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    Default Problem In Bios

    how are you all
    i need utility to( up to date )bios to laptop Envision
    bios model phoenix ver 1.1.0.1ETE

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    Go to the website of the laptop manufacturer and in the support section under downloads you should find any and all utilities they provide for updating the bios. Good luck!

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    normally you can't upgrade the OEM laptop, it's locked.

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    OEM I would keep your bios. There will be no performance increase even if it were updatable..

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    @Bios updater!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    OEM I would keep your bios. There will be no performance increase even if it were updatable..
    And your asking for possible trouble for no good reason.

    Later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irocing View Post
    And your asking for possible trouble for no good reason.

    Later.

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