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    Lenovo Y500 - 'unlocked' BIOS / wwan-wlan whitelist removal The Lenovo Y580 / Y480 comes with a pretty locked down BIOS, and in addition to this with a whitelist which prevents the user from getting 3rd-party wwan/wlan cards to work properly. The modified BIOS versions here will take care of this. Keep in mind that not necessarily all options available in the modified bios will work. Some might not do anything at all, others could possibly leave your system in a state which will prevent it from booting. Use care when changing stuff in the modified bios, don't touch things you're not familiar with. Use all the mods and software posted here on your own risk. NOTE: This will only flash the bios region. It won't reset the nvars set in the bios. While it is technically possible to update from v2.0x to v8.01 by using the method described below, I can't really recommend it since the EC of your system won't get updated. While it might work (possibly even without any issues) I can't recommend it. Therefore if you're on v2.0x and want to update, the better option is to wait until Lenovo provides an official 8.xx firmware update with EC and BIOS. You can then still flash the modified version as described below, once you're on a proper v8.xx firmware. Attached you'll find a modified version of the Y580 / Y480 BIOS v8.01 (5DCN90WW). ----------------------------------------- >> For users with a v2.0x BIOS: << Download links Old version: Current 2.0x version: Lenovo Y580 / Y480 BIOS v2.07 (5DCN40WW) -> unlocked, whitelist removed, Nvidia 660m @ 1GHz default 3d clocks Flash with the included InsydeFlash utility. ----------------------------------------- >> Instructions for v8.0x BIOS users: << The attached BIOS ("Lenovo Y580 - Y480 BIOS v8.01 (5DCN90WW) - Mod") is unlocked, whitelist stuff removed and the 660m is tweaked to 1GHz default 3d core clock. The only way I know of which allows you to flash the modified BIOS for v8.01 users does unfortunately also describe certain information which you don't want to loose (serials, Windows licencse etc.). Don't worry, I got it all sorted out, but due to this the flashing procedure is a bit more complicated than usual. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Download the flash tool, for flashing you'll need the DOS version, but for creating the backup of your current BIOS the Win64 version will do as well, and it is faster. Get the prr tool as well. Grab the modified BIOS you want to flash and the Y580-Y480_BiosFix tool. Create a backup of your current BIOS using the flash tool you downloaded (first step) by runing the included backup.bat, or by using the Win or Dos version flash tool with this command: -d BackupBiosY500.bin -bios If you get and 'Error 104', grab 'Error 104' fix and replace the original fparts file with it. . Make sure you have the modified bios which you want to flash, the bios backup you just created and the "Y580-Y480_BiosFix" tool in the same folder. Run the Y580-Y480_BiosFix tool, follow the instructions on the screen. Enter the name of the files correctly, else you'll get an error. It will create a new file for you and will be named after the modified bios file you specified, with 'Fix' appended to it. Here's a screenshot of the tool in use (Y580 version looks the same). In the case shown here it will create a file called "modifiedBiosFix.bin" which you can find in the folder where you run the tool. Use that one for flashing. Put the fixed BIOS, the prr.exe tool and the fpt.exe (along with the fparts.txt file) on the root of your prepared DOS bootable USB drive, restart your system and boot from that drive. Execut the prr.exe, if you don't get an error message continue by pressing enter. Then flash the bios by using this command (filename.bin obviously needs to be replaced with the name of the file you want to flash). If you can't remember the name of your file, use the command dir to display all the files on your drive. Flash with this: fpt.exe -f filename.bin -bios NOTE: The name of the BIOS file mustn't exceed eight characters (not counting the extension)! That's a DOS limit, so make sure the name of your file isn't too long. Wait until the process is done. After flashing it will verify the data, in case there's something wrong with the flashed data it will tell you. In that case don't reboot, just flash again. It might look a bit complicated at first, but that's the easiest way I could think of. Let me know if anything is unclear. The attached v8.0x modified versions include: - unlocked menus - whitelist removed (wwan / wlan) - Nvidia 660m 'GHz edition' - 1000MHz default 3d clocks >> Here's the 'buy me a beer' link in case you like this. Modding makes me thirsty << Use at your own risk, you are responsible for your system and the changes you make on it. My programs come with absolutely no warranty to the extend permitted by applicable law. Thanks @X0pas1 for testing, and for some pics - see below: I'd appreciate it if someone could also post some pictures of the more interesting sub-menus, e.g. advanced CPU control, video settings and similar. UPDATE 1/17/16 DOWNLOAD LINK FOR FILES REFERENCED IN THIS POST:
