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Clevo M860TU / Sager NP8660 unlock request
(11-15-2011, 07:09 PM)Intruder2k7 Wrote: Hello guys,
I am new in this field. I want to update my bios with the version from above but I don't know how to do that. Could anyone help me with a tutorial or a readme??
Thanks a lot!

there is a link here;

and one in my signature.

(09-11-2011, 12:36 PM)R3MU5 Wrote: Sorry for not reporting sooner, but I wanted to finish some work and backup my system before flashing my Bios. (Better safe than sorry! Wink)

First of all I would like to thank you for the time and effort you put into this.

Now about your mod:
  • Flashing was successful! (Obviously Big Grin)
  • Many things were unlocked and a new menu was created called Intel that had various options available to change. (acpi, wol, vtx, txt, etc )
  • Unfortunately I did not find an option to actually change the fsb.
Is having the option to change the fsb something possible? (One might say to use setfsb - but unfortunately this chipset is not supported and will never be as stated by the author).

Hey folks,

can anybody help me out here? I did the flash and it all seems to work (there is an extra menu called "Intel" with a lot of new options), but I cannot find where to activate Wake on LAN. Sad

Where is it hidden? Wink
Hello, I do own a Clevo m860tu Notebook running BIOS v. 1.02.17

I was encountering some problems with my VGA crashing when running at default clock speeds and was told to try upping the VGA voltages a small bit. I was in the process of editing the voltage values for the VGA BIOS, but I can't up it above 1.11Volts. My guess is that there is a restriction on the side of the Motherboard BIOS not supplying more than then 1.11Volt for the VGA.

So my question is (before flashing) if this (requested by R3MU5) unlocked BIOS adds an option to control the VGA voltages.

Best regards,
i will try the bios
works great
thanks again.

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