Question about EliteGroup ECS A535 Notebook
Screen shows cmos battery low and cmos loosing data
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ECS A535 Video Memory
The a535 BIOS does allow you to configure the amount of RAM assigned to video. I forget if 64 MB is an option (I seem to remember 8,16, and 32). This will effect the available/reported system RAM. FYI if you are looking to boost video performance, don't bother this will be negligible at best, and may cost you performance as you will lose system memory. These were nice little laptops, but video is decidedly a week point. If you can't get into the BIOS normally, try holding down a key while booting. You will probably get a keyboard error reported and have the option to enter setup from the error message.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
The job would require a lot of dis-assembly, and I feel compelled to tell you that unless you are very tech savvy, that is not a task to be done with ease. However, here is the dis-assembly guide you should follow, should you decide to do this.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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