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HP/Compaq WIFI whitelist 104 error

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Hi, Sorry I've been quiet, been busy with work and was also unwell. -_-

 

@ pavement714 and pinkytao, I'm on it now

 

@ esoterikest, I'll look into it but not so sure.

 

Thanks. Any help with the insyde bios whitelist elimination would be great!

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Zakaryya Sorry to hear your troubles.

 

All,

 

If you are on this thread, you are being affected by the "104 Unsupported wireless device......." HP white list error.

 

If you are running insyde bios, F.XX, I have the solution to your problems. There is a way to disable the whitelist checker.

 

The attached files are all you need. Enjoy your open machine!!

 

And as always, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!

ezh20.zip

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Zakaryya Sorry to hear your troubles.

 

All,

 

If you are on this thread, you are being affected by the "104 Unsupported wireless device......." HP white list error.

 

If you are running insyde bios, F.XX, I have the solution to your problems. There is a way to disable the whitelist checker.

 

The attached files are all you need. Enjoy your open machine!!

 

And as always, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!

 

Found this about the program .... http://bbs.gaodi.net/thread-10866-1-1.html

 

Unfortunately I can't open my bios file because they're *.wph.

 

If there is anyone willing to help me with a whitelist mod I'd appreciate it.

 

This is what I have currently.

HP DV2000t currently running Win7 64

 

Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&SUBSYS_135B103C&REV_02

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&SUBSYS_135B103C

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&CC_0280

 

I'd like to add the following wifi adapter...

 

Broadcom 4321AG 802.11a/b/g/draft-n Wi-Fi Adapter

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4328&SUBSYS_1366103C&REV_03

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4328&SUBSYS_1366103C

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4328&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4328&CC_0280

 

I've tried to do it myself but on the 2 attempts, I got a blue screen during the new bios flash & had to rest. Luckily it recovered.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Score:

 

HP's BS "Pay us now" whitelist in the INSYDE bios on a dv7-1270us: 0

 

bluesbro's hex editing skills: 1

 

You'll need the .FD file from the bios flasher - usually its in a tempfile somewhere after you run the flash utility from HP. COPY this .FD file and ONLY work off the copy.

 

*****Be sure you know and understand insyde's "bricked bios" recovery procedure (BIOS on FAT16 USB stick, named a certain way, need to press key combo at startup while inserting the ac adaptor or something - there's a link around here somewhere)*****

 

I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOU BRICKING YOUR BOX. THIS IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NO WARRANTY IS IMPLIED WITH THESE PROCEDURES.....

 

If anyone's interested, I'll post a method. The easiest way is to just do this in windows with the ezH2O.exe program from insyde running. then open up winhex or any other hex editor that can directly edit the contents of machine ram. Open the "primary memory" of the insyde process in winhex after you've opened the bios in the insyde program.

 

For the F2C BIOS (latest as of now), find the hex for your CURRENT card's PCI id and vendor ID. You'll also need the subsystem id (8 hex digits), but I didn't search for them. The bios is little-endian, so you'll have to swap byte order (e.g. if you have an intel 5100AGN like factory, with vendor / device ID's of 8086 and 4237, you'll need to search for hex 86803742

 

you should come up with no more than about 4 hits on the search. I got 4 hits and the one in the whitelist was the 3rd one in, offset ended in C34 - your mileage may vary. the one you want is clustered with a few other similar looking strings (e.g. 86 80 35 42 and 86 80 32 42). it will ALSO be close to the strings denoting the broadcom's vendor / device ID (look for E4 14 28 43 in hex). it will be slightly AFTER the text representation of the infamous 104 error message. There are OTHER instances of this string early on in the bios which seem to control whether the "antenna power

button" works on that card. i didn't change them and my new card works fine, as does the switch.

 

Find also the subsystem ID's for your old and new cards and look for those close by to where you find the vendor ID's. you'll want to probably keep the "stock" wifi entry in the whitelist just in case you sell the machine, and overwrite one of the older, crappy broadcom entries with your information. I forget what order it is in (whether it wants subsystem first or vendor/device first), but you'll see it when you look at the hex for your old card.

