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  1. Hi, I have a Y580 with the 8.01 modded bios. I use a BCM4352 (Bcm94352hmb) wireless-ac card because it works in Windows, Linux and Hackintosh. Main o/s is linux and it switches perfectly between low band and high band. I used to use this with the 2.07 bios too, so I know it works with that version too. This card has bluetooth 4.0 built in to it, but I could never get it to be recognised. The bluetooth card inside the laptop is old and slow now, so I use a USB BT 4.2 dongle for BT. Maybe there are other wifi cards that are dual-band where the BT is recognised by the Y580 - if so, let me know! Good luck
  2. Danieleczek, the filename can be anything you like. The way to flash it is by booting into dos and flashing it using command line tools. 1 - get a spare USB stick 2 - in windows download yumi https://www.pendrivelinux.com/downloads/YUMI/YUMI-2.0.6.9.exe 3 - run the exe, choose your usb stick (don't get it wrong), and opt to format it, and install balder (which is freedos). 4 - The flash drive will be labelled MULTIBOOT. 5 - download prr.exe and fpt.exe (attached to this message) and copy them to the root of your MULTIBOOT drive get em here: 6 - copy the rom I posted to the same place, and rename it to v810mod.bin 7 - restart your machine and elect to boot off your usb stick in NON-UEFI mode (ie you need legacy mode) - you might need to change your bios settings to do this, or try pressing F12 as your machine comes back up and choose your USB stick. 8 - select balder and press enter - you should see an A: prompt 9 - type c: (and press enter) 10 type dir 11 you should now see the files on your USB's MULTIBOOT drive 12 type prr (enter) 13 type fpt -f v810mod.bin -bios (enter) 14 you should see your bios roms chips being written to and verified 15 reboot and press F2 to see your new unlocked bios (NB ethernet is disabled by default, so you will need to reenable) prr-fpt.zip
  3. Danieleczek try this (has your embedded board info in it) https://www.pcloud.com/track?url=aHR0cHM6Ly90cmFuc2Zlci5wY2xvdWQuY29tL2Rvd25sb2FkLmh0bWw/Y29kZT01WkZwc1lrWnVBbnE1SUJTOUFGWmRjUmhaQjl5QkxjV2hXWW1QVjd6T0JOZW90aG5rOHdwVg==&token=j7yZZ7ZFkZrwc0kENluc4wtObKMPkdF8xn5b07
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