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[REQUEST] Lenovo Z50-70 Laptop Whitelist removal
#1
-Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer 5A5 (U3E1)
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo: lenovo z50
-Bios Backup: bios backup
-Original Wifi card: Qualcomm Atheros AR956x Wireless Network Adapter

-New Wifi card: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 - PCI Express M.2 Card, 7260.NGWWB

Many thanks
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(07-23-2014, 01:12 PM)Contradictio Wrote: -Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer 5A5 (U3E1)
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo: lenovo z50
-Bios Backup: bios backup
-Original Wifi card: Qualcomm Atheros AR956x Wireless Network Adapter

-New Wifi card: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 - PCI Express M.2 Card, 7260.NGWWB

Many thanks

Hi friend,
your Bios Mod here, follow instructions to reflash It into Eeprom :

http://rghost.net/57072020

Let me know
Regards

Your Brain . . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!!
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(07-24-2014, 10:54 AM)BDMaster Wrote:
(07-23-2014, 01:12 PM)Contradictio Wrote: -Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer (U3E1)
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo: lenovo z50
-Bios Backup: bios backup
-Original Wifi card: Qualcomm Atheros AR956x Wireless Network Adapter

-New Wifi card: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 - PCI Express M.2 Card, 7260.NGWWB

Many thanks

Hi friend,
your Bios Mod here, follow instructions to reflash It into Eeprom :

http://rghost.net/57072020

Let me know
Regards

Hi there!

Thanks for this BIOS. I also have a Lenovo Z50 with current the exact same BIOS flashed and the same Motherboard. Is it safe to flash this BIOS or do I have to extract my BIOS to get it modified so that it has no whitelist?

Edit: To be sure, here is my BIOS since I have an other WiFi card than the Topic starter:

-Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer 5A5) > See Screenshot
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo: http://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobi...cn25ww.exe
http://mobilesupport.lenovo.com/nl/nl/pr...s/DS100481
-Bios Backup: [url=https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26787678/LENOVO-9BCN25WW.rom[/url]
-Original Wifi card: Realtek RTL 8173

-New Wifi card: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 - PCI Express M.2 Card, 7260.NGWWB

Thanks!


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Hi friend,
using the same Bios Backup Mod will produce a Laptop Clone as inside there are all Significant data of pc (Serial, UUID, Model, WIN Serial, etc,) so every laptop has to use own Bios Backup Mod !!!
I will do new for Z50 based on your backup !
Regards

Here your Bios Mod :

http://rghost.net/57077475

Let me know
Regards

Your Brain . . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!!
Donate to me for my work, click here BDM
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(07-24-2014, 04:25 PM)BDMaster Wrote: Hi friend,
using the same Bios Backup Mod will produce a Laptop Clone as inside there are all Significant data of pc (Serial, UUID, Model, WIN Serial, etc,) so every laptop has to use own Bios Backup Mod !!!
I will do new for Z50 based on your backup !
Regards

Here your Bios Mod :

http://rghost.net/57077475

Let me know
Regards

Thanks for the bios!

Secure Boot and UEFI were disabled during flashing.

I'm getting this error as soon as I run the Flash command:

PDR Region does not exist.
GBE Region does not exist.


Error 28: Protected Range Registers are currently set by BIOS, preventing Flash access.
Please contact the target system BIOS vendor for an option to disable Protected Range Registers.


Here is a FPT run:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26787678/result.rar
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#6
Hi friend,
this is the batch file of flash.bat :

@echo off
echo Flashing BIOS region backup.
fpt.exe -f bios.bin -bios
if errorlevel 1 goto prrr1
goto exit
:prrr1
prr.exe
echo Flashing BIOS region backup.
fpt.exe -f bios.bin -bios
pause

It uses Prr.exe (Svl7 tool to bypass error 28 = Eeprom Write Protect),
so if in your case didn't work, We have a problem !
Try to do It manualy using Prr2.exe so from USB Dos Stik :

1. prr2.exe (hit enter then pause)
2. fpt -f bios.bin -bios (hit enter then pause)

If in this way We get same error We can try from Windows without prr tool (sometimes work) so from Windows copy modified folder in C: HD and open a Comand Prompt with Administrator rights and run these comands :

1. cd c:\modified
2. fptw -f bios.bin -bios (for 32 bit otherwise fptw64 for 64 bit)

Let me know
Regards

P.S. last chance is an SPI Programmer :

http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-TU...ware-Flash

Your Brain . . . . It's the best tool U can use ! Wink
Don't FLASH the Bios Mod if You get a Size Alert, You risk a Brick !!!
Donate to me for my work, click here BDM
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#7
(07-25-2014, 09:17 AM)BDMaster Wrote: Hi friend,
this is the batch file of flash.bat :

@echo off
echo Flashing BIOS region backup.
fpt.exe -f bios.bin -bios
if errorlevel 1 goto prrr1
goto exit
:prrr1
prr.exe
echo Flashing BIOS region backup.
fpt.exe -f bios.bin -bios
pause

It uses Prr.exe (Svl7 tool to bypass error 28 = Eeprom Write Protect),
so if in your case didn't work, We have a problem !
Try to do It manualy using Prr2.exe so from USB Dos Stik :

1. prr2.exe (hit enter then pause)
2. fpt -f bios.bin -bios (hit enter then pause)

If in this way We get same error We can try from Windows without prr tool (sometimes work) so from Windows copy modified folder in C: HD and open a Comand Prompt with Administrator rights and run these comands :

1. cd c:\modified
2. fptw -f bios.bin -bios (for 32 bit otherwise fptw64 for 64 bit)

Let me know
Regards

P.S. last chance is an SPI Programmer :

http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-TU...ware-Flash

Thanks for your reply. Have tested the first bit in DOS Mode and it says that the locks could not be removed, and therefore is protected. Flashing in Windows is also not possible, even though admin permission is given.

We're also stuck at this and have to wait till someone has unlocked this type of BIOS? Using a programmer is out of the question.
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#8
Thank you for the file. I will try it as soon as I get back from vacation.
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#9
I need also help... I bought a new router and Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 NGW adapter and then i found out what ''whitelist'' are.

-Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer 5A5 3190058STD)
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo: lenovo z50
-Bios Backup: bios backup
-Original Wifi card: Qualcomm Atheros AR956x Wireless Network Adapter

-New Wifi card: Wireless-AC 7260NGW WLAN PCI Express M.2 Card 867 Mbit

If you are able to hel me, I would be grateful Smile
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#10
Hi,
I would like to get the whitelist removed from my Lenovo Z50-70. I tryed to do it my self but it's not thet easy Sad
Anyone ??

-Motherboard Model: Lenovo Z50-70 (LENOVO Lancer 5A5 3190058STD)
-Bios Version: BIOS 9BCN25WW
-Bios Date: 10/04/2014
-Bios Lenovo:lenovo z50
-Bios Backup: bios backup
-Original Wifi card: Qualcomm Atheros AR956x Wireless Network Adapter

-New Wifi card: Wireless-AC 7260NGW WLAN PCI Express M.2 Card 867 Mbit

Many thanks
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