dude, i have been lookin all ova tha web for a muthafu**in bios password removal tecniq for like a week, tha fuckin jumper tecniq DOES NOT work on a newer laptop. i have a dell d820 and its got tha grey screen askin for a sys/admin password. tha only person thats actually been a help chargers 60 bux for his service, i hear good things about him but theres got to be a free way to get tha code. does anyone kno of a software that u can enter the service tag number and it will generate a code, cus this guy who is sellin his service has it, so its got to be somewhere on tha net.shit like that does not just have one place, its got to be hidden in a million otha places. please someone, quit tellin me to jump tha cmos cus all that does is fry ur motherboard and require u to get a new one. please everyone, just one fuckin website to help me, please
ok im a novice user but i found the best solution for toshiba laptops with bios password set (and lost obiosly) what i did was remove the cmos battery and let it reset until it ask for the date and time again but very important step when the promp ask you reset defaults or or enter setup do alt ctrl delete and boot using a usb floppy drive with a windows 98 floppy and bingo good to go hope this information helps anyone out there with the same problem mssage me for any questions crazy thing is i tried everything hex floppy and parralel key all failed ..
Those of u who r using laptops the cmos battery r of several types and some r with wires u remove the wires and the board is lifeless gound it so it losses all the power and once lost all power it will be reset i dont trust the bios password recovery tool so i used this method to recover the password also jumpers dont exist in laptops they do exist in desktops so dont waste ur tie searching for the jumpers in laptops its a dead end :-( also be very careful replacing or reseting the bios don damage any other components its not too complicated if u have already done it on desktopsHave a nice day :-)i hope i was helpful
The fix. Easy and it always works. Cd rom and HD in laptop remove the HD and using a external HD case 20 bucks put the HD in that connect it to USB and boot pc Now you can boot from cd cuz hard drive is not present (we moved it to USB HD ) now when you install the os to your external HD you might get a error during second part of install this is suppost to happen b.s.0.dsimply put your HD back in laptop and reboot now you can finish the second half of xp installation and the bios dose not need to be unlocked cuz your os boots fine. I just did this with a travelmate 5520 and it worked like a dream
hi i have few suggestions on all of these matters first of all bios password removing is almost impossible in most cases because we are not all expert programmer when i had a problem with one of the laptops i used a program called bios password remover had to be used on boot up which i think is the best way to crack a bios password but in one of the laptops it crashed it i took it to a repair shop they told me it is not fixable anymore then i took it home taken it a part i took out the processor chip and turn on the laptop it made few noises i turned it off and put back the processor chip back and turned it on again guess what no bios password and laptop is still working still i wont advice anyone to do all that unless you are willing to lose your laptop for good lets get back to the windows password there is few ways i know how to bypass that it is all tryed and tested on lots of laptops so i am talking from experience1.if you are worried about loosing your stuff on the hard disk take it of then plug it in external reader which costs around £8 pounds transfer all your files at another computer then put your hard drive back and install new windows on it here you go2. you can install windows vista if your system is capable vista keeps your files on place called an old windows get your files out re-format with any windows you want format all old windows so they dont keep extra space on your hard drive this works with windows 7 is welli hope this helps
to reset a bios password you willl need to shut down you computer then start it up the press f2 while you are on the computer if you have loss you pass word well then if you have warrnty then u r good but if your freind gave you a laptop and its out or sumthin like that well you are scrude ok well if you do go to your for father notice contact your customer servicee thx!
how can i reset bios password in acer laptop aspire 5735.i tried to back door and remove cmos battry and battry its not reset it is same problem. when i go to f2 requried passwordpls help me. from doha qatar
People please note that much of the above information is not going to work if you have a Dell Laptop and the screen is reading DATA PROTECTION password, the only sure way is to go via Dell and follow thier advice. This system is designed to help stop thieft, the pass word is in fact a secondary bios password but is in fact not written to the bios chip but rather is stored on a special chip and not as some have claimed stored on the boot sector of the HDD.Take care in what advice you follow as there aqre a great many fools who think because they know the difference between a laptop and a desktop, think they are a tech, if you are not carefull you can stuff your comp totaly
e-mail me for the disk to remove all of the bios passwords on any dell laptop.this is the only thing you can do to remove the password on a dell laptop because the bios password is on a separate chip set and is not controlled by the CMOS battery.this is the disk that is used by dell to remove all email@example.com
HI there, can someone tell me how long are you spose to leave the bios battery out for and where abouts is the jumper located fo dell pp29L i think its 5256.. do all the laptops have a master password.. i get the same error as everyone else can someone help??? 2b1af7f3a8