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[REQUEST] Lenovo E545 Whitelist Removal
#11
Ok mate,
Use this tool (Prepare a Booting USB Stick using RUFUS tool) then unpack this
anc opy all files from modified folder into the USB Stick and go into
Bios Setup then Set Secure Boot Disable if present and Legacy Bios USB !
Boot form the USB Stich and execute Flash.bat
You will get a Bios Backup file then upload It here !
Let me know
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#12
The tool says "File not found" and abort.
I give up...
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#13
Ok then Boot from USB Stick and when You got DOS env.
C:\ then execute manually this commands


pflash.exe /RO oldbios.rom

Or if this will not work then try . . .

pflash.exe /BU


Let me know
Regards

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#14
"File not found!" see Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3pmY9R...RzWms/view
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#15
Please Use a Linux tool to get a Full Report of your Laptop to see Chipset , CPU , etc
Then upload It here please !
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#16
Here is a Attachment with the Inforamtion:
- cpuinfo
- dmidecode
- lspci (full)
- lsusb (full)

If you need I can this certainly find more information.


Attached Files
.zip   hwinfo.zip (Size: 13.65 KB / Downloads: 3)
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#17
Replied in PM !
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#18
@BDMaster
I found a way to run "RWEverything" and save a ACPI Report. Can you use this with the original BIOS to remove the Whitelist?
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