Question about Xplore Technologies Tablets & eReaders
Good Evening. I got an "old" Xplore Tablet, but its BIOS is locked by a password. I don't know this. So I aready opened it, to reset the BIOS by releasing the "green" battery, but nothing happened. Can you tell me, how to reset the password. (I CANT BOOT) Thank you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BIOS RESET
There is hack software out there for cracking the BIOS password and resetting, don't take me wrong, I don't get into hacking but where I work at a Uni its a useful tool if used legally
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
SOURCE: BIOS PASSWORD RESET
I have tried the backdoor passwords you provide me with Phoenix motherboard but unfortunately I can't put all the letters of these words.
My keyboard do not reply with the right row of the letters. I mean that I can't push any button from Y - H - N and to the right side of them. When I push them I hear a beep sound and nothing happened. So it was impossible to write these passwords.
On weekend I will try with software and DOS system like you told me.
Can I use the DOS system inside windows XP?
Thank you in advance.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
I have had to retrieve the BIOS password from one of these before. It is not an easy thing to get to. You have to first
Posted on May 27, 2009
press Del or f1 or f2 or Home or Ins or end key...some of the PC/Notebooks BIOS is set to any one of the above keys...
so after starting PC press the key as mentioned above...
u may have to do hit and trial....and find the key that gets u to BIOS
then change the boot seq to foll
1 - CD Rom drive
2 - Floppy
3 - HDD, or HDD0, or HDD1 etc
visit my site www.sureshayyar.110mb.com FormatDisk page...u may get more help there
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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