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[REQUEST] Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p Tiny (FBKTxxA) Whitelist Removal
#1
Hello
Thank you for all you are doing for people.
I have M93p Tiny desktop which came without WiFi adapter, but there is a slot for mini PCI card.

BIOS name fbjy96usa

The link to the BIOS is http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/...y96usa.exe

Let me know if you need any other information
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#2
I have a lenovo thinkcentre m93p tiny with bios version fbkt75aus
Can someone please remove the wifi card lock my this bios.

Current Bios version is fbkt75aus

I couldn't find a link to that version.

So I am posting the link to the latest version, which I can upgrade to


FBKTA7A


http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/...ya7usa.exe


Please unlock this bios.

Thank you
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#3
Hi,

please use following tool and post result here.
http://rghost.net/7GBZt7FVt


Greetings

ZabbensX

Befor flash, check this recovery procedur: https://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/...-recovery/ when this is working, you are able to recover a broken bios!
Don't flash Bios if you receive a warning or error!
You flash on your own risk! - I am also new to this.
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#4
Hello,

same computer here, Lenovo thinkcentre m93p tiny but with bios FBKTA1AUS.

I dont want to hijack thread, if its better to open a new thread i will delete this inmediatly.

I have searched in the lenovo suport site:
http://support.lenovo.com/es/es/products...entre-m93p (spanish site, since i am in spain)

and the only bios version that i can see is the FBKTA7A (3/18/2015). Same bios that wisejim has said.

I have use the tool posted by ZabbensX and these are the results:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B7d8IkGJXKB6fkFsM21YMWxjaUFQX0ZQejRmR1BXdVlSRk85REctejJDWVlqWXN0eGh0VUk&usp=sharing

Any help woud be greatly apreciated. Thanks in advance an sorry by my bad english.
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#5
Hi,

it seems that the link is broken.

Greetings
ZabbensX

Befor flash, check this recovery procedur: https://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/...-recovery/ when this is working, you are able to recover a broken bios!
Don't flash Bios if you receive a warning or error!
You flash on your own risk! - I am also new to this.
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#6
Sorry!

I hope now works:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7d8IkGJ...cslist_api

Sorry for the inconvenience.
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#7
Hi,

i took a look at your results, the bad news - it look like you have to patch your bios with external hardware.
You may need an EEPROM Reader/Programmer and a Testclip.
The Tools come round about 20$ if you want to proceed have a look at this thread:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...val?page=3

It is not as hard as it may look like.
The ROM file could be patched by your self or you may use the forum.


Greetings

ZabbensX

Befor flash, check this recovery procedur: https://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/...-recovery/ when this is working, you are able to recover a broken bios!
Don't flash Bios if you receive a warning or error!
You flash on your own risk! - I am also new to this.
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#8
Smile 
Hi,

I bought a Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 (model 633ANHMW) it is a lenovo card but i get 1802 error. Did not had a Wifi card on the M93p tiny

Bios backup is at https://mega.nz/#!YRMjQbTL!6jPLO5Wngaksi...pSuRp5a_VM


used Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0

Thanks

Rolleyes
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#9
Submitting a request for a whitelist removal for this Lenovo M93p Tiny.
Attached is a link to the Lenovo generated as well as a copy of my BIOS dump.

I have several of these machines and if possible for you to send a version with whitelist removed, I'd love to write a tutorial and experiment with my others (ive never re-written the BIOS on a PC, but have messed with the EFI of Macs...)

Thanks in advance.

Lenovo Link to Bios:
https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/think...yd1usa.exe

My BIOS:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ks5d2u8lcr006c...S.ROM?dl=0

Hardware Dump of BIOS as well (In case you wanted that):
https://www.dropbox.com/s/27245oxin2feek...1.bin?dl=0
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#10
Is it even possible to remove the whitelist from this BIOS?
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