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[REQUEST] Lenovo G500(S) (7BCNxxWW) Whitelist Removal
#11
I think I did it, I made a diff of the old (v1.11) bios cracked found here on the forums on the relevant part of it (the one with the Unauthorized Wireless message) and localized the only byte modified (7E to EB, as expected).

I copied like 10 bytes following the 7E and found an exact coincidence on the new one (the 2.02), I changed it to EB and saved the BIOS.

As soon as I test it and it works, I'll upload it here.

EDIT:

Naaaah it was too good to be true.

It still says the wireless card is unauthorized.

Surprisingly, the flashing was done very quickly, and it didn't say that the data was identical either
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#12
Oh OK, I thought that if it was the same model there would be no problem, my mistake.

Luckily, reflashing the original one solved the issue
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#13
(12-31-2013, 04:28 AM)imanolbarba Wrote: Oh OK, I thought that if it was the same model there would be no problem, my mistake.

Luckily, reflashing the original one solved the issue

Right. Welcome. Big Grin

From Hanoi, Vietnam
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WL removed: Lenovo_G500s_7BCN36WW_NWL_imanolbarba
https://app.box.com/s/a472uargo8spt2jqttva

From Hanoi, Vietnam
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(12-31-2013, 06:08 AM)sovem Wrote: WL removed: Lenovo_G500s_7BCN36WW_NWL_imanolbarba
https://app.box.com/s/a472uargo8spt2jqttva

Works wonders, no issues

MANY THANKS!!!!
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#16
I also have a G500s, and I've just updated the BIOS to 7BCN36WW (2.02) so that the function keys work properly. I too would like to disable the wireless adapter whitelist so I can replace the stock Atheros card with an upgraded Intel card. I don't recall there being a different BIOS for integrated VS discrete video on the Lenovo website. Am I correct in thinking that I should be able to just flash your modded BIOS on my laptop and everything will work? I don't know enough about UEFI to know if doing so will change serial numbers or whatever.

Thanks.
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#17
[REQUEST] Lenovo G500S whitelist removal [7BCN36WW (V2.02)]
Lenovo G500s whitelist removal (Integrated graphics version)

Manufacturer: Lenovo
Model: G500s
BIOS Model: 7BCN36WW (V2.02)
BIOS dumped with Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0

BIOS Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/87a2zdeoarbjgr....02%29.rom

old card: Atheros 9485
new card: Intel Advanced-N 6235

Thank you very much.
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#18
(01-06-2014, 07:41 PM)bmcclurg Wrote: [REQUEST] Lenovo G500S whitelist removal [7BCN36WW (V2.02)]
Lenovo G500s whitelist removal (Integrated graphics version)

Manufacturer: Lenovo
Model: G500s
BIOS Model: 7BCN36WW (V2.02)
BIOS dumped with Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0

BIOS Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/87a2zdeoarbjgr....02%29.rom

old card: Atheros 9485
new card: Intel Advanced-N 6235

Thank you very much.

WL removed: Lenovo_G500s_7BCN36WW_NWL_bmcclurg
http://rghost.net/51458976
Look README to update. Please post results.

From Hanoi, Vietnam
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#19
Worked perfectly! Little problem downloading- OpenDNS blocks the download site as [censored] so took me a few minutes to get around that. And after flashing just had to redo the SLIC afterward (lost Windows authentication), but easy to do.

Thank you so muchSmile
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#20
Can you please upload the bios for the Lenovo G500s whitelist removal again please!

Lenovo G500S whitelist removal

Manufacturer: Lenovo
Model: G500S
BIOS Model: 7BCN28WW (V1.11)
Bios Type : InsydeH20 EFI

Bios Upload Location for my original bios file: http://www.sendspace.com/file/1gdjfy

old card: Intel Centrino N-135
new card: Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235
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