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[REQUEST] Lenovo G585 Whitelist Removal
#31
(12-27-2015, 04:12 AM)BDMaster Wrote: Try this one :

http://rghost.net/8jd6Mms9W

Let me know
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Im trying to run the x64 version in windows 10 x64 and it gives back " BIOS not support AT-p information!" i looked at the platform.ini and it's looking for intel.fv? im assuming this is a insydeh20 BIOS standard? otherwise i should say this is an AMD E2 processor
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#32
I haven't any further option for You !
You can use the Tools to make this job . . . look here :

https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...5#pid74575

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#33
Lenovo G585 Notebook
Bios version: 6CCN14WW
Original bios: not awailable on the website
Bios backup: http://rgho.st/7LwqW5vMr
Would like to run: Broadcom bcm943142HM

Thank You
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(02-07-2017, 04:57 AM)annexl Wrote: Lenovo G585 Notebook
Bios version: 6CCN14WW
Original bios: not awailable on the website[url=http://rgho.st/7LwqW5vMr][/url]
Would like to run: Broadcom bcm943142HM

Thank You
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#35
Hi everyone!

I have a small request. I have a problem, put a wireless card into the laptop and it says that unauthorized wireless card has been installed, Please turn off the laptop and remove it.

Could someone do a quick edit of BIOS file to remove the whitelist? 

Thanks in advance.

BIOS file backup: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2p4tfbpmtc3neiy/LENOVO-6CCN96WW%28V8.08%29.rom?dl=0&m=
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#36
I have an X1 Carbon with Corrupted UUID.

I bought it off eBay. it looks like someone removed the password by shorting the EEPROM.

now, UUID is all fffffff .

I booted from the Hardware Maintenance Diskette but I cannot read/write anything on EEPROM (Secure boot is disabled already).

when I try to add UUID it gives me error message Setting SCIA Checksum... FAILED. .



the funny part is .. after it fails (Setting SCIA Checksum... FAILED.) I reboot onto the BIOS and I find the UUID in their ! .

only when I turn off the computer.



Can I resolder/reflash (where?) ...

Im opento all suggestions. please help



zetallica@zetallica.com


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(02-07-2017, 08:46 AM)Dudu2002 Wrote:
(02-07-2017, 04:57 AM)annexl Wrote: Lenovo G585 Notebook
Bios version: 6CCN14WW
Original bios: not awailable on the website[/url]
Would like to run: Broadcom bcm943142HM

Thank You
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I'am have 6CCN14WW too.
Lenovo G585 Notebook
Model (Type 2181)
Bios version: 6CCN14WW
EC version: 6CEC14WW
Original bios: not awailable on the website. [url=https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k1KeBSv2xGTr15elYSIrrVBNUULRbjkf/view?usp=sharing]BIOS cloud

Would like to run: All WiFi adapter
Whats programm use to flash lenovo bios at Windows?
Please help. More thanks! 
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