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http://majorgeeks.com/Bios_d235.html Save, delete, and restore
your BIOS settings or i have used this software and no that it works although
you might have to get a computer with an internet connection to download and
burn it to a disc
http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=5710 UBCD4Win is a bootable CD which contains
software that allows you to repair, restore, or diagnose almost any computer
problem also has a bios reset tool which can remove your password and bios
password you will have to burn it to
a disk as an ISOthen you will have to
boot from the discDuring the boot process you will see on the
screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the
boot up process to enter BIOS the scroll down to advanced bios features press
enter change your first boot device to cd press escape then press f10 to save
to cmos to restart (note after you have removed your password you will have
change first boot back to your hard drive)
Sometimes when a flash memory stick or USB external hard drive fails because it was not removed from the USB port properly. If the device is removed by just pulling it out of the USB port, it can cause the flash device to fail, you must click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the Task Bar and select the device you wish to remove and only do so when instructed to do so. When the flash memory USB hard drive device appears to malfunction it maybe possible to restore it by reformatting it. Insert the flash or USB hard drive into the USB port then Click on Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management. Then right click on Disk 1 removable drive and click Format. After the flash drive has been formatted it will indicate that it is Healthy. You need to format the flash or external drive. Format the drive as primary drive and in FAT32. (FAT32 will allow data to be exchanged between MACs and PCs) also between XP/Vista and earlier versions of Windows. Insert the flash or external hard drive into the USB port then Click on Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management. Then right click on Disk 1 removable drive and click Format. After the flash drive has been formatted it will indicate that it is Health.
Power down the unit and with your right hand hold down the 1 5 9 and enter keys down. While those keys are pressed down with your left hand turn on unit it should take you to that nos loader menu. Once in the nos loader menu choose back to NOS password is 1947. Once in the NOS menu choose number 6 Service Menu then 1 Hardware test then 15 RAM test this will state this terminal will self destruct continue. Hit enter and it will create a new RAM disk once you see the date & time if correct hit ESCAPE if not correct D & T hit enter then put the correct info in Military time MM/DD/YY format. Hit enter and it will take you back to your main screen with the original password of MMDDYYYY that is your password.
did you go to the my computer item? the solution is to restart the pc. insert the key into the back "not the front" wait 1 minute then go to my computer and see if you can find it there. if not there is something wrong with the key
This may seem long way round but download " Hirens Boot CD " burn to disk and boot from it it has a lot of useful programs on it including removing password setup so you can start afresh when windows reboots with no password Or try booting in safe mode and format from there if possible
It is not recommended to shut down your system by pressing the power button for 5 seconds. Its the same as unplugging your system, but i guess you don't have a choice. DVD players are quite troublesome. Some DVD players are picky to some CDs, or it could be that the disk may be scratched, or there may be dust in the lense of the player. About the CD not coming out of the drive, it could be a mechanism failure. Is the CD still in the drive? Turn off your PC, take a pin and insert it in the pinhole located in the DVD player. It is a manual eject button used to take off your CD during lockups. Your PC hanging up is because of the DVD.