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Lenovo Z710, Z510 unlocked BIOS menu / wlan whitelist mod / vbios mod

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Hi Klem.

my laptop is not working with new wifi card ac7260. 

lenovo z510 20287 type 80A3

 

my backup 

https://www.sendspace.com/filegroup/swkOzJLr2UJVb2sVC%2BRlSA

 

pls help me. thank you.

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Hi!

Is it possible to enable intel PTT in my bios?

 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/zmoft0

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Hello, 

I have a Z510, and my wifi card is not working stable. So I bought another wifi card and it's not authorized so my bios won't let me boot up the system. I want to install this model of wifi card : Broadcom BCM943142HM

Here is my bios backup

https://www.sendspace.com/file/guybyu

Much appreciated in advance if Your able to help me :)
 

Edited by mitrandeer

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On 8/5/2021 at 9:52 AM, mitrandeer said:

Hello, 

I have a Z510, and my wifi card is not working stable. So I bought another wifi card and it's not authorized so my bios won't let me boot up the system. I want to install this model of wifi card : Broadcom BCM943142HM

Here is my bios backup

https://www.sendspace.com/file/guybyu

Much appreciated in advance if Your able to help me :)
 

Hi!

Ok. Your bios with unlocked whitelist done. Check PM.

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21 minutes ago, maze179 said:

Hi, Can anyone remove wifi cards witelist from this bios file? Thanks :) 

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hello, Klem, I want to unlock my bios. I've run by your instruction, but theres a read/write protection, so its cutted file. I actually have programmer(ch341a) so I can send to you full file if you want. Thank you!

Upd: Sent it to you through PM.

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On 10/9/2021 at 2:08 AM, Majong Da said:

Hello, Klem, I want to unlock my bios. I've run by your instruction, but theres a read/write protection, so its cutted file. I actually have programmer(ch341a) so I can send to you full file if you want. Thank you!

Upd: Sent it to you through PM.

Hi!

Ok. Check PM. 

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