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  2. Hello @Klem, thanks a lot for your help I'd love to remove wifi whitelist, unlock hidden additional menus and settings in bios setup menu and unlocked vbios please. Thank you! https://www.sendspace.com/file/7gb9gs
  3. Yesterday
  4. Good day! I'm interested to unlock the WLAN whitelist. I want to use new wlan. Please help. I upload all files here. https://www.sendspace.com/file/rkpj92 my bios 8dcn40ww (not 8dcn37ww) Lenovo z510
  5. Hello Klem, Could you modify this bios to remove the whitelist, allow vbios mod and overclocking? The device is Y50-70 with i7 4710HQ, 4095 MB GTX 860M. https://www.sendspace.com/file/eiqnui
  6. Hope that BAKED has a solution for us.
  7. Hi! I'd also like to upgrade my WiFi and need a removed whitelist. Here's my BIOS backup: https://www.sendspace.com/file/iraz6w Thanks in advance! Thomas
  8. Hey all,the same exact story happened to me too. i had to force flash back 1.05.07 g-sync from clevo mirror servers to have back my g-sync option. now my bios shows "p870dm" in bios but atleast i have g-sync back. At the moment im waiting a message from @Baked . He told me once that he can make a patch to the bios in order to make g-sync work. best regards from Germany. Andy
  9. Last week
  10. hello. is it possible to remove lcd whitelist? i changed lcd panel to china compartible
  11. Well, ended up doing it. Not too shabby, for a first timer (never done any polishing work before). I'll explain the steps below with photos. This'll take you a few hours if you do it by hand like me, but probably a fraction of that if you have a proper sanding/polishing wheel to work with. First I had to cover the thing up with tape to seal off the sides. I used electrical tape and then masking tape over it. I wouldn't recommend this looking back, instead use just electrical tape all around it, wrapping it from the bezels on the top of the screen to the bottom of the computer covering up all the holes and ports. Wrap it tight so no liquids can get in there. If you want, do a double layer just to be safe since some of the chemicals here can be pretty acidic. You really want to take your time for this part to make sure you're not only closing off all points of entry for liquid, but defining the area you want to work with nicely as well. This tape will act as a border that defines the area that gets sanded and polished. Don't be sloppy like I was or you may end up with some jank results. Once it's securely covered and liquid proofed along the sides and bezels, generously spray some Easy Off oven cleaner on it. Make sure it starts to bubble up all over the surface area. If it looks like you missed a spot put some more on there. Sit and wait ~10 minutes and let it do its thing. Once you let it sit for a good long while take a roll of paper towels with you, and start scraping away at the finish. it should come off like mud. Once you scrape it all off it should look something like this: Once you clean it all off with another clean towel do the same thing one more time, just to make sure. I did it 3 times but I think that was overkill, it's never going to be perfect with just this. Once you're satisfied and cleaned it all off, it's time to move onto the fun part--sanding! I started off with a 400 grit wet or dry sandpaper. I used my fingers to lightly coat the top with some water before sanding. The first layer of sanding might take a while, especially if you're like me and you have a pretty bad scratched and dented lid where it's all uneven. If you have a sanding wheel for this next part, you probably already know how to use it so just go ahead and do that, being careful to not push down on it TOO hard. If you're like me and you need to do it by hand, I did a cross-hatching technique. I went up and down with the sand paper thoroughly both ways, then spun it around 90 degrees and did the same thing. I repeated this until it made a full rotation, then I used some dish detergent and water to clean it off with some paper towels. You might have to do this multiple times with the 400 grit paper. It might look kinda crappy too at this point but don't worry, it'll get better as we go on. (I forgot to take a picture at this point, sorry) The next step is to do pretty much the same thing with slightly finer paper, I used 600 grit. This is what it looked like when I was done with that. Far from done, but starting to take its form nicely. After that was 1500 grit paper. It'll be better still at this point but still far from done (I forgot to take a picture here again). At this point I think you can go one of two ways. If you have the finer grit paper or you have a wheel for it, move onto sandpaper with grit in the 2000s, then maybe finish off with somewhere in the 3000s or 4000s if you'd like. Since I had neither, I moved onto brass wool at this point. I started with coarse brass wool and did the same technique as the sandpaper, with the addition of making circles around the surface as well. By this point it should really start to look like a decent mirror finish. Unfortunately you can see that I was a jackass and gave too much attention to one spot there. Try to avoid doing that if possible, it messes with the look a bit. If it does happen you might be able to buff it out with polish, but I wasn't really able to with mine. Maybe if I had a proper wheel I could. Anyway, after this I moved onto the fine grit brass wool and did the same thing. At this point it had a pretty good mirror finish, despite my messed up splotch there. Unless you're looking directly at it you really don't see it, especially in well lit areas. When your sanding is down to the level you want it to be at, it's time for some polish. I used some Brasso with a couple of old socks to put it on there. You really need to take your time to rub it in there to get the full effect, or it'll just end up looking even duller and worse. If you have any blemishes like I did, now's a good time to try and clean those up. After that, make sure the surface is dry and cleaned up, unwrap your latitude from its tape cocoon, and pray to god it turns on. Despite my poor taping efforts I have a relatively nice border defined around this thing. It maybe be uneven if you look really closely at it, but I don't really care, it looks good enough. Just make sure you learn from my mistakes if you try this out for yourself and yours will look even better.
  12. Klem thank you very much it works perfectly, now remains more than to change the wifi and wwan card to test the whitelist. I would make a return from the operation. Thank you so munch
  13. Dear Klem, whould you please unlock the whitelist for wifi cards and also the hidden menu for the bios of my thinkpad x240! Here is the link for my dumped bios .bin file. Thanks A lot!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1st-O61VxahQxErYkzMy6H_aZFegUYcyS/view?usp=sharing
  14. Hello, I just received my Lenovo T440p that I ordered on ebay and delivered a moment. I would like you to unlock my bios latest version at 100% I need to have a wifi whitelist with wwan and if possible whitelist battery to accept other brand batteries. Here is the link of my bios: https://mega.nz/#!nFE1zA5Z!ffcrauKbEYm6eEXf0pSxlTIGSc_QFGwFoSPn-0lUe4E Waiting for response from you and confirm that my bios and dumped so that you can do the necessary and thank you in advance.
  15. Hi! Can someone provide me unlocked BIOS for my Lenovo z50-70 (Remove whitelist, unlock all hidden menus and settings and unlocked vbios)? Original BIOS extracted with Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0: https://mega.nz/#!k9dykIbI!R0FPh6xZ9Tn_mNephuGKDuxO9EmBsHd_EAP67kujg_o
  16. nick13

