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No Boot disk found - usually indicates the HDD is not located.
so you need to validate the HDD is inserted properly, and locked into the HDD slot. securely,
Blue Screen asking for password, could mean several things,
basically you need with both errors, take to a good Repair Tech and have this looked into... PASSWORD can be either for BIOs or HDD,
or the system went into LOCKED MODE and password is needed to UNLOCK it.
hi, BIOS or CMOS password are usually reset by a jumper or shorting pins. if your are the owner of the laptop you can go the brand site and ask for a universal default password. this is the safest way. however, if you don't want these hassles you can follow below procedure but with risks. it is for you to follow or not.
1. when you prompt the with password. type anything.
2. 3 wrong password will show "system disabled" with codes.
3. Turn off your computer, remove the adapter and battery on your laptop for a couple of seconds.
Reboot your system and see if password is disabled.
im not responsible for any damage for system. it's your own risk.
Your computer is very unhappy with a piece of hardware or a software driver in the system. The windows blue screen is known as "the blue screen of death or BSOD" and will usually have a "Stop Code" like 0x0000008E or the suchlike with some address data shown below. Make a note of the stop code and then Google it up with the manufacturer of your box to see if there is an article on what the system is complaining about (video driver, etc.). You may have to recover the laptop. If it has a recovery partition there should be instructions on their website to recover your box. You can also try hitting f8 after starting boot process and if it gives you the startup menu: (1) try Last known good configuration, or if that doesn't work (2) Safe mode. If it boots in LKGC then whatever updates or changes were made don't need to be reapplied until you find out what killed the system---same if it starts in Safe Mode ---usually a driver issue or Microsoft Update issue if it starts in safe mode. ECS also has a support link off the above web site where FAQ and the ability to contact them is listed.:
You need to break the password and log into the computer again. Once reboot the computer with CD/DVD/USB,remove the lost or forgotten password and then log in to your computer withoutany password. Hereis its official website, Hope it helps http://www.windowspasswordrecovery.net/
you got 2 things here: 1. pc shutting down unexpectedly 2. blue screen
1. the cause could vary: a. cpu overheating: make sure you are letting the laptop to breath, open/clean vents. b. motherboard failure: get a new laptop. c. battery failure: try to take the battery out and connect the laptop and test/replace the battery as needed.
2. blue screen: if it is a Blue Screen of Dead, try to note any error codes and post back or at this stage it could be virus: take the hd out, connect it to an enclusure and hook it up to another good computer and attempt to save the usuful data. then reinstalled hard drive in laptop and reinstall os. b. hadware failure: replace laptop.
on the password:
the only three possibilities where you may be asked for a password is if you're trying to access a password protected bios (which you rarely do with f8) or if you're accessing the recovery console in which you need to enter your windows user name and password or if you're accessing the computer in safemode in which you can enter any user name and their password or the user name: Administrator and for password it could be either blank or whatever password was set when windows was installed
that happened to my hp....some kid came to my house and stayed for the weekend...i don't know what the heck he did but i have a blue box as well and the password happens to be "password"....i don't know how i figured it out either...try it...it could work for yours as well!!! I would like to know how to get rid of it
Boot from the Windows XP CD and at the first prompt, press "r" for repair. Press 1 when asked to choose windows installation and then enter the admnistrator password. If you don;t have one, just press "enter" and it should show you "c:\windows>"
At this prompt, type the following
THis should take quite sometime but will fix the problem at the end. when you get the c:\windows prompt again, type the word "exit" and your system will reboot and load windows XP normally