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Old 05-22-2019, 09:12 AM   #41
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Default Re: Lenovo L560 - bios PWD

I wrote ec from another disc and wrote down the old bios now is no password tpm is ok. I could turn it off but I got stuck on error 189 and 2201 uuid.
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Old 05-23-2020, 02:03 PM   #42
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Default Re: Lenovo L560 - bios PWD

Dear bad caps community!

I could successfully read/write from my BIOS chip 25q128fvsq to a raspberry pi 3b+ and vice versa using a "8 pin SOIC8 Test Clip" and "6 x female to female jumper wires" (thank you "PA8600: Tech Videos and More").

Unfortunately the provided unlocked bios dumps from mcplslg123 and dr_laptop05 did not work for me. As [email protected] wrote the fan was speeding up and there was a dark screen after flashing the bios chip and pressing the power button.

What steps do I need to do in order to patch my original/backuped bios dump in order to get rid of the annoying supervisor password?

Since I have 3 x lenovo L560 laptops I also plan to exchange the portion of the HEX difference with the other two laptops as soon as I have a working unlocked bios dump from the first laptop.

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