Aporte original por: Anthony Walker ,
Normally I would not advise that you use these special unlocked bios settings, but this MIGHT help you in this particular situation… WARNING: doing this could possibly brick your PC, burn down your house, kill your cat, or WORSE…. ….RENDER THE DISPLAY INOPERABLE…. DISCLAIMER: Do this at your own risk! I am not responsible if you brick, lock up, damage, fry, let smoke out, burn up, blow up, ect your computer (or your cat)! * BACKUP YOUR BIOS,, hard drives,vrams, video bios, and the cat’s litterpan. * IF YOU CANT AT LEAST DO THE STEP ABOVE, DON’T EVEN TRY THIS! GET A PROFESSIONAL! * RECORD '''''EVERY FACTORY SETTING ON EVERY BIOS SCREEN''''' BEFORE YOU MESS AROUND IN UNLOCKED BIOS SETTINGS * ALWAYS WEAR ESD IF YOU ARE POKING INSIDE THE GUTS OF YOUR COMPUTER! boot your laptop into bios settings now while on main bios screen, press and hold three keys at the same time: Right Shift Right Control Left ALT… NOW Press F2 while holding those 3 buttons, Advanced BIOS Menus will show up GO BACK UP YOUR BIOS SETTINGS ONE MORE TIME (especially if you never did it in the first place) Stop, and seriously think about how these settings can totally hose up/brick /render inoperable your computer… Go feed the cat/bio break/get a snack. I am not sure where exactly in all these pages of settings the PCIexpress bus speed setting is at, but I know I saw it in there somewhere… you will have to look for it. DONT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE. Make one change, document what it was before, and what you have changed it to, and which menus got you to the setting. WRITE IT DOWN. AFTER making your changes, press F10, select yes to save settings, reboot pc. See if that worked for you. if it did, give me a thumps up/like, etc. NOW GO FEED THE CAT! IF IT DID NOT: carefully go back into bios and change it back and resave settings/reboot. Only then can you try a different settings change. REMEMBER: one at a time, SAVE, REBOOT. Hope it HELPS.