*HP 2510p Owners Lounge*

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  1. saturn_frak

    saturn_frak Newbie

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    pocket geek, thanx alot, I'll try it when I'll have more time and report whether it helpful ;)
     
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    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    hi
    I'm new to the forum but i wana say that i have an 2510p and overclocked it to 166 mhz fsb by hardware mod and i must say IT WORKS now running@ 1492.6 GHZ by 165.7 mhz fsb with set fsb i can set it back or original

    for NOOBS its hard to wire the chip !!!


    ps :
    seems that the pll can set allways even after the deep sleep more info will come (with foto's)
     
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    User Retired 2 Notebook Nobel Laureate NBR Reviewer

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    Congratulations! If setfsb overclocks fine at 166Mhz, then yes, the hardware pinmod being preferred if don't have a warranty and are skilled to do the mod. Since the PLL is being hardset will maintain the setting between standby/resume events.
     
  4. tweakertje

    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    I dismantled the system but did not make anny picture from the back of the mainboard so sorry I have no picture of that but i will make one if its open again.

    can the bios whitelist be changed with addcc or so because i want an other wlan card in my laptop
    http://www.ubnt.com/products/sr71e.php
    that one is VERRY long range n draft
    i have tried to thange it with addc but i don't get it to work

    Can you help me with that?
     
  5. tudorlaptop

    tudorlaptop Notebook Enthusiast

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    When you had the laptop open did you notice how the speaker is connected? Mine only works if I press on the case just to the right of the touchpad. I want to know if is is worth the hassle of opening it all up.

    Thanks
    TL
     
  6. tweakertje

    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    The speaker in under the mainboard (i have replaced 2 monts ago it was broken) and its cost a lot of time to get there
    under the touch pad is the connector (2 wire red and black) you possibly get ther by removing the 4 screws behind rubbers and bow the case (see mainboard foto in next post

    the connector is at the right of the touchpad it may be loose
     
  7. tweakertje

    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    here are the foto's from the mainboard and mod
     

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    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    I lift lifted the pin from the mainboard and puted a wire on.
    my solder equipment is an weller wpc60 and it was HARD to do

    http://www1.conrad.nl/scripts/wgate..._display=fromoutside&~cookies=1&scrwidth=1280


    the 2510P mPCIe whitelisting workaround didn't work for me don't know what I'm doing wrong (I burned a cd an runned it but no luck) but when taping pin 20 of pcie there is no difference the wlan button works so maby that is the problem
    i found a picture from pcie bus but i don't know of it was the pcb or connector site

    maybe you can help me ??


    ps the pll still freeses i still need the resume trick
     
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    Critical is you need a pci-e snapshot of YOUR system. If you burnt a CD previously then this would not have been done. Suggest using a USB or floppy disk as you'll need to save data to it.

    INFO: Workarounds to bios whitelisting of WWAN/WIFI mPCIe slots

    8/28/10: see modded bios for some modified whitelist entries.

    Devices in the 2510P whitelist Use ADDCC V3 to add a non-HP device to these lists.

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    Left: The wifi whitelist, underlined is the 4965AGN card supplied with my system
    Right: The USB WWAN whitelist with items as below:


    - HP HS2300 (Sierra MC8775) WWAN card ID:03F0 1E1D
    - HP EV2200 (Sierra MC5720) WWAN card ID:03F0 1B1D
    - HP EV2210 (Sierra MC5725) WWAN card ID:03F0 211D

    ADDCC has been used successfully to add Intel 5100AGN wifi to the 2510P whitelist here, a Dell 5530 WWAN to a 2710P whitelist here.

    I tried to modify the wwan whitelist for a MC8781 (1199:6858) but it would not not appear in device manager/lsusb. A Lenovo S10 user had the same problem. Not sure if my wwan slot is kaput or the bios needs some specific initialisation that the MC8781 fails to do.
     
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