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RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - TTAV134 - 03-24-2011 12:46 PM

-Manufacturer: HP
-Model: HP NX9420 (68YAF)
-Bios Revision: F.1D (11 Jul 2008)
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp40001-40500/sp40189.exe
-Bios Type: Rompaq
-Tools: ADDCC V3
-Modifier: TTAV134

WLAN whitelist check "removed"

HP_NX9420_F1D_sp40189_SLIC21_SLPon_no_whitelist.zip

flash with this patched HPQFlash.exe



(03-24-2011 12:14 PM)kahlil88 Wrote:  I recently bought a TP-Link TL-WN861N (AR9223 chipset) for my NW8240 laptop and get the "incompatible device" BIOS error. I would greatly appreciate a whitelist removed BIOS.
Here is the latest BIOS from HP (68DTV, F.18, 2009/07/24): ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45001-45500/sp45086.exe

NOTE: I'm running Linux and will have to flash from my FreeDOS live USB stick using the appropriate DOS-based flash program (Uniflash, Phlash16, w/e).

HP Compaq nc8230 Notebook PC
HP Compaq nw8240 Notebook PC
HP Compaq nx8220 Notebook PC

make a DOS bootable usb stick and copy the 2 files from this archive

NX8220_DTV_sp45086_no_whitelist_DOS.zip

flash from DOS with the included rompaq utility


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - grimstone - 03-24-2011 01:27 PM

(03-24-2011 12:46 PM)TTAV134 Wrote:  -Manufacturer: HP
-Model: HP NX9420 (68YAF)
-Bios Revision: F.1D (11 Jul 2008)
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp40001-40500/sp40189.exe
-Bios Type: Rompaq
-Tools: ADDCC V3
-Modifier: TTAV134

WLAN whitelist check "removed"

HP_NX9420_F1D_sp40189_SLIC21_SLPon_no_whitelist.zip

flash with this patched HPQFlash.exe
(03-24-2011 12:14 PM)kahlil88 Wrote:  I recently bought a TP-Link TL-WN861N (AR9223 chipset) for my NW8240 laptop and get the "incompatible device" BIOS error. I would greatly appreciate a whitelist removed BIOS.
Here is the latest BIOS from HP (68DTV, F.18, 2009/07/24): ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45001-45500/sp45086.exe

NOTE: I'm running Linux and will have to flash from my FreeDOS live USB stick using the appropriate DOS-based flash program (Uniflash, Phlash16, w/e).

make a DOS bootable usb stick and copy the 2 files from this archive

NX8220_DTV_sp45086_no_whitelist_DOS.zip

flash from DOS with the included rompaq utility
[NX9420]
Hello,
Thanks for beeing so quick.

Bios was written from winxp using your hpqflash. And it worked.
Pc booted normaly with the original wifi card. I inserted the WIFI link 5100 from intel and same as before. Power button led was light when I inserted the AC adaptor (I do not have a battery ob this laptop). I removed the card and reinserted the AC adapter. Fans started to run and I hot inserted the card. Windows booted normaly and now I am installing the drivers for the new card. Be right back when I install the drivers and make the card work and reboot the pc to see if it boots normaly.

No... still the same simptoms:
If I remove the power adapter power button led is on and also palm rest leds power and battery are on and the laptop refuses to even start booting
If i remove the intel 5100 and plugin the AC adapter (remember I have no battery) everithing is ok and I can power on the lapton and use the card. Strange.
Below you will find the hardware id's for the intel wifilink 5100 AGN:

PCI\VWN_8086&DEV_2437&SUBSYS_12118086&REV_00\4&4878531&0&00E1

Please ask of any info needed.Can you help making this laptop boot normaly with this card?


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - kahlil88 - 03-24-2011 02:24 PM

(03-24-2011 12:46 PM)TTAV134 Wrote:  -Manufacturer: HP
-Model: HP NX9420 (68YAF)
-Bios Revision: F.1D (11 Jul 2008)
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp40001-40500/sp40189.exe
-Bios Type: Rompaq
-Tools: ADDCC V3
-Modifier: TTAV134

WLAN whitelist check "removed"

HP_NX9420_F1D_sp40189_SLIC21_SLPon_no_whitelist.zip

flash with this patched HPQFlash.exe



(03-24-2011 12:14 PM)kahlil88 Wrote:  I recently bought a TP-Link TL-WN861N (AR9223 chipset) for my NW8240 laptop and get the "incompatible device" BIOS error. I would greatly appreciate a whitelist removed BIOS.
Here is the latest BIOS from HP (68DTV, F.18, 2009/07/24): ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45001-45500/sp45086.exe

NOTE: I'm running Linux and will have to flash from my FreeDOS live USB stick using the appropriate DOS-based flash program (Uniflash, Phlash16, w/e).