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    In this thread you can post your requests for Lenovo G500 and G400 bios unlock. If someone wants upgrade Wi-Fi card and remove whitelist, or unlock hidden additional menus and settings in bios setup menu, then you can post your request in this thread. For prepare unlocked bios you should post your request here and then send me your file backup of bios via PM. For creating backup of bios use attached program. Extract attached archive directly on the Desktop and run the program as administrator (right click mouse). Program will create archive "results" directly on the Desktop. Send me this archive "results" via PM. https://www.sendspace.com/file/mxoavw or http://www120.zippyshare.com/v/NC9WuxRI/file.html
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    Hello guys, Got an P670 RS With the Mainboard(as CPU-Z says): Model p65_67RSRP Chipset: Intel Skylake-H Rev.07 Southbridge: Intel Skyline-H PCH Rev.31 Bios version 1.05.03 from 08/24/2016 And i d like to update my Bios if there is any new update The reason i want to do that si because my Nvidia 1070 keeps giving me blue screen errors since the new driver updates Could not find any reason why So im thinking it must be the Bios When running only on battery i get no blue screen errors while playing video games, but after i plug in the charger i get a blue screen after a while If i start any game while pluged in the blue screen error comes almost imediatly! Any advice wold be helpful! Thanks!
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    For those who don't like the restrictions Lenovo put on their system, here's a BIOS mod that will get you back at least some of the freedom you should have over your own hardware. Features: WLAN card whitelist removed, any (hardware-wise compatible) card should now work hidden BIOS menus unlocked VBIOS tweaked for more performance and better tuning possibilities Keep in mind that not necessarily all of the BIOS options available with this mod will be fully functional, so use the new available settings with care. If you're unsure about something don't change it and ask here, someone might be able to help. Available for v1.07 / v1.09 / v1.10 and v3.05. v2.04 and v2.07 added (only whitelist removal as for now) If you have a different BIOS (or more specific, a BIOS newer than 3.05) I will need a copy of it in order to make it work for your system. Instructions for flashing the modified BIOS v3.05: You need a USB stick prepared to run DOS, here is a guide you can follow in case you don't know how to do this: Guide by @StamatisX - thanks! >>> Before continuing make sure the AC adapter is connected to your laptop and your battery has at least 20% charge remaining. <<< (0) - NOTE: This step is Only necessary if your system isn't already using BIOS v3.05 Update to the official v3.05 BIOS provided by Lenovo . (1) - Create a backup of your own BIOS (now v3.05) by using Fptw64 tool. Extract the files and run the included .bat file from an admin command prompt. . (2) - Download Lenovo_Y510p-Y410p_[v3.05]_modified.zip and put the files of folder [1] to the root of your prepared USB DOS stick. Let the BiosFixer prepare your BIOS for flashing by drag and dropping your backup file on it. Put the created "v305mod.bin" file to the root of your USB DOS drive as well. . (3) - Now you need to downgrade the firmware back to v2.07 (Y510p-Y410p_v207_[stock].zip) in order to flash the mod. . (4) - Boot from your USB DOS drive, when you see the command prompt type BIOS and hit enter. Wait until the BIOS is flashed (you can safely ignore warnings about non-existing regions). . (5) - Once the BIOS flash completed with no errors, type EC and hit enter. Wait until the EC is flashed. Then reboot. . (6) - Go to the BIOS setup menu, load the default settings, apply and reboot. Done. In case you're using an ultra bay GPU follow the instructions in post #2 and flash the vbios.. NOTE: It's crucial that you flash both, BIOS and EC. Having different EC and BIOS versions can in certain situations lead to issues. IMPORTANT: If you want to go back to stock v3.05 you can do that easily by simply using the official update from Lenovo. That's it, nothing additional required in this case. Old instructions for users with v1.07 / v1.09 / v1.10 or v2.04 / v2.07 who for some reasons don't want to update to v3.05: Video walk-through of bios settings (thanks @allstone): My donation link in case you want to buy me a beer Download link for files referenced in this post:
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    Hi! Ok. Check PM. Hi! Just read the first page of this thread, and then prepare your bios dump.
