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I would love a mod removing the whitelists and adding advanced menu to my bios too. Link here : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cmm8M1313pjP9hkfm23EfXuEOHyxYHmW/view?usp=sharing . Thank you for your work!

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Hi Klem,

can you remove all whitelists - I urgently need LCD at the moment - and unlock the hidden menu please?

Thank you and have a nice day.)

https://files.catbox.moe/x66zl3.bin

 

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Hello 

It is still possible to remove whitelist and unlock hidden menu ?

I will be very greatfull for help with it :)

 

There is a link to bios with model number (  x240 CS13XBL-83US)

 

https://mega.nz/file/hbgU2TAL#TuHdJAanHOpGUrZUQDCJYc_0m-Nq37Q-8E0IpHOHzfk

 

New card is AX200NGW

Edited by psychoLOG
Forgot to tell that i will change my wifi card for AX200NGW

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34 minutes ago, psychoLOG said:
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Hello 

It is still possible to remove whitelist and unlock hidden menu ?

I will be very greatfull for help with it :)

 

There is a link to bios with model number (  x240 CS13XBL-83US)

 

https://mega.nz/file/hbgU2TAL#TuHdJAanHOpGUrZUQDCJYc_0m-Nq37Q-8E0IpHOHzfk

 

New card is AX200NGW

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Can you remove whitelist from X240 bios if I upload my dump and moninfo bin?? for sure??

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45 minutes ago, feherhollo said:

Can you remove whitelist from X240 bios if I upload my dump and moninfo bin?? for sure??

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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On 5/5/2021 at 9:56 PM, hslick said:

Hi,

 

Would you remove all whitelists and activate the advanced BIOS menu? I would really appreciate it.

 

https://mega.nz/file/ccp0zRBZ#n6X13ZZZHrAxtoEbg-_6kyhAvO0QNVFrItRuSdpnSkc

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

On 5/5/2021 at 11:30 PM, Judge71 said:

Hi, Klem! Would you please add my LCD EDID to bios.bin as well as unlock bios menu and remove wlan whitelist? Thanks a lot :-)

 

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/QFjv/JitCBdLVv

Hi!

Ok. Your unlocked bios with new LCD EDID support done. Check your Inbox.

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Hey,

 

I got a x240 but the Bios is locked via a supervisor password.

I tried to flash the eeprom chip to reset the password but I wasnt succesfull.

 

Can you help me to reset the password?

 

Thanks in advance.

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46 minutes ago, Warnage said:

Can you help me to reset the password?

Hi!

No, I don't work with any passwords.

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7 hours ago, jokejoke said:

Hi,

could you please remove the lcd, wifi card whitelist and unlock hidden advanced menu.

Hi!

You was changed your original display to another one, and after that you lost your brightness control?

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1 hour ago, Klem said:

Hi!

You was changed your original display to another one, and after that you lost your brightness control?

Hi,

exactly (lost brightness control) - my new LCD is N125HCE-GN1. 

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4 hours ago, jokejoke said:

Hi,

exactly (lost brightness control) - my new LCD is N125HCE-GN1. 

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

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