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hp pavilion dv2120us bios help to add new pci wireless card
#1
I am unable to remove the whitelist or change the bios card info so it could use the new card. Please help by sending my an unlocked bios update for my hp pavilion dv2 series laptop below is the card information.

bios link
or
bios link2

old card
PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4311&SUBSYS_1363103C



E4 14 11 43

3c 10 63 13


new card
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&SUBSYS_11008086

86 80 29 42

86 80 00 11
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-Manufacturer: HP
-Motherboard Model: HP Pavilion dv20xx-dv24xx and Compaq Presario V30xx-V34xx series AMD notebooks
-Bios revision: F.3D
-Bios Type: Phoenix BIOS
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp43501-44000/sp43666.exe
-SLIC: HPQOEMSLIC-MPC-HPQ.BIN 2.1
-SLP: HP
-HP Certificate Included
-Tool: Phoenix Mod Tool v1.80
-Method: Dynamic
-Modifier: TTAV134

HP_DV2xxx_30B5F3D_SLIC21_SLP_No_whitelist.zip
http://www.sendspace.com/file/7tqucb
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(05-05-2011, 10:34 AM)TTAV134 Wrote: -Manufacturer: HP
-Motherboard Model: HP Pavilion dv20xx-dv24xx and Compaq Presario V30xx-V34xx series AMD notebooks
-Bios revision: F.3D
-Bios Type: Phoenix BIOS
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp43501-44000/sp43666.exe
-SLIC: HPQOEMSLIC-MPC-HPQ.BIN 2.1
-SLP: HP
-HP Certificate Included
-Tool: Phoenix Mod Tool v1.80
-Method: Dynamic
-Modifier: TTAV134

HP_DV2xxx_30B5F3D_SLIC21_SLP_No_whitelist.zip
http://www.sendspace.com/file/7tqucb
Thanks i will try it
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(05-05-2011, 10:34 AM)TTAV134 Wrote: -Manufacturer: HP
-Motherboard Model: HP Pavilion dv20xx-dv24xx and Compaq Presario V30xx-V34xx series AMD notebooks
-Bios revision: F.3D
-Bios Type: Phoenix BIOS
-Bios Download Link: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp43501-44000/sp43666.exe
-SLIC: HPQOEMSLIC-MPC-HPQ.BIN 2.1
-SLP: HP
-HP Certificate Included
-Tool: Phoenix Mod Tool v1.80
-Method: Dynamic
-Modifier: TTAV134

HP_DV2xxx_30B5F3D_SLIC21_SLP_No_whitelist.zip
http://www.sendspace.com/file/7tqucb

before you posted this I was trying to still hack my bios and I messed with and update the bios with my edited bios. then it restarted and now wont show again on the screen all it do is light except for the screen. So I think I might have bricked my bios. I tried every recovery program like crisis recovery disk and such. Can you help me unbrick of fix it please? is there a button that I could press on the motherboard to return it to normal?
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#5
bad,

Assuming that you know how to obtain the BIOS.WPH file:

download this custom version of "Phoenix CRISIS DISK" http://www.sendspace.com/file/un10da

extract the content, copy BIOS.WPH in the extracted folder.
prepare a USB stick or floppy with WINCRIS.EXE

then it seems that the difficulty is to find the good key sequence to trigger the recovery.
(Usually WinKey+B)
can be:
Hold down: Fn+B or Fn+R or WinKey+B or Fn+B and CTRL+HOME (all the four keys simultaneously) (On some new Acer Laptop's Fn+Esc and on some new Fujitsu Siemens Laptop's Fn+F) and while holding plug the AC adapter and press the power button.
If one of the key sequences does not work try with the other one and so on.
But shut down the computer before you try another key sequence.

Now you should hear the floppy drive working, or USB stick blinking, hold the keys for a while and then let go.
Successful flash was signified by a pause after the incessant beeping followed by another beep and the laptop shutting down.

let me know

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(05-07-2011, 04:41 AM)TTAV134 Wrote: bad,

Assuming that you know how to obtain the BIOS.WPH file:

download this custom version of "Phoenix CRISIS DISK" http://www.sendspace.com/file/un10da

extract the content, copy BIOS.WPH in the extracted folder.
prepare a USB stick or floppy with WINCRIS.EXE

then it seems that the difficulty is to find the good key sequence to trigger the recovery.
(Usually WinKey+B)
can be:
Hold down: Fn+B or Fn+R or WinKey+B or Fn+B and CTRL+HOME (all the four keys simultaneously) (On some new Acer Laptop's Fn+Esc and on some new Fujitsu Siemens Laptop's Fn+F) and while holding plug the AC adapter and press the power button.
If one of the key sequences does not work try with the other one and so on.
But shut down the computer before you try another key sequence.

Now you should hear the floppy drive working, or USB stick blinking, hold the keys for a while and then let go.
Successful flash was signified by a pause after the incessant beeping followed by another beep and the laptop shutting down.

let me know

thank you very much it worked but I don't understand why it did not work with the crisis file I had download before? And I reflash successfully. Do you have a facebook? whats your other expertise? for anyone that has this problem with hp pavilion 2120us to activite boot up flash bios from usb use the windows icon button + B and follow the instructions above.
(05-07-2011, 04:41 AM)TTAV134 Wrote: bad,

Assuming that you know how to obtain the BIOS.WPH file:

download this custom version of "Phoenix CRISIS DISK" http://www.sendspace.com/file/un10da

extract the content, copy BIOS.WPH in the extracted folder.
prepare a USB stick or floppy with WINCRIS.EXE

then it seems that the difficulty is to find the good key sequence to trigger the recovery.
(Usually WinKey+B)
can be:
Hold down: Fn+B or Fn+R or WinKey+B or Fn+B and CTRL+HOME (all the four keys simultaneously) (On some new Acer Laptop's Fn+Esc and on some new Fujitsu Siemens Laptop's Fn+F) and while holding plug the AC adapter and press the power button.
If one of the key sequences does not work try with the other one and so on.
But shut down the computer before you try another key sequence.

Now you should hear the floppy drive working, or USB stick blinking, hold the keys for a while and then let go.
Successful flash was signified by a pause after the incessant beeping followed by another beep and the laptop shutting down.

let me know
the lights came on and the usb one too then
I only had one beep after a few seconds then few more seconds it shutdown and I restart all is well now. the file you gave that has no white-list I had to merge them with the hp bios folder for it to work cause when I just copied the Bios whp file and place it in the one you gave it wouldn't work so I merged the folders and wale it worked thanks alot man. tell about your other tricks I want to learn more for my computer career**!!!!!Big Grin
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#7
hi its me again, I just bought a used amd turion cpu for my laptop but when i put it in and power on my laptop the light come on and the screen blank the same thing happen I put back my old cpu in there that working in there before. what happen please help?
its the same hp pavilion dv2120us laptop
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#8

out of topic sorry.
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#9
(05-09-2011, 02:24 AM)TTAV134 Wrote: out of topic sorry.

hi,
the file you gave me without the white list can you hack it so I can I increase my fan speed and under-volt my gpu cause its overheating hitting 86 degree F? and maybe have a over-clocking option in the bios if possible?

Please help thank you!
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#10
and coffee and cookies, no sorry, i cannot do that for a phoenix bios.
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