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Posted on Jul 11, 2012
I believe probably the easiest and safest way for you is remove your Windows OS Passwords with Windows Password Recovery tools. I found a good one at http://www.reset-windows-password.com last week, and then I downloaded it and used it to remove the lost password within only few minutes. Furthermore, the powerful tool didn't cause a little data lose. It's worth an attempt.
Posted on Jul 10, 2012
Computers that have been setup with a power on password are virtually impossible to guess if you have forgotten the password.
Password protection is setup to prevent people accessing the computer without authorisation. There are no backdoor passwords you can use to get in.
Password protection is usually set up on two levels, first on boot up and second it may also include a password on the hard drive. This is to prevent the hard drive being taken out of a computer and inserting into another (it won't work in another computer).
If the password is saved in the BIOS then it is possible to remove the password by removing the BIOS battery for 1/2 + hour, then reinsert the battery and configure the BIOS again with the date. time, etc.
Laptops such as IBM Thinkpads, Compaqs use a EEPROM chip to store these passwords and removing the BIOS battery won't work. If you are skilled electronically, you can build a piece of hardware and with a program read the contents of the EEPROM to identify the password, then use this password to get into the computer and then if you can remove the passwords or change it.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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