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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BIOS PASSWORD RESET
I have tried the backdoor passwords you provide me with Phoenix motherboard but unfortunately I can't put all the letters of these words.
My keyboard do not reply with the right row of the letters. I mean that I can't push any button from Y - H - N and to the right side of them. When I push them I hear a beep sound and nothing happened. So it was impossible to write these passwords.
On weekend I will try with software and DOS system like you told me.
Can I use the DOS system inside windows XP?
Thank you in advance.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
there are a few different ways to resolve this issue
1. call the manufacturer and ask if they have a reset or a way to get the password
2.look in the manual and see if your laptop has a jumper setting that will reset the bio (including the password)
3 just go to the manufacturers website and get the latest bios update and flash the bios
4 remove the cmos battery leave it out for literally a week (7days) then replace it (best if the computer is off this entire time)- this way it forgets whats saved in the bios
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: Dell Inspiron 8500 messege on boot "This computer system, #......., is protected by a password authentication system. You can not access the data without the correct password. Type in the primary or a
You need to contact Dell tech support they are the only one has access to the master password of your computer.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
This is really, really strange but the BIOS password can be removed only by a local ASP. The technician will remove it and will update the BIOS to prevent such further, unexplained password settings.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
User and Administartor passwords are only for your OS.
Windows® for Example
To reset your BIOS password, you must disconnect your laptop-battery. Wait a few minutes, and put it back in. Now your BIOS password has been reset and you can access your BIOS again.
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
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