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  1. welcome , if you wish to bypass the wait time you can spend $6 and be able to get the files you need https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/store/ i do not know of a list to which shows what cards will work however, the intel 7260 is a dual band card and works great!! i highly recomend getting that one.
  2. I am able to download the files fine, are you new? if so see this post. https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/announcement/4-user-account-promotions-please-read/
  3. There would not be an issue with windows 7 being installed. however , your bios settings may change so if windows 7 no longer boots it may have re enabled the options for windows 8. I doubt you have anything to worry about if, it no longer boots just reply to the forum ill see how i can help. I installed the same intel 7260. and no $5 dont hurt at all i spend more on food.
  4. I am on windows 10 64bit pro , I couldnt find the backup.bat file either go here and download http://rghost.net/56333188 when you run it , it will give you two backup files, the larger one will be your bios backup.
  5. the "fix for error104" was need for me as well, i too used rufus
  6. I couldnt wait for it so i paid the $5 bucks for elite member well worth the money , it unlocks so many options and i popped in a dual band intel wifi card and it works awesome!
  7. ok scratch my last comment. i found this http://rghost.net/56333188 which i downloaded and ran and it basically did the same thing. however it created two .bin files.. i used the .bin that was bigger which was my bios backup. i then followed the turtorial (very well written by the way) also i then ran into the issue where you ran the prr.exe command and figured out it was actually prr2.exe from what i downloaded. then i continued on and everything worked flawlessly. I am now running a modified bios and successfully installed a Dual Band intel wifi card. Props to you Good sir !!
  8. I have downloaded the FPT_ windows64 file and extracted it however, It does not contain the backup.Bat file needed to backup my bios. Any help would be great
  9. I just wanted to confirm that this works great. I did this on my Y500 when adding an Msata drive. it worked flawlessly. I am using a 64gb Msata as OS and 1TB HDD for storage.
  10. If you're just looking to do a remote session, I like teamviewer from www.teamviewer.com It has a great interface thats very easy to use, and you can do file transfer in case you need something from your computer/nas. It is free for private use.
  11. How about a Thinkpad Carbon X1 ? http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/x1-carbon/ you can customize it to have 16gb ram and with 512gb ssd. keep in mind with this particular system the Ram is integrated into the mainboard so you would wanna buy the biggest config for ram , however the ssd is an M2 drive so you could go with the stock drive and perhpas find a cheaper 512 m2 drive to pop in.
  12. I usually use, Getdataback https://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-software.htm , PC inspector http://www.pcinspector.de/?language=1 , Recuva https://www.piriform.com/recuva , or one of my favorites on MAC os (works on pc too) is Boomerang https://www.boomdrs.com/
  13. You may also just need some missing codecs. I usually use Klite codec pack you can find it here http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm
  14. hello, I am Paul , Electronics guru and PC repair tech. here for good conversation and advice on modified y500 bios. I also do a ton of gaming.
  15. I love the DMC series. #3 has to be my all time favorite though
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