Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
You're out of luck. Not calling you a thief, but 99% of the time when you get a laptop where the person in possession of it does not know the hard drive password, the laptop is stolen. The original owner puts a lock on the Hard Drive to keep users from getting to sensitive data. The owner could have put the password lock on remotely as soon as it was stolen.
The hard drive can never be used again.
Posted on May 17, 2012
SOURCE: hdd master password
PLEASE REPLACE UR MOTHER BOARD BATTERY. I GUESS UR BATTERY MODEL WILL BE CR3212... PLEASE CHAGE IT AND TRY IT AGAIN. NOT YOUR LAPTOPS BATTERY... THIS IS A BATTERY ON THE MOTHER BOARD. PLEASE TAKE IT TO UR NEAREST DEALER AND GET IT DONE.. PLEASE DO NOT OPEN IT WITH ANY KNOWLEDGE.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
SOURCE: Dell D505 BIOS Reset
Generally, all you need to do is get on to Dell Support and get in a chat with one of their people and tell them that you are locked out by a BIOS password, and needed to get around it. After they verify that you are the owner of the laptop, they should give you a password that gets you through it.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: acer aspire 3690 bios reset
Underneath the ram (remove ram) is a jumper marked J3
short this out for a couple of seconds.
This will reset bios right back.
Boot and go straight to bios (F2) and set your options as needed there.
Eg date, time, drives,and any other options the bios needs to be able to boot the machine. When you have done make sure you SAVE then exit which will re-boot.
If you didnt mess any bios settings you should be back in business
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Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Here is the link to your service manual, when you click on it and bring it up...it is a pdf file so you'll need adobe or another pdf reader, go to page 40, that is the directions for resetting and removing the BIOS/hard drive password. Good luck
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
SOURCE: Hp compaq 6910p BIOS Bypass
I removed the keyboard, unplugged the bios battery, holded down the power button about 30 secs, plugged back the bios battery, assembled the computer, didn't plug the battery and instead of that just plugged the ac adaptor and the bios passwd was gone =)
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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