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Lenovo Y50-70 unlocked BIOS menu / wlan whitelist mod / vbios mod

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25 minutes ago, heraczek said:

Hello Klem,

 

can you unlock everything, please? I sent you a PM with my results, the only problem is that the backup tool recognized my laptop as 32bit but it is 64bit, hopefully it does not matter for what you need to do. Thanks!

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hey Klem

 

Looking for a unlock on everything

laptop is a 64 bit 

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1 hour ago, sk4doosh said:

Hey Klem

 

Looking for a unlock on everything

laptop is a 64 bit 

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25 minutes ago, 11lesnik11 said:

lenovo y50-70 please bios nwl

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Hello Klem,

 

can you unlock everything, please? I sent you a PM with my results, the only problem is that the backup tool recognized my laptop as 32bit but it is 64bit, hopefully it does not matter for what you need to do. Thanks!


 

Lenovo y50-70 bios nwl, wifi card update intel 9260 ac please / win 10 64 bit

 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/3w77n0

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, maxi said:

Hi,

 

can you help me remove whitelist and unlock all advance menu?

 

Thanks very much! cheers

 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/kqjwv6

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

 

4 hours ago, yigit1234 said:

Hello Klem,

 

can you unlock everything, please? I sent you a PM with my results, the only problem is that the backup tool recognized my laptop as 32bit but it is 64bit, hopefully it does not matter for what you need to do. Thanks!


 

Lenovo y50-70 bios nwl, wifi card update intel 9260 ac please / win 10 64 bit

 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/3w77n0

 

 

 

 

 

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18 hours ago, Klem said:

Merhaba!

Tamam. PM'yi kontrol et.

 

Merhaba!

Tamam. PM kutunuzu kontrol edin.

 

 

PayPal from the link wants money,

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28 minutes ago, vaalvaal1985 said:

Hi Klem, can you please help me on

Remove whitelist

- Unlock hidden additional menus

- Unlock vbios

 

-Laptop Model: Lenovo z50-70
-Bios version: 9BCN91WW

-Bios backup: https://yadi.sk/d/9RQW-WCNyDwBFQ
-Bios Lenovo website Download Link: https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/9bcn91ww.exe

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Hi Klem, I'm looking for a bios mod to unlock everything (wifi whitelist, hidden menu, vbios) in my old Y50-70.

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1 hour ago, Akafutged said:

Hi Klem, I'm looking for a bios mod to unlock everything (wifi whitelist, hidden menu, vbios) in my old Y50-70.

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