 

Save your changes in winhex by hitting the disk - this will directly write to the insyde program's working RAM memory, then go to the insyde ezh2o flash tool and "save as" something differently named from the original bios. use winflash/insydeflash to flash the new image to the bios and BAM - HP's whitelist can stick it, and you'll have a bona-fide airport card in your system. My Atheros 5008 does packet injection, et al quite nicely :-)

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Zakaryya Sorry to hear your troubles.

 

All,

 

If you are on this thread, you are being affected by the "104 Unsupported wireless device......." HP white list error.

 

If you are running insyde bios, F.XX, I have the solution to your problems. There is a way to disable the whitelist checker.

 

The attached files are all you need. Enjoy your open machine!!

 

And as always, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!

 

For Mini 311:

USB Lock - 7FA4AE0A-1404-4DCC-BE28-CE58029CF5D1

PCI-E Lock - E62F9F2F-4895-4AB5-8F1A-399D0D9C6B90

 

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Zakaryya Sorry to hear your troubles.

 

All,

 

If you are on this thread, you are being affected by the "104 Unsupported wireless device......." HP white list error.

 

If you are running insyde bios, F.XX, I have the solution to your problems. There is a way to disable the whitelist checker.

 

The attached files are all you need. Enjoy your open machine!!

 

And as always, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!

 

dv7hater, your method cant work. I flashed to the edited bios and it bricked my dv5. I see alot of other modules to remove, any ideas which once to try out? Haha..

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dv7hater, your method cant work. I flashed to the edited bios and it bricked my dv5. I see alot of other modules to remove, any ideas which once to try out? Haha..

 

Yeah, eff that. The whole reason for using my method in windows is because the module ID's are cryptic and kind of hide information. It is easy to decipher which ID does what if you have the source to the bios sitting there, but we don't (HP does). to figure out the "right" one, you'd have to try every one individually, and then hope that HP / insyde had coded the bios without a check to determine if that module had been removed. There is such a check, and that is probably why the box bricks with the module removed.

 

After you reflash to a good bios, I would try my method having your card ID's handy. It really isn't that hard and you aren't messing with anything that is "critical" to operations.

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Hello, can anybode help me please?..

 

Laptop model: HP 6510b

======================

BIOS: F.15 ROMPaq (current: F.15)

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechS...Item=ob-67822-1

 

CURRENT: Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

============================================

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&SUBSYS_11018086&REV_61

Bus PCI / Device / Function: 16 / 0 / 0

Device ID: 8086-4229

Subsystem ID: 8086-1101

Rev: 61

 

intel.png

 

NEW: Gigabyte AirCruiser N300 Dual GN-WI06N-RH, which is a PCI Express Mini-Card with dual-band 802.11a/b/gn support

========================================

PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_E9161458

Bus PCI / Device / Function: 16 / 0 / 0

Device ID: 168C-0024

Subsystem ID: 1458-E916

Rev: 01

 

atheros.png

 

Thanks you a lot!

sp42315.zip

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Hello, can anybode help me please?..

 

Laptop model: HP 6510b

======================

BIOS: F.15 ROMPaq (but current: F.0B)

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechS...Item=ob-67822-1

 

CURRENT: Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

============================================

Bus PCI / Device / Function: 16 / 0 / 0

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&SUBSYS_11018086&REV_61

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&SUBSYS_11018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&CC_0280

 

NEW: Gigabyte AirCruiser N300 Dual GN-WI06N-RH, which is a PCI Express Mini-Card with dual-band 802.11a/b/gn support

========================================

But I don't know DEVICE ID nor SUBSYSTEM ID :-(

 

Thanks you a lot!

 

If you have the new Gigabyte mini card just hotswop it when you are in windows, log out and in and check for new hardware. Then you'll know the Device- VEN and Subsystem ID.

If you have the info I'm willing to give it a try.

 

Ed

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If you have the new Gigabyte mini card just hotswop it when you are in windows, log out and in and check for new hardware. Then you'll know the Device- VEN and Subsystem ID.

If you have the info I'm willing to give it a try.

 

Ed

 

Hello, i found this link where is exactly my card and they wrote:

Device ID: PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_E9161458

 

Thank you.

I appreciate it.

