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  1. Recently upgraded to the current bios for my laptop on Lenovo's site. Did something stupid changing settings in the uefi shell and now can't get laptop to boot even to bios. Looking to pay someone to do this today. Would like as much unlocked in the bios as possible. Also need a recovery bios and guide to use it for this model as my current attempts haven't worked.
  2. Hello. Could someone help me, please? I'd like to flash modified BIOS to my laptop V3-371-584N. But unfortunately I get many times discussed error: InsydeH20 - Secure Flash Error : Invalid firmware image!!! I read, that modified BIOS could be flashed using Crisis Recovery Mode. But I can't even flash the original (not modified BIOS) to my laptop in such mode. I hold Fn+Esc buttons during Power up with USB flash drive in USB 2.0 port with the only file - VA30X64.fd on it. The only difference was in showing BIOS version during POST and there were no any Crisis Recovery procedures. What I do wrong? Maybe there is some other way to flash modified BIOS to this "top secured" laptop. I'll be glad to listen it. Thank you very much.
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