Full ~UPD~ Recovery Image For The ASUS G750JX
Although the G750 posted solid scores of 3573, 2784, 2396, and 3066 under Futuremark's PCMark 8 Creative, Home, Storage, and Work benchmark tests, the notebook truly shined as a gaming machine when we ran the G750 through our gamut of synthetic and game benchmarks. At full HD, the G750 was able to run most standard games at an average of 30FPS and above at 1920x1080 resolution with high quality image settings. Thief's in-game benchmark ran at an average of 30.7 FPS under 1920x1080 resolution with very high graphics and 4x anisotropic settings.
FULL Recovery Image For The ASUS G750JX
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Try the Ctrl+Home pressed and while keeping them pressed press power button. It should hopefully attempt to boot from USB stick and reflash the bios. The bios must be on a simple USB stick formatted as FAT32. The filename for recovery can be obtained with andytools.
Hi all friends,Thank you for contributing in this usefull forum.I unlocked my asus k43tk headen bios settings using a well-stablished modded bios, and it performed perfectly for some days. But then I decided to disable the weak integrated apu graphics HD6520G to use the more powerfull discrete HD7670m as the primary (and only) graphics card.I think I carelessly changed the settings in the northbridge menu, and after saving and restarting I got a black screen. The fan and LEDs are working, and HD7670m was fully functional before these changes.I removed the CMOS battery for 3 days to reset it but no success.I downloaded my laptop board schematic, it has two separate spi flash memories for "system bios" and "EC" firmware (Embedded Controller); after I disassembled my laptop, I noticed that only the EC flash has been installed on the board, and the system bios flash footprint on the PCB (connected to Hudson-m3) is empty. Hence both system bios and EC firmware should be on the same flash. But are the bios configs also stored in the same BIOS flash memory?I have also tried to recover the bios by copying original bios file on a flash drive and renaming it several times as the SUPER, AMIBOOT, K43TK, and BIOS, all with .BIN and .ROM formats, and holding ctrl+home while turning it on; but no success. 076b4e4f54