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Password freeze? I added a password a day later I turned it on and it said password failed. Restarted it typed and it froozed up on me. my grandpa will kill me help!!!

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Try this:when turning it on press, press F8. Change or remove the password, if a windows password. If a BIOS password remove the CMOS battery,short the terminals and then reinstall the battery.

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