BIOS Restore (ezpad6s, might work for others too)

BIOS Restore (ezpad6s, might work for others too)

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    Benjamin
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    Because it’s quiet easy to disable the integrated IGPU on the ezpad by tinkering with the bios settings I have attached some Screenshots from the BIOS so you can attempt to restore the default option without diaplay.

    You might first want to try if you still have output over your HDMI-output.

    To restore defaults

    Ezpad6s / Ezpad6s pro / Ezbook 3 Pro / Ezpad7 (all seem to share the same bios layout):

    1. Start BIOS with ESC after about 1-2 sec and wait 5sec for it to load
    2. 5x right arrow to get to “save and exit”, general category
    3. 6x down for “Restore Defaults”
    4. ENTER to get Dialog (defaults to yes)
    5. ENTER to confirm “yes”
    6. 4x up to get to “Save Changes and Reset”
    7. ENTER to open Dialog (defaults to yes)
    8. ENTER to confirm “yes”
    9. wait 10sec, the tablet will automatically power off
    10. start the tablet with the power button, if it does not start automatically

    Ezpad6 and Ezpas 5s (all seem to share the same bios layout):

    1. Start BIOS with ESC after about 1-2 sec and wait 5sec for it to load
    2. 5x right arrow to get to “Exit”, general category
    3. 3x down for “Load Optimal Defaults”
    4. ENTER to get Dialog
    5. ENTER to confirm “yes”
    6. 3x up to get to “Exit Saving Changes”
    7. ENTER to open Dialog
    8. ENTER to confirm “yes”
    9. wait 10sec for the tablet to reboot

    If you need any other screen please let me know.

    I have attached my bios backup from ezpad 6s and a bios file i found in the forum for the ezpad 7, in case someone might need it.

    Attached images are from ezpad6s, for visual reference when navigating the bios.

    #EDIT 03.02.20, added instructions for ezpad6

    Greetings

    Benjamin

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    #182632
    Saulo Emanuel
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Benjamin, thank you so much to do this, but unfortunately doesn’t worked for me. I have the Ezpad 6 and not the 6s. I think the exit menu is different. I remember there is a “Load Optimal Defaults” option, and don’t have the “Restore Default” option.</p>

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    Benjamin
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Benjamin, thank you so much to do this, but unfortunately doesn’t worked for me. I have the Ezpad 6 and not the 6s. I think the exit menu is different. I remember there is a “Load Optimal Defaults” option, and don’t have the “Restore Default” option.</p>

    I  found a screenshot from an ezpad 5se, which seems to have a bios with “Load Optimal Defaults” instead of “Restore Default”. I would guess Jumper tried to minimize the effort and reused the bios in different models, so the instructions might work for yours.

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