However, I kept thinking there was Some Important File I hadn’t backed up.On a whim, I decided to download the previous BIOS version from Lenovo. I purchased additional modem that's externally identical to old one but had different serial port USB ID (USB\VID_12D1&PID_1442&MI_00) missing from earlier driver pack causing original instructions to fail.I have also included latest Stick-mode firmware 21.2.805 I've found and corrected some incorrect information on original post.I created a bootable CD on another computer, and booted up.
Feel free to skip them and then start again from beginning when Mr Error #19 and Mrs. If you've tried this before coming to here I'm sure you've seen those "open Project Mode.html" instructions. You can get E3372h-153's from Ebay for 29€/each including shipping from Latvia.In Windows 7 we now have the ability to suspend Bit Locker and then re-enable it.This enables the BIOS to be updated without having to first decrypt the drive or have the user input their password post upgrade.Security is of paramount importance around here, and I had to enable Bit Locker, included with Windows 7 Ultimate. I saw minimum performance degradation, and the only (minor) annoyance was the bootup workflow, which requires a PIN to be entered prior to Windows booting.Fast-forward 2 months: I decided it was time for a performance boost, so I picked up a 256GB Kingston SSD drive.