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[Request] Lenovo G460 InsydeH20 Bios Unlock
#1
Hi guys, I currently have a Lenovo G460 with the following specs:
Intel Core i5 460M
NVIDIA GeForce 310M
8GB DDR3 RAM
AFAIK this is not the 0677 model.
Can you unlock my bios so I may access the advanced menus. I want to access the advanced menus to disable the 310M and enable Intel HD for External GPU. Current bios is an already modded bios for Wi-Fi whitelist which works perfectly fine. Version number is 29CN38WW Version 2.15. The link to the modded bios is here:
http://tinyurl.com/oznl9aj
Thank you in advance!
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(03-09-2014, 02:15 AM)aqil02 Wrote: Hi guys, I currently have a Lenovo G460 with the following specs:
Intel Core i5 460M
NVIDIA GeForce 310M
8GB DDR3 RAM
AFAIK this is not the 0677 model.
Can you unlock my bios so I may access the advanced menus. I want to access the advanced menus to disable the 310M and enable Intel HD for External GPU. Current bios is an already modded bios for Wi-Fi whitelist which works perfectly fine. Version number is 29CN38WW Version 2.15. The link to the modded bios is here:
http://tinyurl.com/oznl9aj
Thank you in advance!

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Advanced menu unlocked
Bios mod: LENOVO_G460_29CN38WW_NWL_ADV
https://app.box.com/s/jme8y9s20y46th3ccgv9
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#3
Hi I'm back sorry for the late reply. Thanks your bios mod works =D but I think I accidentally bricked my system by turning on LAN in the settings. Trying a bios recovery didn't work too well now it'll on with a black screen before offing itself. And I still couldn't find a way to off the GeForce though.
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#4
try resseting CMOS
remove battery and CMOS battery for some minutes and plug it back. This may or may not restore BIOS settings

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#5
Only thing close to a CMOS battery that my board has is an RTC battery which is soldered if im not wrong. Have tried to flash original bios using Insyde recovery. Sadly I was not able to fix it =(
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#6
original bios is not made to be flashed by recovery mode as it it encapsulated in most cases

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