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Hello, i found this link where is exactly my card and they wrote:

Device ID: PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_E9161458

 

Thank you.

I appreciate it.

 

Are you sure it works with Snow-Leopard?? If so I will give it a shot.!

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Are you sure it works with Snow-Leopard?? If so I will give it a shot.!

 

Hello Edkroket, I was update my post here (your tip of hotswap).

I am not planing to install it on Mac OS X, but i want to use this card with security tools on my HP under Windows.

That is why i need to help with patching BIOS.

Thanks again.

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Hello, here another HP DV7 notebook owner who tried to mod the bios today in order to use a blacklisted Intel 5300 Wifi adapter. I edited the BIOS .fd file via WinHex and saved it through the insyde tool. However after flashing the BIOS I got 104 errors from both the new INTEL and the original Broadcom card. So after removing the PCI card I was able to flash to the original BIOS again, but now I still have a WIFI BG connection...

 

Could anybody help me creating a BIOS file that will fit my needs? Please refer to the Notebook, Bios and Adapter specifications below:

 

Notebook: HP DV7 2160ED

Current Bios: F.36 A (ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45501-46000/sp45955.exe)

 

Current original WIFI adapter:

 

Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C&REV_01

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_0280

 

New Wifi adapter:

8086 4235 5300AGN Intel® WiFi Link 5300 AGN

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086&REV_00

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_0280

 

I hope anyone can help!

 

Second I have a question on restoring the BIOS via an USB-drive using the <WINKEY><B> keycombo and turning the notebook on. Screen stays blank and it does beep alot, but after a while the Numlock and Capslock Leds keep blinking and nothing happens anymore. I even waited for over an hour, afraid to block any update processes, but finally I rebooted, and nothing had changed. Does anybody have succesful experience with USB flashing this type of laptop and what could have gone wrong in my case?

 

Thanks al lot!

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Hello Edkroket, I was update my post here (your tip of hotswap).

I am not planing to install it on Mac OS X, but i want to use this card with security tools on my HP under Windows.

That is why i need to help with patching BIOS.

Thanks again.

 

I've tried to get in it but it seems that HP uses a new techniek with their bios.

There is no 30CCF59.WPH file wich is the actually bios file to mod.

So I can't you you on this.

Sorry

 

Ed

 

Hello, here another HP DV7 notebook owner who tried to mod the bios today in order to use a blacklisted Intel 5300 Wifi adapter. I edited the BIOS .fd file via WinHex and saved it through the insyde tool. However after flashing the BIOS I got 104 errors from both the new INTEL and the original Broadcom card. So after removing the PCI card I was able to flash to the original BIOS again, but now I still have a WIFI BG connection...

 

Could anybody help me creating a BIOS file that will fit my needs? Please refer to the Notebook, Bios and Adapter specifications below:

 

Notebook: HP DV7 2160ED

Current Bios: F.36 A (ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45501-46000/sp45955.exe)

 

Current original WIFI adapter:

 

Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C&REV_01

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_0280

 

New Wifi adapter:

8086 4235 5300AGN Intel® WiFi Link 5300 AGN

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086&REV_00

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_0280

 

I hope anyone can help!

 

Second I have a question on restoring the BIOS via an USB-drive using the <WINKEY><B> keycombo and turning the notebook on. Screen stays blank and it does beep alot, but after a while the Numlock and Capslock Leds keep blinking and nothing happens anymore. I even waited for over an hour, afraid to block any update processes, but finally I rebooted, and nothing had changed. Does anybody have succesful experience with USB flashing this type of laptop and what could have gone wrong in my case?

 

Thanks al lot!

 

If it works with the Phoenix flash util I give it a try.

 

Ed

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You are close!

 

If it doesn't boot with either card,you are editing in the right place but are probably either not little-endian-ing the bytes and / or you have the subsystem id's in the wrong place - thats what caused mine to be messed at first. Pay careful attention to the format of things before and after the vendor / device / subsystem strings. Also be sure you are working on a *copy* of the original bios at all times - each edit or attempt you make should be off a fresh master from the original - sometimes Winhex and RAM is screwy and can get slightly corrupted or not saved after a couple generations.

 

If I get a chance I will try to post screenshots of an edit, but I am very busy at the moment so don't count on it soon...