    Y510p Ultrabay Graphics card

    Hello. Also interested for one when available.
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  19. Good day! I'm interested to unlock the WLAN whitelist and bios feature. can you pls kindly help on this? My laptop model is Lenovo Z510. My bios is here https://www.sendspace.com/file/a2gnn3 thank you very much!
  20. Hey everyone! After lots of searching it looks like this is the go-to place for laptop mods online, so I figured this would be the best place to ask something like this. I picked up a Dell E6530 for basically scrap value, and I love the thing. Runs Xubuntu great, battery is halfway decent, and I can play 99% of the games I own on it. My friend on the other hand picked up an E6440 with its silver-ish finish along the back. As much as I love my 6530 I've gotta say, that thing looks great. To get to the point now, I was wondering if it's possible for me to polish the top of the lid on my 6530 to have a more silver finish like that (or maybe even a mirror finish if I sand it down with a fine enough grit). Really what I want to know is if the dark grey part of the lid is actually metal. I can't seem to get a definitive answer online, and I tried the magnet test on it and it wasn't magnetic at all. This doesn't necessarily mean it's not metal though, as aluminum isn't magnetic but is obviously a sandable/polishable metal. One source said the laptop has anodized aluminum parts on it, but they didn't specify whether it was something internal or external. Can anyone here provide me some insight? If the grey part is definitely a metal and not a plastic, I think I'm gonna give it a try. As stated before I got this thing for scrap value, so if in the end it doesn't work out I'm not gonna cry over it or anything. Still though, I'd rather not run into this blind. If this is indeed possible though and I can accomplish what I want with a decent looking result, I'll post up some pictures with the method I used for others to do as well. Thanks in advance!
  21. xZhekill

    G75VW wlan+bluetooth upgrade

    Intel AC7260
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