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Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Intel ME Driver

Once this is done, compile IASL.

This is the final image which needs to be flashed. Copy this to the flasher, if not already on it, disassemble the target device and attach the flasher to the flash chip. On the flasher, use flashrom to flash: If so, coreboot has been successfully flashed to the device.

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Flashing via internal Once coreboot has been flashed initially, it can later be flashed internally, without need of an external flashing device. To do this, once a new coreboot.

Make sure to check if others have had success or failures with the internal flasher for the specific model. Troubleshooting Coreboot isn't booting Broken build If coreboot is not booting, then it usually means that it either isn't configured properly, or is missing a payload.


Ensure that a proper payload was selected that is compiled correctly, and properly configured itself. It's also possible that coreboot is working correctly, but the graphical component isn't.

This may be caused by using native gfx init. Nothing is booting anymore aka SPI chip bricked This is usually caused by leaving the machine powered on while dumping or Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Intel ME with an external flasher. If the machine does not turn on at all No lights, fans, or display turn on at bootthis may mean that the machine is bricked.

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Anytime something like this is done, bricking the device is a real possibility. The tiny chip to the left of the Intel-branded processor is the source of the problem. The next hurdle was figuring out exactly what type of firmware chip I had in my laptop, because there are different SOIC clips for different types of chips, Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Intel ME the only way to find out which sized chip I had was to get the laptop and take it apart.

New Atheros WiFi card installed. Moving along, the BeagleBone had to be configured in a very particular way. This process took me a few hours over the course of two days.

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The BeagleBone fits their requirements, the Pi does not, and they do not mention this. In general, it felt like I needed multiple degrees in computer science to make sense of their instructions on the first try.

This can be a common plague of free software: That meant getting it on the network via Ethernet, and since my router is in the kitchen I set up shop there. After soldering some wires to the SOC clip, I was finally ready to start flashing some firmware. My libreboot flashing station in the kitchen. Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Intel ME

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Complete with janky power supply. The actual flashing only took me about an hour and a half, though. Once I figured out which ROM to use and hooked up my 3. There was one major hiccup at this point, though.

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After getting a little anxious that I might have failed after all of this work, I decided to stick the battery in the laptop to see if it would boot up.

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