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1.Turn of your computer 2.Restart your computer 3.repeatedly press the F11 key 4.when you hear beeps or see a logo screen,release the F11 key 5.if you set a rescue nand recovery password,type yor password when prompted.The r&r workspace opens after a small delay
Someone has put a password on the BIOS - you must input it before entering the BIOS and the normal boot procedure. Because of the way IBM are build you can't reset the password by removing the battery, but only by performing a low level BIOS upgrade - which only a dealer can do. You will have to take it to one.
If you aren't the one that put that password and noone had access to it then the motherboard is dying - replace it before it's too late and all your data is lost.
the bios passowere has been engaged go to bios by pressinfg del or F1 button on startup go to bios setting password you will see enter password press button with passord blank again it will ask for confirm password enter blank password press enter it will delete all the password if you are un able to enter bios and asking for password remove the cover you will see three jumber pins near ur cmos battery pin one and towo are for normal pin 2 and 3 for clear comos in some there are only 2 pin short the pin to clear the cmos some times shorting doest start the computer dont worry put the jumbers back to the normal position and restart the computer while stating you will see cmos reset press F1 to continue or press DEL to enter bios press DEL and enter the correct time as clearing the cmos the time will be set defult if you cant see cmos jumper pin remove the cmos battery and restrt the computer then shut down the computer and place back the cmos battery in its compartment doing this please remove the power to your hard disk or your haRD DISK MAY GET CORROUPTED
you can remove that BIOS battery and you must to insert new one of battery BIOS. Usually you can use CR2032 battery. You can buy in eletronic shop. And now, you can enter your BIOS and set them all. Oh yeah, definitely there is three password in computer from BIOS. One, come from BIOS password, if you want to enter and make a setting for BIOS; Two, come from Harddisc password, if you give a password to your HDD; Three, come from operating system, like a Windows, Linux, ...etc. Where is password for your question?
Depending on your linux distrobution, you will need to check the /etc/samba or /etc/smb configuration file, within that file there will be a place to set your windowsfile sharing password. then you will be able to transfer data across the local network between your linux / windows machine again..
however, if you've actually changed the password for the linux user account that enabled the samba file sharing, you will need to either remember that password, or set a new one from the root account byt typing the following command in a terminal / bash / shell session:
Task: Set or change user password
Type passwd command as follows>
$ passwd <user>
Changing password for <user> Enter new password: Retype new password: passwd: password updated successfully NOTE: when typing the password, you may not see the password you are typing.. You need to replace <user> with the username you are changing the password for.