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HELP required for BIOS Write protect removal

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Hi Gurus,


I own a Intel HM77 mobile for which I want to remove read/write protect to do bios mod with Intel me system tools as and when required.


I decided to buy CH341A & SOIP 8 chip connector to read the bios.


However, I need pointers on the below points.


1. My mobile seems having two bios chips reported by fprw64 as EN25Q32B EN25QH16, which I succeeded to locate on the motherboard and thanks to all the info readily available in forums. But I am not sure how can I read contents of both chips individually and have it back as a single bios image.


2. And anyone having modded bios that may fit my mobile or provide me a link where some info can be grabbed to take off the read/write protect in the flash descriptor region to burn it back to my mobile again into two  ROM's??


Thanks in advance for your kind help!



Edited by Av.pavan4u
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Not sure what laptop this is on, but if you have a programmer, you don’t need to mess with any of that. It will over write it no problem. You will have to make sure the jumper is on the right pins how ever. This is normally laptop specific.

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