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[REQUEST] Sony Vaio VPCEH & VPCEJ series (R0xx0Z9) BIOS Unlock
#31
Hello, I'm trying to open up the advanced options for my laptop, but alas, Insyde doesn't want me to. I don't know much about the BIOS other than what they do and the options they give, so I am a little hesitant on trying to mod it myself. Basically, all I care about right now is being able to change the SATA Controller to AHCI.


Currently, the only useful options are to set up a BIOS password (which I don't have) and to change the boot order.

Anyways, here are my specs and whatnot:

- Sony Vaio VPCEH24FX
- Running Windows 7 + Linux Mint 15 KDE
- InsydeH2O Bios Rev. 3.5 (updated version) R0200Z9


Link to the Bios Updater: http://s02.download.sony.com/US/pc/ISBSY...1-1042.EXE
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#32
Anyone? Sad
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#33
I'm fine with trying it myself, i would even appreciate a point in the direction of how to go about patching it myself.
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#34
Do you need any more information? I am happy to help however I can, but I would really like to be able to keep going with my project. To continue, I NEED to change the SATA controller to AHCI.

Thank you for any help you can give.
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#35
Hello, can you please help me to add an advanced options to my BIOS?
I would appreciate if somebody tell me a setup how to do it. I found something on this site
http://www.jakobheinemann.de/en/j-bios.html
but i couldn't find a .fd file so can somebody help me, please?

I have an Insyde H2O 3.5 bios version

and the laptop is Sony VAIO VPCEH 1S1E

I included bios from the site and my own BIOS dumped.

http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product...68721_6331
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#36

I want to unlock the advanced features on a Sony Vaio VPCEH2F1E/B bios. I looked around the internet for programs that could help me, but there were none for my laptop. I have the link to the official bios.
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#37
HI,

I have insyde H20 BIOS ver. R0200Z9 rev, 3.5 in my Sony Vaio and I don`t know where I can find a tool to unlock my BIOS

Someone can help?
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#38
http://donovan6000.blogspot.com/2013/07/...tings.html

Try this, I haven't yet figured it out completely myself.
Dumped FE3542FE-C1D3-4EF8-657C-8048606FF670 after changing the UEFI Boot value from 0x27 to 0x28 and I can't locate the actual verification of UEFI Boot, there isn't a section for it in the text file.
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#39
(01-19-2014, 05:37 AM)EvilWaffles Wrote: http://donovan6000.blogspot.com/2013/07/...tings.html

Try this, I haven't yet figured it out completely myself.
Dumped FE3542FE-C1D3-4EF8-657C-8048606FF670 after changing the UEFI Boot value from 0x27 to 0x28 and I can't locate the actual verification of UEFI Boot, there isn't a section for it in the text file.

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#40
Indeed, Donovan is a god with Insydeh20 bios. My head is still hurting from trying to figure out his guide and it's supposed to be the most simplest guide for learning to do this >.<.

I'm taking a break for now, maybe someone could enlighten me on the issue I've come across when attempting to follow the guide.
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