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Unlock BIOS ACER Aspire 6930G
Hello everyone!
I wanted to know if it was possible to unlock the BIOS of that laptop,
an Aspire 6930G ... or if it was already unlocked the link because I have not found anything so far ...
I mainly interested in the possibility of:
_ Adjust the fan
_ Enable the OC, managing frequencies and voltages

I thank all those who want to help me out Wink
regards Luke
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Please provide a link to the BIOS download, you can find this on the manufacturers website.

Thanks.

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Thank you for the answer ...
This is the link to the BIOS ...

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/...SC=EMEA_17
you can unlock it ...?
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http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer/465...-a-13.html

Post #126

But the link is dead... Undecided
You can find it here :

https://rs944tl.rapidshare.com/#!downloa...C78E4A|0|0


One of the most interesting option, is the possibility of disabling Speedstep option (to avoid CPU-throttling for example).

Perhaps a deeper work is possible to update some option rom,a better DSDT table,etc....

I'm interested by an updated release too

Regards,Ray

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(02-11-2012, 11:29 PM)DoZe Wrote: http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer/465...-a-13.html

Post #126

But the link is dead... Undecided
You can find it here :

https://rs944tl.rapidshare.com/#!downloa...C78E4A|0|0


One of the most interesting option, is the possibility of disabling Speedstep option (to avoid CPU-throttling for example).

Perhaps a deeper work is possible to update some option rom,a better DSDT table,etc....

I'm interested by an updated release too

Regards,Ray

Hi, I'm looking for this unlocked bios for disabling my Aspire 6930g's steepstep option but the links I found so far all dead. Can you re-upload again please? Thanks for the trouble.Blush
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(10-16-2012, 01:28 PM)vikont Wrote:
(02-11-2012, 11:29 PM)DoZe Wrote: http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer/465...-a-13.html

Post #126

But the link is dead... Undecided
You can find it here :

https://rs944tl.rapidshare.com/#!downloa...C78E4A|0|0


One of the most interesting option, is the possibility of disabling Speedstep option (to avoid CPU-throttling for example).

Perhaps a deeper work is possible to update some option rom,a better DSDT table,etc....

I'm interested by an updated release too

Regards,Ray

Hi, I'm looking for this unlocked bios for disabling my Aspire 6930g's steepstep option but the links I found so far all dead. Can you re-upload again please? Thanks for the trouble.Blush

I too would appreciate a new link.
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Hi,

I also have interest in this bios.
Please provide us a working link?

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Vaako

Regards, Vaako
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Hi
The bios for this notebook is a phoenix bios and not Insyde bios.
Please download bios from here http://www.mediafire.com/?eky823ylp2mzwvq, it's bios original version 3238 modded by Kizwan.
It was me that originally asked to mod this bios.

Flash it at your own risk, check exactly the model of your notebook otherwise you risk to broke your notebook.
Crisis disk for this notebook http://www.mediafire.com/?zdng0nzimdi to help in case of wrong flash.

Acer Aspire 6930G
Acer Aspire One AO110
Acer Aspire 5630
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Thank you so much!!!!

Do you now what is changed in this bios vs the original one?

The notebook is an Aspire 6930G-734G32Bn
It has nVidia 9600M GS video card onboard

I have pretty much "video driver crashes" causes by FlashPlayer when viewing multiple video's at the same time.
Do you experiencing the same?

Regards, Vaako
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(11-19-2012, 03:24 PM)Vaako Wrote: Thank you so much!!!!

Do you now what is changed in this bios vs the original one?

The notebook is an Aspire 6930G-734G32Bn
It has nVidia 9600M GS video card onboard

I have pretty much "video driver crashes" causes by FlashPlayer when viewing multiple video's at the same time.
Do you experiencing the same?

I'll try to take some real screenshots of bios and post it here.

What OS are you using?
I can arrange all type of drivers for this notebbok all tested by me. Also one one 6930G (typing this lines on it)

Video driver i have installed is the v306.97 and no problems here.

Had problems with latest Realtek hd driver cause micro had huge amount of static downgraded and no problems now

Acer Aspire 6930G
Acer Aspire One AO110
Acer Aspire 5630
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