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Password authentication system

I have a demm xps m1210 laptop and its locked...cant get it open.... i taken it to a computer store and they tried rebooting it from a cd but prssing f2 or f12 nothing appears. i heard that u can remove the cmos battery...but mine is and external blue battery, never seen one like this before, anyway i cant find the jumper to reset the pins.....i removed the battery overnight and nothing happen?
can anyone help me?

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  • anteme Jan 14, 2009

    I have the same problem can any one help us?

  • Larry Watson May 11, 2010

    Can't get it open? If it will not boot due to a password that you do not know - on most laptops clearing the cmos will not fix that.



    If that it the case, call Dell - they have a way to get inmay to it. You have to fax them proof of ownership, at least that is what I had to do with an HP.



    Hope this helps

  • fadeaway911- May 11, 2010

    Please provide more details including version of OS.

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You'll have to use a password recovery tool for Windows.
Try www.password-changer.com and http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/.

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