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[Solved] T7600 cpu support on sony vgn-fe21hr
#1
hi guys! can anybody help my out with phoenix bios for sny vgn-fe21hr?
its currently run T2300E
i buy from china T7600 for this socket M. When i replace it - notebook not run at all.
last bios for it R0130J3
link - http://www.sony.ru/support/ru/content/cn...VGN-FE21HR
also would be good unlock this bios because its almost empty at menus Smile
i attached phoenix bios file so ...
waiting for any help!!!!


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.wph   R0130J3.WPH (Size: 1 MB / Downloads: 3)
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#2
Please tell sSpec of your new CPU.
Post screenshots of first (CPU) & third (Mainboard) tabs of CPU-Z with native CPU.
Did you tried to boot your laptop with new CPU but without the battery? And with one DIMM only.
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[attachment=11095 Wrote:DeathBringer pid='116847' dateline='1473605053']     Please tell sSpec of your new CPU.
Post screenshots of first (CPU) & third (Mainboard) tabs of CPU-Z with native CPU.
Did you tried to boot your laptop with new CPU but without the battery? And with one DIMM only.

sSpec of new CPU is SL9SD
and ya i tryed it without battery and with one dimm only - no way for boot. with old cpu all works fine again.
let me a minute for cpu-z on laptop... Smile will post pics asap.
okay there it is!
update: motherboard mbx-149


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#4
I think it's SL9SD.
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(09-11-2016, 11:52 AM)DeathBringer Wrote: I think it's SL9SD.

yap changed the post to right spec
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#6
Your BIOS doesn't support Core 2 Duo.
Try to flash BIOS for VGN-FE31HR. It uses the same motherboard (MBX-149) but newer revision. And its BIOS supports Core 2 Duo.
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#7
ok i`ll try and will let u know asap!
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[attachment=11097 Wrote:disphb pid='116853' dateline='1473613638']ok i`ll try and will let u know asap!

its worked!!!! thx u very much!


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#9
Nice news!
Please add "[Solved]" to topic's header by editing first post in this topic.
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