Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by acky, Aug 5, 2009.
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Thank you! This saved me hours of frustration! Worked perfectly the first time on my Inspiron 6400!
Thank you soooooooooooo much!
Dell Inspiron 6400
It's hard to track one subject in this long thread. Could you tell me how you did it and what you used?
I have a Dell Inspiron 6400 too, and like to get the bios modded.
This thread has only 3 posts.. modded bios available http://forums.mydigitallife.net/posts/95329
download the "Dos" version and follow the instructions in the first post here, subsitute "MXG71A10" with "MM061A17"
it's not possible to flash the bios with PSU plugged and battery removed from the laptop ?
Just to say thanks for these instructions, they were clear, concise and it worked like a dream on our XPS M1730.
I don't see IO.SYS, dan MSDOS.SYS in the dos folder and when I replace the A10 version with the A11 version where or how do I get the /forceit
trick to work, I have no battery?
did you enable viewing of hidden/system files? by default you can't see it in explorer
Ok that worked I just had show hidden files clicked
to get the /forceit thing to work do I just type /forceit after I type MXG7A11
example: MXG7A11 /forceit
I got it flash but I switched the A10 with the A11 version but it still only flashed to A10. Updating the Bios didn't fix my problem still getting the wattage error when it boots up.
either you downloaded A10 or the BIOS never flashed at all to A11
Is there a reason not to use A11 ?