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[Request] Gateway LT28 Unlock Advanced
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Here's the bios file, which comes from the Gateway site's 1.15 update. Uncompressed size 2MB.

Using InsydeH20 bios rev. 3.5.

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If you can, is it possible to Advanced Menu this one at least?

Let me know what else you need.
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Addenum: This BIOS does not appear to be RSA signed. I checked.
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Gateway LT28 and Aspire One D257 share same bios
You can find a unlocked bios here:
http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-Un...8#pid39308
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(06-15-2013, 12:54 PM)Florin9doi Wrote: Gateway LT28 and Aspire One D257 share same bios
You can find a unlocked bios here:
http://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-Un...8#pid39308

Nice, and thanks, I can boot from USB sticks now. But, what I am after is the next level of h4x. I want to enable VT-x on this system. Intel (and other info sites) say the Atom N570 doesn't support VT-x, and yet, both VT-x support checkers and the CPU itself advertise supporting VT-x, with VT-x force disabled in the bios. From what I read, at least one user has been able to hack a laptop bios to enable VT-x on the processor. Perhaps we can hack the bios to remove VT-x force disable? Call me mad, but I want to run a virtual box on my Atom laptop dangit! Angry
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