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L24E4153F DUMP

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 L24E4153F DUMP

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LENOVO BIOS Supervisor Password Remov

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 LENOVO BIOS Supervisor Password Removal

 LENOVO BIOS AUTO-PATCHER for Supervisor Password Removal


  With that out of the way, using it is pretty simple and it should work on both Windows and Linux as long as you have Python installed
Just download the zip file and extract it. You'll get a folder named "lenovo_autopatcher" with the following content:

IMPORTANT: Before applying the patch make sure you verify that your original image is not corrupted by dumping 1 or 2 additional images from your bios chip and comparing them. The original dump is THE ONLY WAY to recover your machine if something goes wrong!

From command line use either autopatch.cmd (Windows) or (Linux) as follows:

autopatch <your_bios_image.ext>


The command will generate either your_bios_image_PATCHED.ext or your_bios_image_PATCHED_CLEAN.ext depending on the type of BIOS you are patching. The original dump will be left unchanged.

autopatch -h will output the help info for the command
autopatch --howto will output the following instructions on how to use the patched image:

STEP 1: Flash and replace current BIOS with the generated patch file
STEP 2: Boot the machine
STEP 3: Press ENTER/F1/etc. to enter BIOS settings
STEP 4: Enter any character when asked for Supervisor Password
STEP 5: Press enter when it shows Hardware ID
STEP 6: Press space bar 2x when asked
STEP 7: Turn off the machine
STEP 8: Restore original BIOS
STEP 9: Reset BIOS settings to factory default

When booting the patched BIOS you might have to:
- Hold the anti-tamper switch down the whole time (use tape)
- Remove the hard disk or replace it with a locked one



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All M3 Apple Macs Expected This Year 2024

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 All the New M3 Apple Macs Expected This Year 2024

Apple will launch in 2023 an iMac with 24 pouces attached to the M3, as the new MacBook Pro models have 14 pouces and 16 pouces equipped with the ones from the M3 series. The rest of the Apple Mac game should be turned on when using the M3 processor. 
 Maintaining that 2023 has ended, the attention to the nature of the tour around the Mac of the enterprise and across the middle of the road next to the M3 d'Apple until the end of the year. See what's in your room.

M3 MacBook Air

Apple has two versions of the MacBook Air: a 13-inch model that includes the previous generation with the M1, and a 13-inch and 15-inch model equipped with the new M2. The question is if Apple abandons the M1 MacBook Air and replaces these machines with 13 and 15 pcs of compatible M3 devices?


The 15-inch MacBook Air will be available in June 2023, which will not last forever during the cycles of the Mac. Please note that Apple will release the MacBook Air M2 in 13 days in June 2022. If the Mac is more likely to use the Apple device, it will not be available for more than 550 days.

Selon Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, Apple The new M3 models ‌MacBook Air‌ are being developed because the exit is due March this year. In October, there was an indication that the models were available for verification technology (EVT) tests, a preliminary phase of production testing on the prototypes. The M3 device is used in the AirPods with a similar CPU and GPU number to the device M2 in the actual models.

Selon Gurman, Apple developer of the Mac version of macOS 14.3, one day after the meeting in late January and February, may the new matériel arrive later this March. The new MacBook Air models are programmed into the iPad Pro and iPad Air models due to arrive in March.

Mac Mini

Apple announced ‌M2‌ and ‌M2‌ Pro Mac mini models in January, which at the time of writing is just over 360 days ago, but Apple could be already testing an M3 ‌Mac mini‌, according to Gurman.


In August, signs of an unknown "15,12" Mac machine were found in developer code, with the Mac featuring an 8-core CPU (consisting of four efficiency cores and four performance cores), 10-core GPU, and 24GB RAM. Based on the similar specifications to the base ‌M2‌ ‌Mac mini‌ (bar the existing model's 8GB RAM as standard), Gurman believes it represents a next-generation ‌Mac mini‌.

