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(Request) Acer E1-410 Bios Unlock Legacy mode
#11
It's not only bios backup problem as we have to flash back bios in Eeprom, so We have to get working FPT.
If You tried both version 8.1 and 9.5 from Windows and from dos out of luck We have not any chance, may be You cannot use well FPT.
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#12
(03-05-2014, 01:08 PM)BDMaster Wrote: It's not only bios backup problem as we have to flash back bios in Eeprom, so We have to get working FPT.
If You tried both version 8.1 and 9.5 from Windows and from dos out of luck We have not any chance, may be You cannot use well FPT.
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Can you let me know how to use method FPT backup? Please...
Thank you reply
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#13
You need to be able to dump with FPT, try DOS version, create a DOS bootable USB with rufus and run the command

FPT.exe -d biosbackup.bin -bios

in same folder as fpt.exe is of course, if no go, upload a image of the error you are getting
Is your computer series 6 or 7 or other? if u dont know post a picture of CPU-z program running

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(03-06-2014, 12:27 AM)fjfc Wrote: You need to be able to dump with FPT, try DOS version, create a DOS bootable USB with rufus and run the command

FPT.exe -d biosbackup.bin -bios

in same folder as fpt.exe is of course, if no go, upload a image of the error you are getting
Is your computer series 6 or 7 or other? if u dont know post a picture of CPU-z program running

I think still cannot because this laptop use 2014 new generation Intel Bay Trail chips.
Then I cannot use boot DOS in UEFI system.
Bios no Legacy Mode. Thank Your relpy.
You have other method backup program?
You search this mode will know.
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#15
(03-06-2014, 02:44 AM)feelix Wrote:
(03-06-2014, 12:27 AM)fjfc Wrote: You need to be able to dump with FPT, try DOS version, create a DOS bootable USB with rufus and run the command

FPT.exe -d biosbackup.bin -bios

in same folder as fpt.exe is of course, if no go, upload a image of the error you are getting
Is your computer series 6 or 7 or other? if u dont know post a picture of CPU-z program running

I think still cannot because this laptop use 2014 new generation Intel Bay Trail chips.
Then I cannot use boot DOS in UEFI system.
Bios no Legacy Mode. Thank Your relpy.
You have other method backup program?
You search this mode will know.

Yes, there actually is another approach, one that changes manually only the settings that you want with EFI shell and it is described in russian in CodeRush forum OR in the insyde bios requests forum here, the name of the topic is
[READ FIRST] access Advanced settings through EFI shell
And it it pinned

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#16
(03-06-2014, 04:56 AM)fjfc Wrote:
(03-06-2014, 02:44 AM)feelix Wrote:
(03-06-2014, 12:27 AM)fjfc Wrote: You need to be able to dump with FPT, try DOS version, create a DOS bootable USB with rufus and run the command

FPT.exe -d biosbackup.bin -bios

in same folder as fpt.exe is of course, if no go, upload a image of the error you are getting
Is your computer series 6 or 7 or other? if u dont know post a picture of CPU-z program running

I think still cannot because this laptop use 2014 new generation Intel Bay Trail chips.
Then I cannot use boot DOS in UEFI system.
Bios no Legacy Mode. Thank Your relpy.
You have other method backup program?
You search this mode will know.

Yes, there actually is another approach, one that changes manually only the settings that you want with EFI shell and it is described in russian in CodeRush forum OR in the insyde bios requests forum here, the name of the topic is
[READ FIRST] access Advanced settings through EFI shell
And it it pinned

Thank your reply.
I think I will wait the acer website come out new bios then send address to you.
Thank
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#17
I have studied the same problem on E1-510 and there are no CSM or legacy OptionROMs in this new BIOSes, which means no Legacy mode anymore.
It can't be "unlocked", because there is no legacy code in this BIOS at all, sorry.
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