Toshiba/Phoenix wireless whitelist (need help) Does anyone know how to remove the hardware whitelist in a Phoenix bios? I have a Toshiba Satellite P105-S9722 that I want to upgrade with an Intel WiFi Link 1000 so I can have 802.11n. I tried to install a new card previously but after installing it the machine wouldn't boot, it seems like Toshiba doesn't display the unauthorized hardware error that other OEMs and I didn't know about the BIOS whitelist until recently. I think I've found the whitelist but I'm not sure since it only has the VEN and DEV but not the SUBSYS. It looks like it has two separate checks, one for the hardware ids, and another that enables the device when the hardware wireless switch is turned on (the switch also controls bluetooth). My SLIC 2.1 bios from Busykid508: http://slics.myftp.org/Toshiba/TOSHIBA_Satelite_P105-S9722-TOSHIBA-4.70.rar BIOSCOD3.ROM ---- Intel PRO/1000 PL (Ethernet) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_109A&SUBSYS_FF311179&REV_00 0x11d3: 86 80 9A 10 Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG (Wireless) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4222&SUBSYS_10408086&REV_02 0x11dc: 86 80 22 42 0x134a: 86 80 22 42 (the wireless enable switch?) I'm not sure if this would be possible but I was also wondering if it would be possible to simplify booting from USB flash drives. The current method (http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2007/05/system-builder-tip-boot-from-usb-drive.html) is long and needs to be redone each time you use a different device while in other BIOSes it shows up under the boot priority screen and multiboot menus.