Gurman previously said he was not expecting an M3 version of the ‌Mac mini‌ to launch until late 2024, but as it is already in testing, it could potentially be unveiled sooner.

Mac Studio, Mac Pro

Apple updated the ‌Mac Studio and Mac Pro with ‌M2‌ series chips in June 2023. ‌Mac Studio‌ models come with either the ‌M2‌ Max or ‌M2‌ Ultra chip, while the ‌Mac Pro‌ has adopted the ‌M2‌ Ultra.


Both Macs are considered to be in the middle of their product cycles, and Gurman believes Apple is working on a new ‌Mac Studio‌ that is likely to launch in the second half of 2024.

The next ‌‌Mac Studio‌‌ is likely to be offered with the as-yet-unannounced fourth variant of the M3 chip. Like previous generations, this will double the components of the "Max" version, meaning that it will feature up to 32 CPU cores and 80 GPU cores. Gurman says that Apple is also likely to refresh the ‌Mac Pro‌ with this new high-end chip.

Taiwanese research firm TrendForce claims that Apple will launch a new ‌‌Mac Studio‌‌ featuring the M3 Ultra chip at WWDC in June, so we could well see the new ‌Mac Pro‌ alongside of it.

13-inch MacBook Pro

Apple has discontinued the 13-inch ‌M2‌ MacBook Pro – and along with it the Touch Bar – replacing it with a 14-inch model that's equipped with a next-generation M3 chip. 


Apple says that the 14-inch M3 MacBook Pro is up to 60 percent faster than the 13-inch MacBook Pro with ‌M1‌. The M3 14-inch MacBook Pro also comes with a number of other benefits that make it worth the upgrade for anyone with the original 13-inch machine. So do not expect to see an M3-powered 13-inch MacBook Pro anytime soon, if ever.

M3 Chip Speed and Performance Gains

The M3 series of chips are built on TSMC's 3-nanometer process, bringing performance and efficiency improvements over Apple's previous ‌M2‌ chips, which are based on the earlier-generation 5-nanometer process. Since its transition to Intel chips, Apple's strategy has been as follows.

In the ‌M1‌ and ‌M2‌ series of Apple silicon, each generation has a baseline version, then a "Pro" chip with more cores for its central processing unit and graphics. Next is an even more powerful "Max" version that doubles the number of graphics cores. Lastly, an "Ultra" model doubles the number of main processing cores and graphics cores found in the "Max." Things are slightly different with the M3 series, as explained below.

In terms of the actual real-world gains, this of course depends on the M3 processor version, coupled with the particular Mac model and other component factors like RAM and thermal dissipation. Nevertheless, all of Apple's M3 chips also boast GPU improvements not found in the ‌M2‌ series, including Dynamic Caching, hardware-accelerated ray tracing, and hardware-accelerated mesh shading.


Apple's base M3 chip will likely feature in future ‌MacBook Air‌ models, as well as an updated lower-end version of the ‌Mac mini‌. At least in the MacBook Airs, the M3 chip is expected to have similar CPU and GPU core counts as the ‌M2‌ chip in the current models, but that could be true for the ‌Mac mini‌ as well.


 Based on Geekbench benchmarks, the M3 chip has single-core and multi-core scores of around 3,000 and 11,700, respectively. The standard ‌M2‌ chip has single-core and multi-core scores of around 2,600 and 9,700, respectively, so the M3 chip is up to 20% faster than the ‌M2‌ chip, which is what Apple claimed during its "Scary Fast" event in October.

M3 Pro

Going on what we know from the recently released 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M3 models, the M3 Pro chip outperforms the ‌‌M2‌‌ Pro, but not by a lot. Based on Geekbench benchmarks, single-core speed is up around 16.7 percent, while multi-core speed is up approximately 6.7 percent. For context, the M3 Pro has 150GB/s memory bandwidth, while the ‌M2‌ Pro had 200GB/s. 