 

About the rescue flash procedure - you have to do something with the AC adaptor plugging and unplugging to get it to rescue flash...

 

Insyde recovery procedure

 

There's a howto to the dv7 specific one *somewhere* but for the life of me I can't find the stupid bookmark.

 

Hello, here another HP DV7 notebook owner who tried to mod the bios today in order to use a blacklisted Intel 5300 Wifi adapter. I edited the BIOS .fd file via WinHex and saved it through the insyde tool. However after flashing the BIOS I got 104 errors from both the new INTEL and the original Broadcom card. So after removing the PCI card I was able to flash to the original BIOS again, but now I still have a WIFI BG connection...

 

Could anybody help me creating a BIOS file that will fit my needs? Please refer to the Notebook, Bios and Adapter specifications below:

 

Notebook: HP DV7 2160ED

Current Bios: F.36 A (ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45501-46000/sp45955.exe)

 

Current original WIFI adapter:

 

Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C&REV_01

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_0280

 

New Wifi adapter:

8086 4235 5300AGN Intel® WiFi Link 5300 AGN

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086&REV_00

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_0280

 

I hope anyone can help!

 

Second I have a question on restoring the BIOS via an USB-drive using the <WINKEY><B> keycombo and turning the notebook on. Screen stays blank and it does beep alot, but after a while the Numlock and Capslock Leds keep blinking and nothing happens anymore. I even waited for over an hour, afraid to block any update processes, but finally I rebooted, and nothing had changed. Does anybody have succesful experience with USB flashing this type of laptop and what could have gone wrong in my case?

 

Thanks al lot!

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Hello, here another HP DV7 notebook owner who tried to mod the bios today in order to use a blacklisted Intel 5300 Wifi adapter. I edited the BIOS .fd file via WinHex and saved it through the insyde tool. However after flashing the BIOS I got 104 errors from both the new INTEL and the original Broadcom card. So after removing the PCI card I was able to flash to the original BIOS again, but now I still have a WIFI BG connection...

 

Could anybody help me creating a BIOS file that will fit my needs? Please refer to the Notebook, Bios and Adapter specifications below:

 

Notebook: HP DV7 2160ED

Current Bios: F.36 A (ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45501-46000/sp45955.exe)

 

Current original WIFI adapter:

 

Broadcom 802.11g Network Adapter

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C&REV_01

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&SUBSYS_1508103C

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4315&CC_0280

 

New Wifi adapter:

8086 4235 5300AGN Intel® WiFi Link 5300 AGN

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086&REV_00

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_0280

 

I hope anyone can help!

 

Second I have a question on restoring the BIOS via an USB-drive using the <WINKEY><B> keycombo and turning the notebook on. Screen stays blank and it does beep alot, but after a while the Numlock and Capslock Leds keep blinking and nothing happens anymore. I even waited for over an hour, afraid to block any update processes, but finally I rebooted, and nothing had changed. Does anybody have succesful experience with USB flashing this type of laptop and what could have gone wrong in my case?

 

Thanks al lot!

 

Here is what you should change with a hex editor in your decompressed romfile;

Find this string E414 1543 3C100815 it is your current card. and change it with this string 8680 3542 86800110 witch is your new card. I don't have the right tools to do it for you but this is how I did it with my Compac Pressario with Phoeninx Bios Editor and Hexit.

 

Good luck!

 

Ed

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Here is what you should change with a hex editor in your decompressed romfile;

Find this string E414 1543 3C100815 it is your current card. and change it with this string 8680 3542 86800110 witch is your new card. I don't have the right tools to do it for you but this is how I did it with my Compac Pressario with Phoeninx Bios Editor and Hexit.

 

Good luck!

 

Ed

 

Thanks for your quick replies. That is exactly what I changed and it resulted in a 104 error. What is strange though is the fact that in WinHex I only found one occurrence of the HEX string related to the adapter VENDOR and SUBSYS strings instead of the 4 times as described by bluesbro.. I stuffed the INTEL adapter into the 2nd PCI slot in my notebook. That works anyway - now I got to find a way to extend the WIFI antennas as they are too short to reach the card position in the notebook.

