Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by Mazzif, Sep 12, 2014.
I need reset bios password of HP Probook 5310m
Hey i have a hp 9470m bios password that needs reseting how do i go about doing this i have the bin files from 4shared but idk what to do with?
have to make backup 2 times of your chip and compare in Hxd hexeditor.
youtube ch341a (if its 8 pin.. not sure if 16 can be done with ch341a) to see how it works.
Add two more EB-8570p to the list of successfully broken BIOSes. I used a raspberry pi 3 b+ to flash. I like the Pomona 16 pin test clip, worked well for both the 8 and 16 pin SOIC.
I wish I had the technical knowledge to have been able to figure this out on my own but alas I am not an experienced hardware technician.
You rock Mazzif \\m//
I search to recover password bios of HP elitebook 8770w, have you got a software ?
Updated my OP with some additional information about flashing.
I'll discuss it here also.
I did notice an issue when doing multiple like models. The MAC Address under the Intel Image>GbE Region and Intel Image>ME Region will obviously be identical as was captured in the original BIOS dump. Having multiple machines on the network with identical MAC caused me headaches. So far, editing the BIOS bin file prior to flashing to include unique MAC kills the NIC and makes it unavailable. My current workaround is to use the 'layouts' feature with flashrom and only write to the area contained in the VSS_store. This will leave everything in the Descriptor, GbE and ME regions intact.
Also note: As far as I know, there is no way to retrieve the original MAC from the NIC once flashed. Using flashrom to read the MAC address from BIOS and write that to file before flashing is how I have been making sure I preserve the data. Of course none of this is needed when using layouts.
you can get the VSS location in EFITool modules
Not even an issue, I have about 32 models mapped out in my layout file. Understand that I'm coming at this problem from handling a large volume of machines perspective. In a 'one off' type scenario, I doubt it would ever be a problem. But I did want to present the issue with the MAC in case that was important to someone.
This is so sad TBH.I have seen some people raise the issue of HP 8770w smc.bin file but no response whatsoever.If there is some good samaritan who can help us with this file his or her efforts will be greatly appreciated
i have elitebook 2570p i try many tips nothing success the only thing which i think it works is to got a working smc.bin for my laptop for this reason i count on you to help me and save my laptop
serial number : CNU2459WD7
UUID : 1E53DF201A28E21197408BC45F064045
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
if you need other info let me know
big thanx in advance
You can actually follow the guide here and help yourself. I've done all I can do I think.
What is really sad (TBH) is the years worth of work and information I put out to help the community... And even though I have given the solution, people want to make their first post a complaint instead of a thanks. But that's just my opinion.
If you have a working smc you should be good to go. I can't make smc files. What more do you need?
Hey mazzif first of all i do appreciate your efforts mate so no hard feelings.Secondly,i have been seeing people commenting on the 8770w notebook and they didnt get any feedback.I have seen your work mate and its awesome but if there is someway you can spare some time to crack this model's bios i will appreciate it alot cause i am also in the same predicament.Thanks in advance and take care
How much more of a reply do I need to make? I do 8770W models (among others) all the time using the same exact techniques laid out in this thread.
The answer is the same...Can we do it? Yes. How? Read post 1.
tell me how can i reset bios password if there is any solution let me know i see your tool not work with 2570p so what is the solution for mine please
nobody is making SMC bin files.. where did u see this lie ?
what we do say is to get a programmer and read chip then we can change the BIOS BACKUP.BIN
Thanx to mazzif´s method i managed to remove the BIOS-Password from HP ZBook 15. Thanks again , mazzif, for the tutorial. You rule, man!
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More HPs have surrendered thanx to mazzif. Using what i learned here, managed to erase passwords for 640G1, Revolver 810G1 and Folio 1040m G1. Thank you, mazzif!