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    I've recently watched a movie called Crypto (2019) and liked it a lot. It's about cryptocurrency and it was quite interesting especially for me as I'm a beginner trader in instaforex company founded by Ildar Sharipov I found some new info and now there's a lot to think about.
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    are you using an unmodded clevo control center the blue screens with synaptics on the clevos are related to that, can confirm because i had them also but they are gone this isnt the fix i used but was the latest fix i found http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-p7xxtm1-syntp-sys-bsod.813584/#post-10921457
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    hi guys.. i'm actually having the same issue i bought a Sager P670RS-G a few years back but the recent nvidia drivers are giving me a lot of bluescreens.. please help if you can or if you have a prema bios that might help.. i also think the synpatic touchpad has some issues and some of the bluescreens are from that but i have not been able to track down a good bios last but not least I'm running Windows 7 64 and most of the drivers on clevo site are outdated and mainly for Windows 10 at this point.. any help to obtain a prema bios or a newer bios for this model would be greatly appreciated.. i'm new so i don't have access to download section.. found these forums from notebookreview forum and googl search.
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    Vikings Suits Nash Bridges Agents of Shield
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    re-edit ur inf file, if u were using a inf already modded for previous version.
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    The best MMO of all time was Star Wars Galaxies, SWTOR was never even close to as good as SWG, a far distant second is WoW, followed by LOTRO, if people are interested there are many SWG emulators for NGE and pre NGE gameplay, nothing is as open as that sandbox universe.
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    Ok. Also after any flashing procedure, then good choice reinstall NVIDIA drivers with options "Clean Install". Can you now post new screenshot in NVIDIA Inspector?
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    Yes, you need "0A". On the your last screenshot just type "y", and then program will flash it.
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    No, on this screenshot not my vbios mod. Please read the instructions again and flash mod vbios again. Do not forget then restart laptop.
