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Requires supervisor password to load default setting
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Supervisor Password Tosh 2410
If you don't know these passwords, then I don't think there is any way to unlock it. But reformatting your hard drive and reinstalling an operating system will fix this, and it will allow you to reset your own passwords. Hope this helps. If you don't wish to do it this way, then contact your computer's manufacturer and sk them for help; or you can also google the problem that you are having, and see if any solutions come up. Thanks
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
SOURCE: supervisor password...
I'm not sure what is meant by it being on top of the bios password, I'll need more info.
However, A bios password can be reset by removing the coin cell battery for 15 seconds from underside of most laptops in a compartment with a cover removable by a screw(s).
If the password is not part of the bios it is on the hard drive. The only way I no of wiping out an operating system password such as in windows xp is to do a fressh install of the operating system wiping out the old one.
Other than that the only other place I could think of there being a password is on the boot sector of the hard drive and formatting the boot sector and repartitioning the hard drive wiping out all data can remove any password on the hard drive.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
There are Linux password removal programs on the Internet. It is designed to remove passwords on NT, Win 2K and XP.
You copy the program to a CD and boot up from this CD. It allows you to reset or remove the users and administrator passwords.
Google search for these programs "password recover" There is another solution. You can reinstall windows and this will give you a clean computer and possibly better performance without the accumulated junk/rubbish. Don't forget to get/download all the device drivers (eg. video, audio, modem,NIC etc.) before you start.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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