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Date:      Sat, 16 Sep 2017 18:41:32 +0900
From:      "Byung-Hee HWANG =?utf-8?B?KO2Zqeuzke2drCwg?= =?utf-8?B?6buD54Kz54aZKQ==?=" <soyeomul@doraji.xyz>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: modifying the BIOS of an Acer C720 from within FreeBSD CURRENT
Message-ID:  <yw.87a81vc75f.fsf@lambda.alex.chromebook>
In-Reply-To: <20170912105538.GA52179@c720-r314251> (Matthias Apitz's message of "Tue, 12 Sep 2017 12:55:38 +0200")
References:  <20170912105538.GA52179@c720-r314251>

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Matthias Apitz <guru@unixarea.de> =EA=BB=98=EC=84=9C =EC=93=B0=EC=8B=9C=EA=
=B8=B8,
 =E3=80=8A=E8=A8=98=E4=BA=8B =E5=85=A8=E6=96=87 <20170912105538.GA52179@c72=
0-r314251> =EC=97=90=EC=84=9C=E3=80=8B:

> Hello,
>
> The background: To be able to install and boot FreeBSD on an Acer C720
> Chromebook, one must tweak some bits in the BIOS and enable a so called
> LEGACY BIOS mode (after removing the hardware write protection of the
> BIOS). To do so, there are some tools within ChromeOS which allow this
> procedure, but after this you can not boot ChromeOS anymore (from the
> saved SSD) and so you can't use these tools within ChromeOS to switch
> the bits back.

I have one chromebook (Codename: Alex). Someday i will try, thanks for
good information, Matthias!!!=20

Sincerely,

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