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    Yes, of course just flash exactly the same as described in the "ReadMe" for the "NVFLASH_TOOLKIT_x64_PM_v1" to flash it (as well as using that utility). I recommend you use "NVIDIA Inspector" or "Asus GPU Tweak", also you can use "EVGA Precision". When you increase core clock and then in benchmark or games NVIDIA drivers will crashes this means that you need some increase voltage. I think that optimal overclock 1300-1350 for core (may be a little more), 3000(6000) for memory and 1.075-1.100V voltage. Depending from ASIC quality of card. If you like buy me a few beers, you can use this link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=NHMKKB6RCME46&lc=GB&item_name=Donation%20for%20Klem&currency_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted
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    Hi! Just make it for your card. Try. https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/files/file/86-asus_g752vt_970m_gs_unlockedrar/
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    My setup is not as porn as the others, but still nice for my gaming sessions
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    List of all nvflash (DOS) commands (as of version 5.117): NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.117) -- Primary Commands -- Update firmware: nvflash [options] <filename> Save firmware to file: nvflash [options] --save <filename> Compare adapter firmware: nvflash [options] --compare <filename> Verify adapter firmware: nvflash [options] --verify <filename> Update TV data: nvflash [options] --tv <filename> Display version: nvflash [options] --version [<filename>] Display firmware bytes: nvflash [options] --display [bytes] Check for supported EEPROM: nvflash [options] --check Write protect EEPROM: nvflash [options] --protecton Remove write protect: nvflash [options] --protectoff Change soft straps: nvflash [options] --straps=<straps> Set IEEE 1394 GUID: nvflash [options] --guid=<guid> Set IEEE 1394 GUID source: nvflash [options] --guidsource=<location> List adapters: nvflash [options] --list List PCI firmware blocks: nvflash [options] --pciblocks List applied patches: nvflash [options] --listpatches Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. -- Commands and Options -- help ? Display this screen. save b <filename> Read EEPROM and save to <filename>. compare k <filename> Read EEPROM and compare with <filename>. verify h <filename> Verify <filename> matches EEPROM if flashed. tv x <filename> Transfer TV data from file to EEPROM. version v <filename> Display file version and ~CRC32 (if no filename, acts on display adapter). listpatches Display list of runtime ROM pack patches applied at boot (primary only). display d [bytes] Display 256 the first bytes of the EEPROM (default is 256 bytes) check c Check for supported EEPROM. protecton w Write protect EEPROM (only on some EEPROM's). protectoff r Remove EEPROM write protect (only on some EEPROM's). straps m <straps> Change soft straps. format is: AND Mask 0, OR Mask 0, AND Mask 1, OR Mask 1 Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. guid q <guid> Set the IEEE 1394 GUID in the firmware image (GUID is in the form of 16 hex digits). guidsource 1 <location> Set the source of the IEEE 1394 GUID. main - main EEPROM image dedicated - separate serial EEPROM part list a List all NVIDIA display adapters found in the system. pciblocks List all the PCI ROM Images stored in the EEPROM. upgradeonly Only allow upgrading of firmware based on version. overridetype 5 Allow firmware and adapter PCI device ID mismatch. overridesub 6 Allow firmware and adapter PCI subsystem ID mismatch. reboot y Reboot the PC after other tasks completed. keepstraps g Keep the soft straps already present in the EEPROM after flashing the new image. romstrap j Override the ROM strap setting to allow flashing an image when grounding the STRAP_SUB_VENDOR pin. This allows flashing a corrupted or erased EEPROM. Note: Make sure there is a physical EEPROM present when using this option index i <index> Force a specific device index. filterdevid f <value>[,<mask>] Filter device list by device ID and optional mask. fwindex F <fw index> Index of which firmware image to use from a firmware bundle. auto A When possible, run without user intervention. directpci n Bypass the PCI BIOS. Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. silence s Silence all audio beeps. beep ! Beep to signal updating progress. nolight l Do not light keyboard LEDs. override o <level> Override safety check level: default unknown EEPROM | NV adapter aborts application. level=1 unknown EEPROM acceptable for read operations. level=2 unknown NV adapter acceptable for read operations. level=3 Combined effect of 1,2 (cannot write to unknown EEPROM or adapter). log L <log file> Create a log file. Use a single dash ("-") to use the single letter version of a command. Use a double dash ("--") to use the longer descriptive version of a command. Use equals ("=") to specify parameters, with separating commas (","). -- Sample Usage -- nvflash --index=1 nv30nz.rom Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. -- Supported EEPROM's -- AMD AM29LV001B 128Kx8 2.7vV, 1B page, 16k blk, ID=(01,006D) AMD AM29LV010 128Kx8 2.7vV, 1B page, 16k blk, ID=(01,006E) AMD AM29LV001T 128Kx8 2.7vV, 1B page, 16k blk, ID=(01,00ED) Atmel AT49F512 64Kx8 5.0,3.0,2.7V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0003) Atmel AT49F001T 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0004) Atmel AT49F001 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0005) Atmel AT49BV/LV010 128Kx8 2.7-3.6V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0017) Atmel AT29LV/BV010A 128Kx8 3.