HP Compaq nc8230 Notebook PC
HP Compaq nw8240 Notebook PC
HP Compaq nx8220 Notebook PC

make a DOS bootable usb stick and copy the 2 files from this archive

NX8220_DTV_sp45086_no_whitelist_DOS.zip

flash from DOS with the included rompaq utility

Thank you very much for your time. Patched like a charm. Big Grin


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - TTAV134 - 03-24-2011 02:52 PM

Quote:[NX9420]
Hello,
Thanks for beeing so quick.

Bios was written from winxp using your hpqflash. And it worked.
Pc booted normaly with the original wifi card. I inserted the WIFI link 5100 from intel and same as before. Power button led was light when I inserted the AC adaptor (I do not have a battery ob this laptop). I removed the card and reinserted the AC adapter. Fans started to run and I hot inserted the card. Windows booted normaly and now I am installing the drivers for the new card. Be right back when I install the drivers and make the card work and reboot the pc to see if it boots normaly.

No... still the same simptoms:
If I remove the power adapter power button led is on and also palm rest leds power and battery are on and the laptop refuses to even start booting
If i remove the intel 5100 and plugin the AC adapter (remember I have no battery) everithing is ok and I can power on the lapton and use the card. Strange.
Below you will find the hardware id's for the intel wifilink 5100 AGN:

PCI\VWN_8086&DEV_2437&SUBSYS_12118086&REV_00\4&4878531&0&00E1

Please ask of any info needed.Can you help making this laptop boot normaly with this card?

sorry if you have some issue with this wlan card but please consider that i'm not responsible of hardware incompatibility.
The bios patch just allow using any card that's all, no more no less, i cant and i will not do more than i did.
Making a "reset to default" in bios settings may help.
note: intel wifilink 5100 are know to be problematics, try with an other model.

regards


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - grimstone - 03-24-2011 04:21 PM

(03-24-2011 02:52 PM)TTAV134 Wrote:  
Quote:[NX9420]
Hello,
Thanks for beeing so quick.

Bios was written from winxp using your hpqflash. And it worked.
Pc booted normaly with the original wifi card. I inserted the WIFI link 5100 from intel and same as before. Power button led was light when I inserted the AC adaptor (I do not have a battery ob this laptop). I removed the card and reinserted the AC adapter. Fans started to run and I hot inserted the card. Windows booted normaly and now I am installing the drivers for the new card. Be right back when I install the drivers and make the card work and reboot the pc to see if it boots normaly.

No... still the same simptoms:
If I remove the power adapter power button led is on and also palm rest leds power and battery are on and the laptop refuses to even start booting
If i remove the intel 5100 and plugin the AC adapter (remember I have no battery) everithing is ok and I can power on the lapton and use the card. Strange.
Below you will find the hardware id's for the intel wifilink 5100 AGN:

PCI\VWN_8086&DEV_2437&SUBSYS_12118086&REV_00\4&4878531&0&00E1

Please ask of any info needed.Can you help making this laptop boot normaly with this card?

sorry if you have some issue with this wlan card but please consider that i'm not responsible of hardware incompatibility.
The bios patch just allow using any card that's all, no more no less, i cant and i will not do more than i did.
Making a "reset to default" in bios settings may help.
note: intel wifilink 5100 are know to be problematics, try with an other model.

regards

Ok,
Thnak you a lot for the de-whitelisting and keep up the good work with this thread.
Thank's a lot again


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - grimstone - 03-25-2011 04:35 AM

(03-24-2011 02:52 PM)TTAV134 Wrote:  
Quote:[NX9420]
Hello,
Thanks for beeing so quick.

Bios was written from winxp using your hpqflash. And it worked.
Pc booted normaly with the original wifi card. I inserted the WIFI link 5100 from intel and same as before. Power button led was light when I inserted the AC adaptor (I do not have a battery ob this laptop). I removed the card and reinserted the AC adapter. Fans started to run and I hot inserted the card. Windows booted normaly and now I am installing the drivers for the new card. Be right back when I install the drivers and make the card work and reboot the pc to see if it boots normaly.

