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[REQUEST] Huawei MateBook D 14 AMD (KPL-W00) BIOS Unlock.
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(05-05-2019, 11:40 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Thanks,  I can't tell for sure, most places say similar to this "System shared" for speed/amount, and I see Max of 4GB at a few places, some say 2GB max
https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/ra...ga-8.c3042

So this is controlled by the BIOS I'm sure, but unsure if there is/should be a default minimum amount, but it shouldn't be 1GB as a required amount
I'll dig around in the BIOS again and see if I can find something controlling this.

See if you can dump the entire BIOS with Universal BIOS backup Toolkit - this will set off virus warnings, so disable before you download and use.  It's window cannot be moved, and it will freeze while running, wait while it reads and then you can close once done.  Click read, then save button will appear when it's done, save the file and upload for me to check
https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details...olkit.html

I've managed to export bios using this tool, bios version 1.22

Could you check it? if its possible to unlock VRAM setting?


Link to bios - https://mega.nz/#!2fwVxaAB!FR3GC6l9PKcgf...DCQQ9TzaTg
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(11-22-2019, 12:51 PM)abuson Wrote:
(05-05-2019, 11:40 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Thanks,  I can't tell for sure, most places say similar to this "System shared" for speed/amount, and I see Max of 4GB at a few places, some say 2GB max
https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/ra...ga-8.c3042

So this is controlled by the BIOS I'm sure, but unsure if there is/should be a default minimum amount, but it shouldn't be 1GB as a required amount
I'll dig around in the BIOS again and see if I can find something controlling this.

See if you can dump the entire BIOS with Universal BIOS backup Toolkit - this will set off virus warnings, so disable before you download and use.  It's window cannot be moved, and it will freeze while running, wait while it reads and then you can close once done.  Click read, then save button will appear when it's done, save the file and upload for me to check
https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details...olkit.html

I've managed to export bios using this tool, bios version 1.22

Could you check it? if its possible to unlock VRAM setting?


Link to bios - https://mega.nz/#!2fwVxaAB!FR3GC6l9PKcgf...DCQQ9TzaTg

That BIOS only has ASUS in the text and I can not find HUAWEI. You sure that it the 1.22 for Huawei MateBook D 14 AMD?
References 1APTC015.ROM and p8z68.rom
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I also need that dedicated memory upgrade
Link to the BIOS -> https://yadi.sk/d/-JGH7qZ5IbxjFQ
I'm okay to pay for it.
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Hello everyone!

Looking for some help, I have a Matebook D 14 and it would be great to access some advanced options in the BIOS. If you could give me tips or check it our yourself, it would be greatly appreciated!
Model number and name are in the title of the thread, it's a AMD machine. What I'm looking for is an "Advanced" menu in the BIOS or menus related to "AMD CBS", like iGPU memory size and RAM speed/timings, etc.

The BIOS itself is very basic currently, but under H2OUVE I can see options for plenty of things, sadly neither writing directly to the NVRAM or to a BIOS image work. If you have or could guide me towards a working H2OUVE that can write, then I could try that approach first (or maybe I'm missing something obvious?)

Been looking around forums and I've seen there has been interest for this BIOS to include some advanced features but the threads always die before anyone tries, i.e. an offer is made but the OP does not reply anymore. I didn't want to necro any of those old threads though. If things should go bad, I also have a SPI flasher at hand, hopefully it won't be needed though (also, if anyone here might know, is there a easy USB flash stick method of BIOS recovery for these newer Insyde2H0 BIOSes?)

I've included a image of my current BIOS as an attachment. Digging out a image from the official BIOS update is also possible but isn't as straight forward (needs 7z, UEFI tool, etc).

If anyone has any ideas, tips or wants to try something, please let me know! These laptops are still very decent and now can be had for very little on the second hand market, being able to configure them slightly better (i.e. if you don't play any games, reduce dedicated iGPU to gain more general RAM or if you do play games, might be possible to increase the timings and frequency of the memory slightly, as the iGPU and Zen in general benefit greatly from faster RAM).

Thanks!


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