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Amilo Motherboard Help Plz (Manufacturer)

Postby fothsn » Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:59 pm

Hey guys just 2 quick questions for you amilo teckies :D I need to find out who manufactures the Amilo L7300 motherboard, I have tried all the known tools out there to try and identify it but to no avail,

Also I have upgraded the celeron m to a pentium m chip, now the bios startup shows a big celeron m logo, would it be possible if i was to find out the manufacturer of the mobo and flash the laptop with there bios rather than the F/S?



Any Help on the above matters would be appriciated?


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Re: Amilo Motherboard Help Plz (Manufacturer)

Postby aspettl » Sun Aug 20, 2006 12:57 pm

fothsn wrote:I need to find out who manufactures the Amilo L7300 motherboar

It should be Mitac.

fothsn wrote:Also I have upgraded the celeron m to a pentium m chip, now the bios startup shows a big celeron m logo, would it be possible if i was to find out the manufacturer of the mobo and flash the laptop with there bios rather than the F/S?

Does EIST (Enhanced Intel Speedstep) work?
Flashing another BIOS is not the best idea...

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Postby fothsn » Sun Aug 20, 2006 6:45 pm

Hi aspettl thanks for the reply,

Thanks for the manufacturer of the motherboard :D, as for EIST I have done some little reaserch and it looks like the motherboard or bios dont support this feature,

The current bios I have is:
BIOS Version/Date FUJITSU SIEMENS 1.0F-0031-0812, 29/09/2005

I have just visited the FS main support site and there is a newer bios version 1.0G 14.12.2005)

Would it be worth while flashing to the newer bios? or can u personally think of a way of removing the Celeron M logo?

Thanks Nigel.
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Postby acoolwelshbloke » Sun Aug 20, 2006 9:14 pm

Does it really matter?

It works don't it and what's a logo! :wink:
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Postby aspettl » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:54 am

fothsn wrote:Would it be worth while flashing to the newer bios? or can u personally think of a way of removing the Celeron M logo?

The BIOS should show a Pentium M logo... I'd upgrade the BIOS.

I think you should get EIST to work with RM Clock ("enable EIST").

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