The M3 Pro and ‌M2‌ Pro chips in the 16-inch MacBook Pro have 12 CPU cores, but the ‌M2‌ Pro actually featured one additional GPU core over the M3 Pro. Despite that, Apple claims it is 10 percent faster than the ‌M2‌ Pro GPU and 40 percent faster than the M1 Pro GPU.

M3 Max

With the M3 series, Apple deviated slightly from the doubling strategy it followed with the ‌M2‌ Max by adding several more CPU cores to the M3 Max compared to the M3 Pro. Benchmarks indicate that Apple's M3 Max chip in the 16-inch MacBook Pro is around as fast as the ‌M2‌ Ultra chip used in the current-generation ‌Mac Pro‌ and the higher-end ‌Mac Studio‌. In other words, the ‌M2‌ Ultra ‌Mac Pro‌ is outperformed by what is on paper a lower-end machine, just four months after it was released.


 Note that the M3-powered 16-inch MacBook Pro starts at $3,499 in the U.S. when configured with the M3 Max chip, while the ‌Mac Studio‌ with the ‌M2‌ Ultra chip starts at $3,999, so you can effectively get the same performance for $500 less by buying a 16-inch MacBook Pro, which also includes display, keyboard, and trackpad.

Will this performance imbalance alone encourage Apple to bring forward the launch of M3-powered ‌Mac Studio‌ and ‌Mac Pro‌ models? Unlikely. But we can always hope.

M3 Ultra

Having not yet been announced, the M3 Ultra chip is something of an unknown quantity. The existing ‌M2‌ Ultra encompasses two ‌M2‌ Max chips for double overall CPU and GPU performance, as well as twice the memory bandwidth (800GB/s), so it would seem safe to expect Apple to follow the same strategy as it did with the M3 Ultra, with similar performance gains over the M3 Max from Apple's next-generation high-end M3 Ultra chip.

In a small deviation, Apple did add several more CPU cores to the M3 Max compared to the M3 Pro. However, if Apple continues to double both the CPU and graphics configurations with the Ultra, the M3 Ultra could end up having 32 CPU cores and 80 graphics cores.



Best gaming laptops in 2024

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Best gaming laptops in 2024

We've been testing the best gaming laptops, digging deep into the new flavors of AMD processor and Nvidia graphics silicon, and we know which notebooks sing and which are just tone deaf. We're not just talking about sleek, expensive new machines, either, we've picked a range of gaming laptops at different price point to highlight which give you the best bang for buck and which are just outright awesome.

And, honestly, you've decided to buy a gaming laptop at the right time. Not only have the next generation of mobile GPU and CPU been well established, offering the best Nvidia, AMD, and Intel has to offer, but this end of year period is offering some of the best prices on the top notebooks I've seen. I've already tested the alternatives, and the best gaming laptop is the Lenovo Legion Pro 7i. It makes the best RTX 4090 gaming laptops, including the Razer Blade 16 and Asus ROG Zephyrus M16, and even the frankly ridiculous MSI Titan GT77 HX, look like overkill.

AMD has also now released its new 3D V-cache mobile chip, and it's absolutely the best mobile gaming chip you can buy, which makes the 17-inch Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 X3D the outright fastest. It's a pricey beast, though, and a lot of money for just a handful of extra frames per second.

We test dozens of the best gaming laptops every year. The ones that make it to the list provide the best value for money—the best balance of performance, price, and portability.



BIOS -basic input-output system

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BIOS -basic input-output system

BIOS (basic input/output system) is the program a computer's microprocessor uses to start the computer system after it is powered on. It also manages data flow between the computer's operating system (OS) and attached devices, such as the hard disk, video adapter, keyboard, mouse and printer.

History of BIOS

The term BIOS was first coined in 1975 by American computer scientist Gary Kildall. It was incorporated into IBM's first personal computer in 1981 and, in the years to come, gained popularity within other PCs, becoming an integral part of computers for some time. However, BIOS' popularity has waned in favor of a newer technology: Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI). Intel announced a plan in 2017 to retire support for legacy BIOS systems by 2020, replacing them with UEFI.

