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[REQUEST] Modify X230 BIOS with clip
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I have tried to modify the X230 BIOS but failure. I used SOP8 clip and tl866cs programmer(https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=201...2747084587). I also followed the rst1024 method to disconnect the VCC/3.3V power supply and enabled the Wake-on-LAN mode so that the flash chip will be supplied with a safe 3.3V by AC source. But when I opened the programmer with the clip plugged in it back me an error that cannot read my flash chip.

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(11-21-2015, 04:40 AM)BDMaster Wrote: Here You go :

http://rghost.net/8G7zNWVLw

Let me know
Regards

P.S. Puoi dirmi dove hai comprato i RaspBerry PI ?

Hi Guys,


awesome job here, had no problems with reading bios with same equipment. Big Thumbs up!!!!

@BDMaster
could you do me the same favour and remove whitelist 

here the bios:
http://rgho.st/6gKSNlGbP

Best Regards and thanks in advance
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(05-09-2017, 02:20 PM)Elektrolatz Wrote: could you do me the same favour and remove whitelist 

Best Regards and thanks in advance
Hi
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid127779
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#14
Hi everyone!

I'm trying to do my first BIOS edit on a Thinkpad X230t. I extracted the BIOS from my X230 using a SOIC 6clip and a  Raspberry Pi. I used these commands to extract:

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sudo flashrom -p linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev0.0 -c MX25L3206E/MX25L3208E 

flashrom --programmer linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev0.0 \
           --chip "MX25L3206E/MX25L3208E" \
           --read original.4mb1.rom

flashrom --programmer linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev0.0 \
           --chip "MX25L3206E/MX25L3208E" \
           --read original.4mb2.rom

diff original.4mb1.rom original.4mb2.rom

flashrom --programmer linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev0.0 \
           --chip "MX25L6405" \
           --read original.8mb1.rom

flashrom --programmer linux_spi:dev=/dev/spidev0.0 \
           --chip "MX25L6405" \
           --read original.8mb2.rom

diff original.8mb1.rom original.8mb2.rom

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I then copied the rom's to my Windows machine and tried to open them, but I got the follow error from Phoenix BIOS Editor:

"No BCP's found!"

I've tried Googling, but I haven't found the solutions. 

Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I'm messing up?

Thanks!

zog
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