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18 hours ago, gadgetrepairs said:

Hi,

 

Please could you add this display to the whitelist so I can change the brightness in Windows? It's a Dell panel and doesn't have a human-readable EDID so I've attached a copy from MonInfo in the rar file.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/19mp9pMJKiVLRZy4r8KkGKsLkjBlaSJAU/view?usp=sharing

 

Thanks!

Hi!

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

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On 5/23/2021 at 5:14 PM, Klem said:

Hi!

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

 

Flashed and working perfectly. Thanks!

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11 minutes ago, gadgetrepairs said:

Flashed and working perfectly. Thanks!

Ok. Thanks for your feedback.

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On 6/18/2021 at 7:17 PM, aitano said:

Hi Klem,

Could you please remove the WWAN/WLAN whitelist and unlock the Advanced Menu for my Thinkpad X240 bios please?

A link to my bios can be found here: 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vrfiqgbrr12fdon/biosJOSE.Bin?dl=0

 

Thanks so much

Hi!

Ok. I checked your file bios dump, unfortunately it's not correct. You need to read your bios dump from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical.

If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version.

All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link:  https://files.fm/u/7t7pbeehq

I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1

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On 6/18/2021 at 8:15 PM, Klem said:

Hi!

Ok. I checked your file bios dump, unfortunately it's not correct. You need to read your bios dump from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical.

If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version.

All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link:  https://files.fm/u/7t7pbeehq

I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1

Hi Klem.

This is the new file bios dump.

It's now right?

Thanks

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/df8k0qdgqd6dhrd/bios.bin?dl=0

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On 7/10/2021 at 11:28 PM, DINO_GELMI said:
Hi Klem,

Could you please remove the WWAN/WLAN whitelist and unlock the Advanced Menu for my Thinkpad X240 bios please?

Hi!

Ok. I checked your file bios dump, unfortunately it's not correct. You need to read your bios dump (using hardware SPI programmer, how to do it, read the first page of this thread), from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical.

If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version.

All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link:  https://files.fm/u/7t7pbeehq

I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1

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10 hours ago, DINO_GELMI said:
I'm sorry I got the wrong image, it is that they gave me 2 and apparently this is the one extracted with asprogrammer.
I appreciate your help.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FuSO47GzbRetaYek6NgII_fIy18lesDM/view?usp=sharing

 

Thanks

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

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1 hour ago, ching2-o said:

Hi Sir Klem,

 

With your kindness please remove the WWAN/WLAN whitelist and unlock the Advanced Menu for my Thinkpad X240 bios please?

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/pvztk2xif5m9v4u/x240_ching.bin/file

 

Thank you very much Sir

Hi!

Ok. I checked your file bios dump, unfortunately it's not correct.

File bios dump from Lenovo ThinkPad X240 must have size 16 384 KB.  

You need to read your bios dump from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical.

If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version.

All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link:  https://files.fm/u/7t7pbeehq

I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1

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1 hour ago, Klem said:

Hi!

Ok. I checked your file bios dump, unfortunately it's not correct.

File bios dump from Lenovo ThinkPad X240 must have size 16 384 KB.  

You need to read your bios dump from your bios chip again, may be multiple times and compare in any hex editor (for example HxD), all dumps should be identical.

If you will meet with some problems with read bios dump from your bios chip, then try to use different software version.

All software versions for Ch341A programmer I placed into this link:  https://files.fm/u/7t7pbeehq

I recommend you use software AsProgrammer_1.4.1

Sorry Sir Klem, please check this one:

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/3z0ru2i5bq8913m/x240_ching2.bin/file

 

by AsProgrammer:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/yagbpcjnx2w85jh/x240_ching_asp/file

 

Is there also chance to modify EC version sir? I updated last time with latest bios update from Lenovo but EC version sticks to 1.11 and not updated to 1.18

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Hi!
If you remove the whitelist, is it possible to install batteries not from Lenovo in x240 and replace e7345 with e7455?

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48 minutes ago, Cepera said:

If you remove the whitelist, is it possible to install batteries not from Lenovo

Hi!

No, unlocking whitelist it's for replace WLAN and WWAN cards. The restriction on the use of non-original batteries is placed in the EC firmware (not in bios).

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1 hour ago, Klem said:

No, unlocking whitelist it's for replace WLAN and WWAN cards. The restriction on the use of non-original batteries is placed in the EC firmware (not in bios).

Thanks for the answer. I will buy ch341a.

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Hello Klem!

 

- Could you unlock the hidden menu in my BIOS and remove the WLAN&WWAN whitelist, please?

Lenovo x240 - Bios

- Have you checked the information from this post? So you can turn off the beep in the modified BIOS?

- Write your paypal please.

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6 hours ago, Cepera said:

Hello Klem!

 

- Could you unlock the hidden menu in my BIOS and remove the WLAN&WWAN whitelist, please?

Lenovo x240 - Bios

- Have you checked the information from this post? So you can turn off the beep in the modified BIOS?

- Write your paypal please.

Hi!

Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.

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Hello everybody!

Sorry for my bad english, this is google translate :(

I have Lenovo x240:

 

  1. Many thanks to Klem. He removed the WWAN and WLAN whitelist in my x240 bios.
  2. I replaced WLAN: old ac7260 with new ac8265 - super !!! I wanted to put ax210, but unfortunately it haven't a drivers for Windows 7, for Windows 10 only.
  3. Replaced WWAN: old em7345 with new em7455 - problem:
  • when turning on or restarting the x240, a sound signal and an error appear:

2101: Detection error on SSD1 (M.2)
Press Esc to continue

 

  • after pressing ESC, Windows boots, em7455 works fine !!!

In interface m.2, the bus is configured using the output pins of the plug-in modules. See Product Technical Specification em7345, em7455, ssd-disk:

Spoiler

 

em7345:
CONFIG_3 (01) - (GND in default module configuration)
CONFIG_0 (21) - (NC in default module configuration)
CONFIG_2 (75) - (GND in default module configuration)
CONFIG_1 (69) - (GND in default module configuration)

em7455:
CONFIG_3 (01) - (NC in default module configuration)
CONFIG_0 (21) - (GND in default module configuration)
CONFIG_2 (75) - (GND in default module configuration)
CONFIG_1 (69) - (NC in default module configuration)

SSD-disk:
CONFIG pins are set by the SSD to inform the host if the drive wishes to use the SATA or PCIe signaling scheme. SSD-SATA pull pin 1, pin 21, pin 69, pin 75 to Ground.

 


To eliminate the sound signal and the appearance of an error, it is necessary to glue or paint over with varnish 21 pins of em7455.

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