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[REQUEST] HP Elitebook 8560p Whitelist Removal
#1
Hello,

I'm trying to use a Ericsson F5521gw WWAN module in my new HP Elitebook 8560p (The HP hs2340 HSPA+ Mobile Broadband Module has the same chip, but the BIOS disables the original Ericsson Module).

I'm using the newest BIOS F.03, in my case the 68SCF Family ROM
Link: BIOS F.03

Is there any possibility to remove the WWAN whitelist from this BIOS?

Thanks! Smile
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#2

this bios is using a new whitelist protection scheme, what is the error message please.
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#3
I've made a picture where you can see the exact error:

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#4

i see nothing!
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#5
Thats strange, ok i post the whole text:

"Wireless Module not supported"

The System has detected that a Wireless module installed in the system is not supported and disabled it.

WWAN Module ID (703)

ENTER - Continue Startup
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#6
Has nobody an idea?
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(06-25-2011, 07:31 AM)Reises Wrote: Has nobody an idea?

Which is the PCI ID for the working card?

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(06-25-2011, 09:15 AM)camiloml Wrote:
(06-25-2011, 07:31 AM)Reises Wrote: Has nobody an idea?

Which is the PCI ID for the working card?

Here's the ID for Ericsson F5521gw:
USB\VID_0bdb&PID_190D&Mi_06

thx
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(06-25-2011, 11:38 AM)Reises Wrote:
(06-25-2011, 09:15 AM)camiloml Wrote:
(06-25-2011, 07:31 AM)Reises Wrote: Has nobody an idea?

Which is the PCI ID for the working card?

Here's the ID for Ericsson F5521gw:
USB\VID_0bdb&PID_190D&Mi_06

thx

I don't understand :-¿?

LOL, that a USB Vid/Pid Smile not PCI DeviceID.

The wwan card that came originally into the PC is USB or PCI-e???

I think i'm confused here.

Also what is the USB ID of the original card? That one is the one you want to use.

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(06-25-2011, 02:16 PM)camiloml Wrote: I don't understand :-¿?

LOL, that a USB Vid/Pid Smile not PCI DeviceID.

The wwan card that came originally into the PC is USB or PCI-e???

I think i'm confused here.

I'm also wondering about (the module is PCIe), but that's the only ID i found in the Device Manager where normally the PCI DeviceID is (I've plugged the module in my crappy old Medion Notebook which has no Whitelist Protection)

I've also a HP Mini 5101 with a Gobi WWAN Module, it also have a USB\VIDxxx-ID in the Device Manager!
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