Try to switch off computer and turn it on again, while booting press F10 for Bios settings(applicable only non-branded computer) if your using branded computer like Acer,HP etc try press F2 if not try F10.
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t5740e is a thin client that has embedded Win7 on it, see specs here: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF05a/12454-12454-321959-338927-3640406-4282707.html?dnr=1. This technology is designed for customers outside of the home, i.e. schools, corporations, etc. The way it works is it boots up with the Win7 OS and connect to a back end server infrastructure such as VMware, Citrix or Hyper-V which then provides a full Windows 7 desktop for the user. It's designed to save money on full desktop PCs, thus the low cost to acquire the end user equipment. Regarding whether or not it's stolen is hard to say. It may or may not be pre-configured but if no one knows the password, the unit may have to be reset anyway thus wiping out any pre configured options. You might try opening the case and seeing if there is a jumper to reset the device, or looking on line for a factory default reset.
you can download this pdf guide from
this will show you the steps to do a USB firmware upgrade.
Double-clicking the System icon in the Control Panel opens the System Info dialog box.You can use this dialog box to allocate thin client memory and reset the thin client to factory defaults.
The General tab contains a check box that allows you to reset the thin client to factory defaults (the check box is active for administrators only).
You can reset the thin client to factory default settings by selecting the *Reset the terminal to factory-default property settings* check box (the System Settings Change message displays and you can confirm and follow the instructions provided to reset the thin client).