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Step 2: Insert the Windows password bypass disk to your computer. Boot the computer from CD-ROM or USB. Step 3: After boot from your bypass disk, Windows Password Rescuer will start automatically. Then you can remove whichever user password.
Power On password is set in the System BIOS options. It prevents
unwanted users from accessing the computer. By default, HP does not set
the Power On password. If you set the Power On password in the System
BIOS options you will be prompted for it immediately after you power on
the Notebook PC.
this password is forgotten, a repair at an HP certified repair center
is required to reset the computer. Please contact HP to schedule a
repair. This service is not covered by the warranty.
Drive Lock password protects the data on your hard drive through
encryption. If your computer is stolen, the data on the hard drive is
inaccessible without the Drive Lock password. This password cannot be
reset. If it is lost or forgotten, the hard drive must be replaced.
Please contact HP to order a new hard drive. This service is not
covered by the warranty.
you have to do something called a system recovery this will delete all your memory but you can get help saving the memory from geek squad if you are willing to pay $100 anyway the system recovery requires a disk if you dont have it get it from tech support but who know there could be other options