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[REQUEST] Acer Aspire E5-573(G) BIOS Unlock
#11
How do I downgrade? Acer only has flashers for v1.13.

-karatekidmonkey

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#12
I am Sorry : (

Buy the Tools and I will help You to make this job !
Look here :

https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...val?page=3

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#13
Those Acer support "professionals"....

-karatekidmonkey

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#14
Hi,

I also have the same laptop with the same specs. I was wondering if you can try to unlock the latest bios version for the laptop.

My laptop is  running the bios revision 5, version 1.25

I already ran the tool and here is the rom file it produced:
     https://www.dropbox.com/s/h9e79c5iivtkrv...p.rom?dl=0

Here is the link to the bios file from Acer:
     http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/...ER&SC=PA_6

(By the way, should I have posted a new request or is it fine here? Also is it OK to attach files instead of pasting a link?)

Thanks.
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#15
Use this tool run It as Admin and upload here the result file :

http://rghost.net/7GBZt7FVt

http://rghost.net/53128665

let me know
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#16
(09-16-2015, 02:00 PM)BDMaster Wrote: Use this tool run It as Admin and upload here the result file :

http://rghost.net/7GBZt7FVt

http://rghost.net/53128665

let me know
Regards

Thanks for the quick reply.

Result file from BACKUP_Tools12:
     https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2125...esults.rar

I tried running the Universal Bios Backup application, but it "Can not identify the BIOS".
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#17
I just checked the results file and noticed the same errors too. 

It just hit me, but would the errors possibly have something to do with the installation being UEFI based? Windows is currently installed on a GPT partition table and that may be why I am getting errors.

If so, I will swap out my hard drive and install Windows on an MBR partition and run the tools again.

I'll post my results here sometime this week.
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#18
I couldn't wait so I went ahead and made the changes. This time both tools worked.

Here are the files:

http://rghost.net/7nzrCFntx

http://rghost.net/75khRv6HJ

I did see the same errors occurred though, so that might mean there isn't any luck for me Sad
I'll wait on your answers though.

Thanks.
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#19
(09-19-2015, 08:21 PM)DuctTapeSamurai Wrote: I just checked the results file and noticed the same errors too. 

It just hit me, but would the errors possibly have something to do with the installation being UEFI based? Windows is currently installed on a GPT partition table and that may be why I am getting errors.

If so, I will swap out my hard drive and install Windows on an MBR partition and run the tools again.

I'll post my results here sometime this week.

(09-20-2015, 12:26 AM)DuctTapeSamurai Wrote: I couldn't wait so I went ahead and made the changes. This time both tools worked.

Here are the files:

http://rghost.net/7nzrCFntx

http://rghost.net/75khRv6HJ

I did see the same errors occurred though, so that might mean there isn't any luck for me Sad
I'll wait on your answers though.

Thanks.

Please do not hijack threads with those random posts that are nearly totally unrelated to the original discussion.

BDMaster: I have downgraded to v1.11. Could you relink that bios backup tool?

-karatekidmonkey

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#20
hello,
I bought a new laptop of acer.
Model no. is Aspire E5-573G-35D9
i3-4005u 1.7ghz (wants to overclock upto 2.2ghz)
i can't see many option in bios settings like advanced,configuration etc.

here is bios link : http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/...R&SC=AAP_2

hope some one will help me Smile
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