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[Removed, 44CN43WW] Lenovo B570 Whitelist Removal Request
#11
Thank you once again. However, I receive the following error message: "Fail: Flash BIOS is not an upgrade (same or older version number)!" when I try to flash. The prior person who you did the mod for stated that he solved the problem by "I fixed this with a pflash.rsp -sa workaround file." Do you know how I can go about doing the same or can you provide another workaround?
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#12
Easiest workaround is rollback to a previous bios version then flash the mod.

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#13
I retrograded from 44CN43WW to 44CN36WW (verified using SIW and at boot) and attempted to install your mod based on the former. I received the same error message as before, i.e., Flash BIOS is not upgrade (same or older version number). Here is some more information: the flash stalls at "Save old BIOS to backup file." and states "The version : 2.1.0.128 is same with current" just above the status bar. Please advise.
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#14
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/45117524/bios-mo...miloml.exe

Try DOS version using bootable pendrive.

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#15
Thank you! The DOS version seems to have done the trick once I figured out that I had to extract the folder using 7zip, load the extracted files onto the bootable flash drive, then run scs.exe (not a complete newb). My new WIFI card was accepted and the wifi connection has been stable for many hours the past couple of days.

FYI, since it probably isn't BIOS related: It took me awhile to achieve the stable connection though. Through trial and error, I discovered that simply installing the card driver did not result in a stable connection. For some reason, installing Intel ProSet and the driver resulted in a stable connection. In addition, unlike with my VISTA computer where I disabled the zero service to enable Intel ProSet to manage wifi, it appears that disabling Windows 7 WLAN Autoconfig service disables all wifi--even Intel Proset. I try to run a lean system with as many services disabled as possible, but I had to give on this. I guess this is newb info, but hopefully other newbs may save some time and aggravation by finding this post.

I will send you a few shekels in a few days since you were very responsive and your efforts appear to have resolved my issue. It won't be much though, since I got the Lenovo laptop for a great price, buying the new wifi card made the price just good, and now rewarding your efforts will make the deal so-so. Thanks once again, though.
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#16
But what about WWAN white list? Could someone, please, remove restrictions?

Regards and thanks very much...
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#17
Thanks for confirming,



Moved to unlocked /mod

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#18
No, this BIOS has removed WiFi whitelist restriction, but not WWAN. I'd like to ask, could someone remove it?
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#19
Which is the error that shows you?

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#20
Error 104 - Unsupported WWAN...
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