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Thanks for your quick replies. That is exactly what I changed and it resulted in a 104 error. What is strange though is the fact that in WinHex I only found one occurrence of the HEX string related to the adapter VENDOR and SUBSYS strings instead of the 4 times as described by bluesbro.. I stuffed the INTEL adapter into the 2nd PCI slot in my notebook. That works anyway - now I got to find a way to extend the WIFI antennas as they are too short to reach the card position in the notebook.

 

When I searched for the ven/device ID's i DID NOT search for the subsys strings. I forget what the order is, but it may be that in the whitelist each card has its subsys id listed before its vendor/model ID, so you may have changed model ID for card A but then changed subsys ID for card B instead...

 

Dunno what else to say. I ended up with 4 instances of the strings I searched for and it turned out the 3rd instance was the one in the whitelist.

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Hi @super greg, I had the same problem when I wanted to exchange my b/g wifi card (the same card as yours) with Intel 5100 from Dell. I wasted couple of days but I've made this Dell card to work with my HP dv7-2045ez. I edited F.36 BIOS and everything works fine. I made also the BIOS file for you. Try it if you want, of course you know the risk.

 

Hah, sorry but I'm not permitted to upload this type of file. If you want this file send me you e-mail address to andis@poczta.fm.

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I own HP Compaq 6510b, and I want to upgrade the miniPCI Wireless Card.

 

My current Wifi Link 4965AG:

Device ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4229&SUBSYS_10008086&REV_61\4&20869F6A&0&00E1

 

My new Wifi Link 5100AGN:

Device ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4232&SUBSYS_12018086&REV_00\00215DFFFF7AF9A200

 

I tried using ADDCC v3, but I don't understand how to fix the Checksum.

 

Here the link to the BIOS:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp42001-42500/sp42314.exe

 

Anybody can help hacking the F.15B BIOS will be really appreciated. icon_biggrin.gif

or you can also email me: ctantra@melsa.net.id

 

Regards,

LimLim

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Hi All, So far I have tried what I know(which is limited) on my Compaq F.1F bios and on a HP F.39 bios both with success. I found the latter considerably more difficult due to variations in the layout of the whitelist in the bios rom, I needed two attempts at it and spent hours trying to figure it out. :D This makes writing a universal guide a bit harder. In the meantime,if you want me to help by providing a modified bios then you can PM with details of existing wireless card and the new card. The info I'll need is the VEN_ ,DEV_ and SUBSYS_ id's. and bios version. To enable you to obtain exact info on your new card this is how to avoid the 104 error...

 

1. Remove existing wireless card from laptop, leave the access cover off.

2. Boot laptop and enter boot selection screen.

3. Install new card (whilst laptop is running), no need connect antenna wires.

4. Boot into windows and new card will appear as unknown device.

5. Now you can obtain exact ven, dev & subsys id's from device properties

 

If you aren't up to editing your own bios then I can do it for you. :(

 

Hi Zakaryya,

 

My Bios is the following:-

 

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwar...product=3425138

 

-bios ver.F.2E

 

-Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 abg

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&SUBSYS_10058086&REV_02

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&SUBSYS_10058086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&CC_0280

 

 

New Wifi adapter:

8086 4235 5300AGN Intel® WiFi Link 5300 AGN

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086&REV_00

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10018086

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_028000

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&CC_0280

 

you can contact me on harrypooni@gmail.com

 

Thanks

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Hello everyone

 

I got one of those mini pci wifi cards from ebay recently. I actually never heard of 104 error before so that was a surprise. Then I found some instructions to mod bios so I had a go. I've found the device code and subsys in a file named MOD_5100.ROM in my F.2E bios for my dv2699ea laptop. I have changed some numbers and result was a no response - frozen. Tried twice after I managed to run crisis recovery thing and still no result. I have not much idea about this, obviously I must be doing something wrong. I've got HexEditor, Phoenix Bios Editor. Can someone help please ;)

 

machine is a dv2699ea

bios: F.2E

 

factory wifi card: intel 3945 abg

vendor: 8086

device: 4222

subsys: 135C103C

 

 

new card: intel wifi link 5100 agn

vendor: 8086

device: 4237

subsys: 12118086

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