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[Request] Lenovo G780 Whitelist Removal
#21
(09-25-2013, 01:36 AM)sovem Wrote:
(09-25-2013, 12:01 AM)atinajero Wrote: Thanks for the quick reply and for modding my BIOS! I have a quick question:

I made my bootable USB drive, now the instructions tell me the following:

Rename your BIOS file to 8 characters or less (ABCDEFGH.ROM or whatever) and copy to the Newly Bootable USB Drive.
Copy your BIOS Flash Utility to this USB drive.


Is this referring to the original bios file I attached? Also, what is meant by my BIOS Flash Utility? Thanks!

- Create USB-bootable
- Copy 8 files to USB, Not rename anywhere.
- Boot to DOS with USB
- In DOS type flash.bat
- If error, type flash2.bat

Thanks it worked! I replaced my old network card with an Atheros AR5B195 and it accepted it!

Thanks so much!
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#22
Can I also get my whitelist removed? I have the same model (20138) lenovo g780 with the same BIOS version (5ECN96WW (9.01)). Here's my backed up bios: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5073....01%29.rom
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(10-09-2013, 12:36 PM)bkromhout Wrote: Can I also get my whitelist removed? I have the same model (20138) lenovo g780 with the same BIOS version (5ECN96WW (9.01)). Here's my backed up bios: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5073....01%29.rom

WL removed: Ideapad_G780_5ECN96ww_backup_NWL_bkromhout
http://rghost.net/49282588
Look README to update. Please post results.

From Hanoi, Vietnam
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(10-09-2013, 08:12 PM)sovem Wrote:
(10-09-2013, 12:36 PM)bkromhout Wrote: Can I also get my whitelist removed? I have the same model (20138) lenovo g780 with the same BIOS version (5ECN96WW (9.01)). Here's my backed up bios: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5073....01%29.rom

WL removed: Ideapad_G780_5ECN96ww_backup_NWL_bkromhout
http://rghost.net/49282588
Look README to update. Please post results.

Thanks for the quick reply! It flashed just fine Smile I don't have the new wireless card yet but will update again when I do!

EDIT:
I finally got the new wireless card: Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235. Installed it and it works perfectly. Thanks so much!
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#25
I have a Lenovo G780 and I read the whitelist explaining that the bios that works for it is LENOVO-5ECN41WW(V4.00).rom.

I will flash this bios but I dont know the steps to take. My model is 2182.
Any other information I can provide please ask me so I can post it.

The reason I'm doing this is because the file named: BIOS Update for Windows 8 (64-bit) - Notebook Version: 96 from this page: http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/research...D=HT074067 was installed by accident and now I'm having problems I never had before.

1. Whenever I start linux thats installed in the harddrive (I'm asumming because the bumbleebee isnt configured because of the bios update, meaning I have Intel graphics as well as Nvidia) the screen always blinks off and never comes back on.
2. When I try to restore with Paragon Backup Recovery I first start the program and it can't see any partitions at all.
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#26
Hi, I have the same problem to. Can you remove whitelist form my bios?
My bios backup (using Universal BIOS Backup Tool): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzmlu6_...sp=sharing
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(11-03-2013, 02:40 PM)okon Wrote: Hi, I have the same problem to. Can you remove whitelist form my bios?
My bios backup (using Universal BIOS Backup Tool): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzmlu6_...sp=sharing

WL removed: Ideapad_G780_5ECN96ww_backup_NWL_okon
http://rghost.net/49919653
Look README to update. Please post results

From Hanoi, Vietnam
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#28
Thank you! Updated with flash2.bat. The driver from MS for broadcom wifi-card - my new problem)
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#29
well heres the file
http://przeklej.org/file/wyLbGf/LENOVO-5...V4.00..rom
i have to see whats the flash tool used.

try recovery method Insyde bios type
wich is hold Fn Esc with no power cord.. insert usb with filename QIWG5.BIN (the .rom renamed )
stioll holding fn esc . plug in power cord and press power.. now release keys.

i just noticed something. the size of the new bios is huge compared to old.
might have to be done via usb spi programmer.. and the EC chip possibly too
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#30
Hello, please help remove the white-list

My Bios backup http://rghost.ru/49975694

thanks in advance
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