: 742.34 KB / Downloads: 40)

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#7
Hello Steven,
You are absolutely amazing (and fast)! Thank you! I will prepare a crisis disk and then i will flash it!
Tomorrow after work, I will post the results.
Thanks again!
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#8
Absolutely perfect Steven! Heart
I'm very grateful for your precious work...You're more fast to mod the bios then me to try it! Big Grin
I find & enabled the Virtualization option under advanced menu and used securable with a 32 bit system that results locked on!

If I can stole some more minutes to your time, I would ask 2 more things:
1 - due the lack of options and space (so sad Sad ), it's possible to enable graphic memory allocation options?
2 - I've got an issue with new wifi card, googling around seems that there's no whitelist but Windows still can't start the device (error code 10), liveOS, instead, can. Is there something in the bios that can block or "disturb" the network card?

Thanks again.
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#9
You are welcome! I am glad that it worked for you.

I will search for settings related to graphics. For support regarding WiFi issues, I would recommend that you PM BDMaster.

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#10
Hello Jupy,

There are a few unlinked graphics memory allocation settings in your BIOS image. I will add these to one of the menus and then reupload the modified BIOS image.

~Steven

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