03-02-2015 04:31 PM - last edited on 03-03-2015 08:04 AM by george-p
Unlock the advanced functions of the Bios InsydeH"0 Rev 3.5 version F1C for HP Envy 17-2199el 3D
Hello I have a HP Envy 3D 17-2199el with insydeH"0 Rev 3.5 Bios Version F1C, completely blocked.
I just installed a Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250Gb.
I have to get into the advanced settings of the BIOS to set the controller to AHCI.
I saw a guy with my own BIOS Rev 3.5 and version F1C, pressing A + F10 managed to abbilitare advanced settings.
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I have tried to do the same procedure both before starting the bios, both inside the bios, but it did not work.
Can you help?
Thank you very much.
03-02-2015 06:17 PM
the Bios is no different but identical
InsydeH20 Rev 3.5 Version F.1C
Identical operating system Windows 7
Make the same HP
Only changes the model notebooke.
I have HP Envy 17-2199el.
System Board: 159B (CPU1)
He has HP Pavilion DV6
System Board: 17FA
Therefore the operating system is the spread Win 7, the BIOS is the same InsydeH20 Rev 3.5, the version of BIOS is the same F.1C, the brand is notebooke HP.
Anyway, how do you get into the advanced settings of this BIOS?
It 's ridiculous that you can not do when even in the data sheet says that SSDs are supported and the AHCI controller.
There must also be a way to enable the AHCI controller.
Thanks for your response.
03-02-2015 06:22 PM - edited 03-03-2015 11:02 AM
Forgive me forgive me but maybe you did not read well.
This is not about apples and oranges, but the SAME BIOS, VERSION, AND MODEL.
THIS IS THE PICTURE OF HIS BIOS Rev 3.5 version F.1C Win 7
This is my bios InsydeH20 Rev 3.5 Version F.1C win 7.
And this is the bios of the boy who managed to unlock InsydeH20 Rev 3.5 version F.1C Win 7
12-10-2017 12:34 PM
So in other words you guys could never give a direct answer as for how to access the bios unlocked. Well this is the worst customer service and if you guys do not know how to get the answers to the customers then why are you guys even trying to respond. It does not make you look like you know what's being talk about. Just get someone else in this post (someone who knows).
Thank you for your time.
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