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[REQUEST] Asus eeepc 1025C
#51
(04-30-2014, 03:43 AM)xenon Wrote: Yes, it is confirmed that it works (just nop out the call).

I can confirm, it works Smile
Thanks a lot!!
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#52
Hi, people. I'd like use uefi with gpt on my 1025ce . But i was deleted efi partition. I want recover this partition from another 1025 and change mbr to gpt with paragon partition manager. Can i do it so?
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#53
I want to thank Xenon for sharing u knowledge with us, It work for me too. I have a 1025c
hopefully I can find a solution for the Graphic card coz I get blue screen with the driver GFX_Vista_Win7_64_8.15.8.1050_Beta5. If someone know how to get it right I hoop to hear it. Cheers to all.
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#54
Xenon, Thank you very much, your tip worked perfectly!
by: Brasil. Smile

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#55
Worked for me! Thanks
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#56
Any problem using Linux with x64 enabled and 4GB ram?

Do graphics work well?
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#57
Xenon, Thank you very much, your tip worked perfectly!
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#58
sorry for my bad english - translates Google. I thought at my leisure: who prevents using a piece of code or the entire BIOS file from the AT5NM10-I model, as well as a driver for the x64 system? If I'm not mistaken, this board uses the same chips as in 1025c.
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#59
(12-11-2015, 09:14 AM)LambruscoKid Wrote: I downloaded the BUPDATER flash tool from the asus site. Created a FreeDOS bootable usb with unetbootin. Copied the bupdater and the rom file from Xenon on the USB, booted and flashed. Works like a charm.

There is no need for BUpdater, unetbootin and FreeDOS in the case, if we speak about the Asus Eee PC 1025CE model. It has integrated Updater. Enter BIOS Setup (Esc), and select: Advanced > Start Easy Flash.

All you need to do is: a) to format USB drive into FAT; b) to write ROM file on it (better to rename it to format 8.3, asus1301.ROM, for example); c) to restart, to enter BIOS Setup, to enter Start Easy Flash, to choose ROM file, to start flashing and to wait until it is finished. Profit!
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(06-09-2017, 08:00 PM)Frenel Wrote: Any problem using Linux with x64 enabled and 4GB ram?

Do graphics work well?

You're probably interested in exact combination of 64 bit mode and in the same time of 4 GB RAM installed.

But just in case: the xenon's mod unlocks 64 bit mode and at least Xubuntu 17.10 64 bit works on top of it as intended with 2 GB of RAM, everything's fine with graphics.

By the way, thanks to xenon! I hope it is safe, though.
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