CF-C2 mk2 enable WWAN in bios and option kit password

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  1. rsivan

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    Hello I have a CF-C2CCEZXCM US MODEL inside already fitted sim slot, antenna ,I try to fit a gobi3000 EM7305 borrowed from a CF-AX3 but it not recognize , is missing the option in bios "enable wwan"
    can someone point me to some solution to patch bios to enable it or give way to find password ,I have dumped bios image with AMI tool and also reading the KH25L12873FM2 flash with programmer but not found any info about it.
     
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    I did try spgobi2......... but say "this tool only work w calpella cpu based systems" this mk2 have i5-4xxx
    should be need a spgobi3 for gobi3000
     
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    Do you have a password locked accessories menu in BIOS?
     
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    I have "optional kit configuration" and ask for password
     
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    I know it's prohibited to discuss bios password, but I don't know whether it covers optional kit configuration too :))
    So I can write this password here if moderator doesn't kill me after that :))
     
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    please send PM I have the pc here to try...
     
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    I think it's too complicated to install "foreign" gobi cards. Maybe it's easy with new platforms, but I wouldn't spend my time :)
     
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