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0035) Atmel AT29LV512 64Kx8 3.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,003D) Atmel AT25F1024 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 32k blk, ID=(1F,0040) Atmel AT29C512 64Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,005D) Atmel AT25F1024 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 32k blk, ID=(1F,0060) Atmel AT25F2048 2048Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 64k blk, ID=(1F,0063) Atmel AT25F512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 128B page, 32k blk, ID=(1F,0065) Atmel AT49F010 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,0087) Atmel AT29C010A 128Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(1F,00D5) Atmel AT25DF021 2048Kx1S 2.3-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(1F,4300) Atmel AT25DF041 4096Kx1S 2.3-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(1F,4401) Atmel AT25FS010 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(1F,6601) ST M25P05 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 128B page, 32k blk, ID=(20,0005) ST M25P10 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 128B page, 32k blk, ID=(20,0010) ST M29W512B 64Kx8 2.7-3.6V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(20,0027) Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. Num M25P10-A 1024Kx1S 2.3-3.6V, 256B page, 32k blk, ID=(20,2011) AMIC A25L512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(37,3010) AMIC A25L010 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(37,3011) AMIC A25L020 2048Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(37,3012) XLNX XCF128XFTG64C 8192Kx16 9.5,8.5,2.0,1.7V, 8B page, 128k blk, ID=(49,016B) Tenx ICE25P05 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 128B page, 32k blk, ID=(5E,0001) PMC Pm25LD512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(7F,9D20) PMC Pm25LD010 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(7F,9D21) PMC Pm25LD020 2024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(7F,9D22) PMC Pm39LV512 64Kx8 3.0-3.6V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(9D,001B) PMC Pm39LV010 128Kx8 3.0-3.6V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(9D,001C) PMC Pm25LV512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(9D,007B) PMC Pm25LV010 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(9D,007C) SST SST29EE010 128Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(BF,0007) SST SST29LE/VE010 128Kx8 2.9,2.7V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(BF,0008) SST SST29LE/VE512 64Kx8 2.9,2.7V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(BF,003D) SST SST45VF010 1024Kx1S 3.0-3.6V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,0042) SST SST25LF020 2048Kx1S 3.0-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,0043) SST SST25LF040 4096Kx1S 3.0-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,0044) SST SST25VF512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,0048) SST SST25VF010 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,0049) SST SST29EE512 64Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(BF,005D) SST SST39SF010 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,00B5) SST SST39VF512 64Kx8 2.7-3.6V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,00D4) Press 'Enter' to continue, or 'Q' to quit. SST SST39VF010 128Kx8 2.7-3.6V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(BF,00D5) MX MX29F001T 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(C2,0018) MX MX29F001B 128Kx8 5.0V, 1B page, 0k blk, ID=(C2,0019) MX MX25L512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(C2,2010) MX MX25L1005 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(C2,2011) MX MX25L2005 2048Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(C2,2012) MX MX25L4005A 4096Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(C2,2013) GD GD25Q512 512Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 32k blk, ID=(C8,4010) GD GD25Q10 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 64k blk, ID=(C8,4011) GD GD25Q20 2048Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 64k blk, ID=(C8,4012) GD GD25Q40 4096Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 64k blk, ID=(C8,4013) WBond W39L010 128Kx8 3.3V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(DA,0031) WBond W39L512 64Kx8 3.3V, 1B page, 4k blk, ID=(DA,0038) WBond W29C011A 128Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(DA,00C1) WBond W29EE512 64Kx8 5.0V, 128B page, 0k blk, ID=(DA,00C8) WBond W25X10A 1024Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(EF,3011) WBond W25X20A 2048Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(EF,3012) WBond W25X40A 4096Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(EF,3013) WBond W25X80A 8192Kx1S 2.7-3.6V, 256B page, 4k blk, ID=(EF,3014)

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