[TUTORIAL] How do I get the option in the bios to enable vt at Phoenix BIOSes???

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by deevie, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. deevie

    deevie MDL Junior Member

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    Can anyone please help me with this????? I have been trying to get vt enabled on this laptop for months now, and I have the laptop functioning correctly, but just need the updated bios.... I know yen sent me the link originally but I don't think they have been on here as I cannot find any posts that yen has made. Can anyone that knows yen get them to contact me???? Or any help of any other kind would be great. Many thanks in advance... Deevie...
     
  2. FaraazStyle

    FaraazStyle MDL Novice

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    I also have the same problem
    I want to install mac os x on my
    hp dc7700 1gb ram
    Help :confused:


    Bewerkingen ongedaan maken
     
  3. Yen

    Yen Admin
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    I need to have a look if I still have a copy of my mod at home. Can do that @ weekend...
     
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  4. deevie

    deevie MDL Junior Member

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    Ok thank you so much, it would be so very helpful if you could...I was worried you were not around anymore as I had not heard back from you....Just very busy I guess???? It would be great if I could finally get the vt option enabled on this laptop.... Anyway....Thanks again for your help I really appreciate it. Regards. Deevie.
     
  5. Yen

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    I have updated the link at the original post #16. Please read carefully the instructions there and do not forget a bad flash might render your notebook useless.
     
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  6. deevie

    deevie MDL Junior Member

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    Hi Yen.... Just updated the bios via the download you sent......I can now enable vt....YAY!!!!!! Thank you so much for your help, you have been excellent with all your advice and instruction. I can't thank you enough and just wish there was something I could do in return???? I can now go back and install VMware and know that it will now work properly. many thanks again. Deevie.
     
  7. Yen

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    You are welcome!
    You gave me something in return already. You have tried my mod and you have posted the results. This is all I need. :biggrin:
    Credits go to member kizwan and his great findings concerning to unlock features at Phoenix BIOSes. (We talked together about module compression and header info a long time ago.)

    I guess I provide his instructions here at this thread again, so others can make their own 'unlock' Phoenix mods.

    Enjoy your mod. :biggrin:
    Yen.
     
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  8. Yen

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    Link for instructions added at first post. A great tutorial written by kizwan. :)
     
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  9. tonystark

    tonystark MDL Novice

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    what, if any are the issues I should be wary of

     
  10. arteus

    arteus MDL Novice

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    ty a lot for this..
     
  11. itdude

    itdude MDL Novice

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    Has anyone tryed this on a Vostro 1510 yet? I have A15 Bios. But apearently while running Windows 7 not even with administrator privileges I'm able to download the bios to try and edit for intel vt
    :S
     
  12. largirucho

    largirucho MDL Novice

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    That such a fellow, the first being new salute, the latter I have an acer v3-571G 2.1 bios with this link

    Please someone could help me to virtualize.

    Thank you very much and sorry for my bad English
     
  13. Zeecar

    Zeecar MDL Novice

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    I know this is kind of old thread, but the link is not working and i would die for this download Yen! Can you repost please?

    Many thanks if you can!
     
  14. onetwo3

    onetwo3 MDL Member

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    it just has worked for me.. Ive flashed a few WRTG54Gs and Garmin GPS before and I know this laptop is qualified to run VT but it has no option in BIOS I might have to try this.
     
  15. OOKAMI

    OOKAMI MDL Novice

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    Hello,

    first of all, thanks for this guide :)

    however, I have some issue :p

    indeed, after exctracted wph file, i don't find RLS file you mention
    moreover, i don't understand your example to find the correct offset after found "Intel Virtualisation Technology"

    so, some help will be appreciate :)
    i would like to unlock this feature and, if possible, all other

    thanks and have a nice day :)
    .
     
  16. Yen

    Yen Admin
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    Post a link to your original bios, then I can try to help you. Nobody knows which bios you try to modify, lol.
     
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  18. ronaldokinq

    ronaldokinq MDL Novice

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    You can use amibcp find where located vt option and set access level to user