No... still the same simptoms:
If I remove the power adapter power button led is on and also palm rest leds power and battery are on and the laptop refuses to even start booting
If i remove the intel 5100 and plugin the AC adapter (remember I have no battery) everithing is ok and I can power on the lapton and use the card. Strange.
Below you will find the hardware id's for the intel wifilink 5100 AGN:

PCI\VWN_8086&DEV_2437&SUBSYS_12118086&REV_00\4&4878531&0&00E1

Please ask of any info needed.Can you help making this laptop boot normaly with this card?

sorry if you have some issue with this wlan card but please consider that i'm not responsible of hardware incompatibility.
The bios patch just allow using any card that's all, no more no less, i cant and i will not do more than i did.
Making a "reset to default" in bios settings may help.
note: intel wifilink 5100 are know to be problematics, try with an other model.

regards

Hello,
Can you please recommend me a good pci-e n adapter?
Is the Intel Wifi Link 4965 ok?


Are all F23 Bios's equal? - mrandrew - 03-27-2011 12:25 AM

I am new to this, but I havent seen this question addressed: I have a newish HP DV7t-4000 with the latest BIOS, F.23. I want to upgrade the stock Intel Centrino N1000 to the whizzy new N633ANHMW, but that isnt on the whitelist, so it fails. Grrrrr.

I have seen posts on the forum for a fixed F.23 BIOS, but it was for another HP machine. Are BIOS's machine independent? Can I use a fixed F.23 BIOS that targeted a different HP machine on my DV7t-4000? Or does a new fixed bios need to be hacked for each and every model?

If the former, I will go ahead and download that fixed BIOS. If the latter, I will post my bios, etc, here.

Thanks
(newbie) Mr_Andrew


RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread! - 1234s282 - 03-27-2011 06:14 AM

Hi Mr_Andrew

The best way of checking would be using the HP Support site , check the spXXXXX number of the file we modded and compare it with the spXXXXX number of the bios available for your model from the HP support site. If the sp number is the same then you can use our previously modded bios. More than one HP machine uses the same bios

Admin


HP sp50942 whitelist (was RE: HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread!) - mrandrew2 - 03-27-2011 09:35 PM

Oh no! Sad I have the dreaded sp50942.exe BIOS.

I dont suppose there's been any progress cracking it?

Assuming sp50942.exe continues to be unfixable, what are my options? Do I wait and hope that HP releases a new bios some day that includes N633ANHMW in the whitelist? Do you have any sense for whether they tend to do that as a matter of course, and if so how often? I would imagine that Intel (their partner) would be on their case to purchase, use, and support the latest and greatest Centrino WiFi chips. No?

I very much appreciate your support.

Andrew


(03-27-2011 06:14 AM)1234s282 Wrote:  Hi Mr_Andrew

The best way of checking would be using the HP Support site , check the spXXXXX number of the file we modded and compare it with the spXXXXX number of the bios available for your model from the HP support site. If the sp number is the same then you can use our previously modded bios. More than one HP machine uses the same bios

Admin



RE: HP sp50942 whitelist (was HP Disabled Whitelist Mega Thread!) - mrandrew - 03-29-2011 07:01 PM

Hi;

Does anyone know the answer?

Thanks
Andrew

PS: Sorry I have been using 2 accounts - there was a wierd problem that wasnt allowing me to log on which has now been fixed.

(03-27-2011 09:35 PM)mrandrew2 Wrote:  Oh no! Sad I have the dreaded sp50942.exe BIOS.

I dont suppose there's been any progress cracking it?

Assuming sp50942.exe continues to be unfixable, what are my options? Do I wait and hope that HP releases a new bios some day that includes N633ANHMW in the whitelist? Do you have any sense for whether they tend to do that as a matter of course, and if so how often? I would imagine that Intel (their partner) would be on their case to purchase, use, and support the latest and greatest Centrino WiFi chips. No?

I very much appreciate your support.

Andrew


(03-27-2011 06:14 AM)1234s282 Wrote:  Hi Mr_Andrew

The best way of checking would be using the HP Support site , check the spXXXXX number of the file we modded and compare it with the spXXXXX number of the bios available for your model from the HP support site. If the sp number is the same then you can use our previously modded bios. More than one HP machine uses the same bios

Admin