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Postby garyperso06 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 17:59

Can I use R0112N2' 390N file for my 91S ?
UX 280P Windows 7 & UX 91S Windows 7

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Postby smnc » Sat Feb 27, 2010 18:37

Yes. Any model BIOS file will work on any other model of UX. You will need to edit your model.txt file to say Model = "UX-390n" and then lock it before reunning th BIOS update though. (The 'model.txt' trick)
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Postby garyperso06 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 19:40

Dont worry about that, im gonna extract it.

Thanks for your answer mate !
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Postby smnc » Sat Feb 27, 2010 21:06

No problem... Wanna give me a copy of that when you're done, for my UX archive?

Thanks!
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Postby garyperso06 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 21:45

UX 280P Windows 7 & UX 91S Windows 7

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Postby smnc » Wed Mar 03, 2010 01:18

Thanks! It'll be going up on the archive this week!
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UX90S - Stock - Windows XP - en route to RunCore China for testing and a new SSD.

UX380CN - Kingspec 64GB SSD Mod testbed:D


P530CH - Just arrived! - Atom Z520, 60GB, 2GB - Windows 7 Ultimate Signature

Toshiba Tecra M9 - Core2Duo T7100, Intel 5350ABGN/WiMax, 160GB SATA, 3GB DDR2 - Windows 7 Professional

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Postby princecheck13 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:58

I am struggling to understand how to enable Intel VT on this server. If anyone could provide steps on how to do this it would be much appreciated.I understand that it should be doable via the BIOS, however I cannot find the option. I have checked the HP site, and this server is VT capable.

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Postby bigs » Sat Aug 21, 2010 22:04

princecheck13 wrote:I am struggling to understand how to enable Intel VT on this server. If anyone could provide steps on how to do this it would be much appreciated.I understand that it should be doable via the BIOS, however I cannot find the option. I have checked the HP site, and this server is VT capable.


check out the first post on this thread. Requires bios hacking skills :)

Not sure if I need to bother enabling myself since I only have 512mb model. hehe

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Postby MrC » Tue Apr 05, 2011 02:57

The Bios update only Sony's website is only for Vista. How do I update the bios under XP?

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Postby javispedro » Thu Feb 21, 2013 00:22

Just for the record, if you are using BIOS version R0073N2 (aka latest XP one for UX280P), the line you should change is the one that says:

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(036F) [0000]


I discovered it via an "educated guess", so you are on your own. It works here on my UX280P.

Technically one can use higher BIOS versions with the UX280P (i.e. using model.txt trick) but I found that newer versions such as R0112N2 disable secure erasing the SSD.

They also remove the boot animation and jingle :)


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