Uses of BIOS

The main use of BIOS is to act as a middleman between OSes and the hardware they run on. BIOS is theoretically always the intermediary between the microprocessor and I/O device control information and data flow. Although, in some cases, BIOS can arrange for data to flow directly to memory from devices, such as video cards, that require faster data flow to be effective.

How does BIOS work?

BIOS comes included with computers, as firmware on a chip on the motherboard. In contrast, an OS like Windows or iOS can either be pre-installed by the manufacturer or vendor or installed by the user. BIOS is a program that is made accessible to the microprocessor on an erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM) chip. When users turn on their computer, the microprocessor passes control to the BIOS program, which is always located at the same place on EPROM.

When BIOS boots up a computer, it first determines whether all of the necessary attachments are in place and operational. Any piece of hardware containing files the computer needs to start is called a boot device. After testing and ensuring boot devices are functioning, BIOS loads the OS -- or key parts of it -- into the computer's random access memory (RAM) from a hard disk or diskette drive (the boot device).

The 4 functions of BIOS

BIOS identifies, configures, tests and connects computer hardware to the OS immediately after a computer is turned on. The combination of these steps is called the boot process.

These tasks are each carried out by BIOS' four main functions:

  1. Power-on self-test (POST). This tests the hardware of the computer before loading the OS.
  2. Bootstrap loader. This locates the OS.
  3. Software/drivers. This locates the software and drivers that interface with the OS once running.
  4. Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) setup. This is a configuration program that enable users to alter hardware and system settings. CMOS is the name of BIOS' non-volatile memory.

Accessing BIOS

With BIOS, the OS and its applications are freed from having to understand exact details, such as computer hardware addresses, about the attached I/O devices. When device details change, only the BIOS program needs to be changed. Sometimes, this change can be made during system setup.

Users can access BIOS and configure it through BIOS Setup Utility. Accessing BIOS Setup Utility varies somewhat depending on the computer being used. However, the following steps generally enable users to access and configure BIOS through Setup Utility:

  • Reset or power off the computer.
  • When the computer turns back on, look for a message that says "entering setup" or something similar. Accompanying that message will be a key that the user should press to enter system configuration. Here's an example message a user might see: "Press [key] to enter BIOS setup." Some keys often used as prompts are Del, Tab, Esc and any of the function keys (F1-F12).
  • Upon seeing the prompt, quickly press the key specified.

Once in BIOS Setup Utility, users can change hardware settings, manage memory settings, change the boot order or boot device, and reset the BIOS password, among other configuration tasks.

BIOS security

BIOS security is a somewhat overlooked component of cybersecurity; however, it should still be managed to prevent hackers from executing malicious code on the OS. Security group Cylance, in 2017, showed how modern BIOS security flaws could enable ransomware programs inside a motherboard's UEFI and exploit other PC BIOS vulnerabilities.

Another unique exploit involving the manipulation of BIOS was Plundervolt. Plundervolt could be used to mess with a computer's power supply at the time data was being written to memory, causing errors that lead to security gaps. Intel released a BIOS patch to defend against it.

BIOS manufacturers

BIOS, in its beginnings, was originally owned by IBM. However, some companies, such as Phoenix Technologies, have reverse-engineered IBM's original version to create their own. Phoenix, in doing this, allowed other companies to create clones of the IBM PC and, more importantly, create non-IBM computers that work with BIOS. One company that did this was Compaq.

Today, many manufacturers produce motherboards with BIOS chips in them. Some examples are the following:

  • AMI
  • Asus
  • Foxconn
  • Hewlett Packard (HP)
  • Ricoh

Knowing the motherboard manufacturer is important because users may want to update their BIOS and chipset drivers -- the drivers that enable the OS to work with other devices in the computer, such as a video card -- to the most recent versions. Driver updates may improve computer performance or patch recent BIOS-level security vulnerabilities. Each manufacturer has a unique way of updating these drivers.