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You can remove or change the Window's User or administrator's password. You need access to a computer with Internet access to download the Hiren's Boot CD and burn it onto a CD. Then insert this CD into the laptop/computer and boot up the laptop/computer with the Hiren's CD and follow the instructions. There are very useful utilities CD and it a Linux boot CD which contains quite a lot of Utility programs including a password removal program. Click on one of these links to download HIREN'S BOOTCD :- http://www.hirensbootcd.net/http://126.96.36.199/
If your laptop appears to boot up and the hard disk LEDflashes, then the problem is probably a back light fault. This can be a faultyinverter or a faulty CCFL lamp. Please click on this link and follow myinstructions to identify the fault and possible fix :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3598095-faulty_laptop_lcd_screen
*open the cover of you laptop, *remove the cmos 3v baterry. *remove the main battery *push the power button for 10 sec. *wait for 5 to 15 minutes *put back the cmos battery and connect the main battery turn on your computer and enter to cmos setup
It appears that BIOS password it set on your computer, if you have forgot
BIOS password then you have to reset CMOS jumper setting. Please follow
the below steps:
Open the Laptop back panel. Locate the CMOS battery,
remove it & then with the help of a screw driver keep on pressing
the terminal inside it and turn ON the computer for 10 secs and Turn Off
(make sure you keep on pressing the terminal with a screwdriver while
turning ON). It will short the BIOS setting. Now, fix the CMOS battery
& restart the computer. This will take care of the issue.
Sounds like you need a new cmos ( that is a "10yrs" life button-cell battery located on the motherboard needed for the PC to boot ). Is there a quick flash of a blue screen that says at bottom cmos checksum fail?
it sounds like your most likely having trouble with the hibernate feature try this
start>>control panel>>power options>> click on the hibernate tab un check enable hibernate mode
this should fix your issue
I believe that the cmos battery for your particular laptop is located under the keyboard. You must first remove the plastic bezel between the F keys and the monitor hinges. See if there is a little screw from the back that goes through the hinge covers. If so, remove them. There should also be 2 screws underneath the battery that goes to the center of the bezel. Remove these.
Now you can use a small object (tiny screwdriver or the like) to pry up one corner of the bezel, and it should pop right off. There are 3 or 4 screws just above the F keys of the keyboard that have to come out. Slide the keyboard towards the hinges, and it will come out. Carefully remove the ribbon cable from the motherboard, and remove any cover that is there. Walla, the cmos battery should be right in front of you now, so go ahead and change it. Reassemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
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 =)