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39 minutes ago, NoBlink said:

I am doing this for my T540p. It has two chips on the mother board. Hope this is the right file. I am trying to do whitelist removal and advanced bios settings.

(https://file.io/soBQhhgXxHaD)

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Hello.

 

I have a Lenovo T540p,can you help with WiFi whitelist removal.

 

Bios dump is here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1q4gD_ZP9dQ2kvz3IQg88yBLoMD-tWdAw

 

Thanks.

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Hi @Klem,

I just got in to this forum and if you could please help me with:
- Whitelist removal Wifi Card.
- Unlock Advanced Menu.

Here is the link to BIOS file (T440S): https://file.io/r6FXEbnoqO55
Thank you in advance!

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2 hours ago, neverlands said:

Hi @Klem,

I just got in to this forum and if you could please help me with:
- Whitelist removal Wifi Card.
- Unlock Advanced Menu.

Here is the link to BIOS file (T440S): https://file.io/r6FXEbnoqO55
Thank you in advance!

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hi @Klem

 

I could not find a topic regarding my Lenovo S540 Thinkpad

 

UEFI BIOS Version GPET82WW

 

Embedded controller version GPHT82WW

 

I managed to download the bios and I wish to get the WLAN whitelisted and bios unlocked like get tpm 2.0 if possible Windows 11.

 

but most important is that i can change the wifi chip.

 

This is my file:

https://file.io/alcXpJ1hz0aC

Laptop type: Lenovo Thinkpad S540

https://www.lenovo.com/nl/nl/laptops/thinkpad/s-series/s540/

I hope you can help me out :)

 

 

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10 hours ago, sambir said:

Hi @Klem

 

I could not find a topic regarding my Lenovo S540 Thinkpad

 

UEFI BIOS Version GPET82WW

 

Embedded controller version GPHT82WW

 

I managed to download the bios and I wish to get the WLAN whitelisted and bios unlocked like get tpm 2.0 if possible Windows 11.

 

but most important is that i can change the wifi chip.

 

This is my file:

https://file.io/alcXpJ1hz0aC

Laptop type: Lenovo Thinkpad S540

https://www.lenovo.com/nl/nl/laptops/thinkpad/s-series/s540/

I hope you can help me out :)

 

 

Hi!

Your link to download your bios dump doesn't work.

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Hi,

 

I would be grateful if you could whitelist Wifi adapters and enable Advance Menu in my ThinkPad T440p BIOS.

Thank you very much.

 

Please find my BIOS dump file from the following link:

T440p BIOS Dump

 

 

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2 hours ago, tilanthamac said:

Hi,

 

I would be grateful if you could whitelist Wifi adapters and enable Advance Menu in my ThinkPad T440p BIOS.

Thank you very much.

 

Please find my BIOS dump file from the following link:

T440p BIOS Dump

 

 

Hi!

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

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Hello and Happy new Year!

Can you help me with a bios mod for t440p? I need whitelist removal for wwlan wifi and 5 beeps warning!

 

Here is the dump file

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/fbfmt9rzt01nhsb/bios+440p/file

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Hi,

I wants upgrade Wi-Fi card and remove whitelist, unlock hidden additional menus and settings in bios setup menu, and sign unlocked bios with digital RSA signature (to avoid 5 beeps problem).

Model: Lenovo T440p

BIOS: 2.56

Here is my ThinkPad T440p BIOS dump file from the following link:

https://file.io/IxTqtKs4k2De

Thank you very much.

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2 hours ago, ASMD said:

Hi,

I wants upgrade Wi-Fi card and remove whitelist, unlock hidden additional menus and settings in bios setup menu, and sign unlocked bios with digital RSA signature (to avoid 5 beeps problem).

Model: Lenovo T440p

BIOS: 2.56

Here is my ThinkPad T440p BIOS dump file from the following link:

https://file.io/IxTqtKs4k2De

Thank you very much.

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hi guys. I'm new.

 

Do you have bios for Lenovo L470 with wwan whitelist removed? Need to use SIM card and I have the 1802 problem.

 

Thanks so much!!

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1 hour ago, GrupoDeevando said:

Hi guys. I'm new.

 

Do you have bios for Lenovo L470 with wwan whitelist removed? Need to use SIM card and I have the 1802 problem.

 

Thanks so much!!

Hi!
Each bios mod prepared individually and based on your personal file backup of bios. You can post here or send me your file backup (dump) of bios.
For creating backup (dump) of bios you need to use hardware SPI programmer, read the first page of this thread.

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34 minutes ago, Klem said:

Hi!
Each bios mod prepared individually and based on your personal file backup of bios. You can post here or send me your file backup (dump) of bios.
For creating backup (dump) of bios you need to use hardware SPI programmer, read the first page of this thread.

 

Oh thanks so much Klem.

 

I saw it and my companion has the SPI programmer. My mistake. My apologies. 

 

I will send it when he can do the backup.

Thanks so much for your time!!!

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