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When I turn my laptop on, I get a blue screen that wants a Power-on Password...what do I do?

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Restart the computer HOLD the keys CTRL OR FN4 +f11 or f12 and go to restore factory default.
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I have an Hp mini with a blue bar asking for a pass code that i don't have i entered the only code i would use then i get a system disabled 84901727 please help


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Entered password. Why did it turn off?


You put in the wrong password,power laptop down and when first comes up hit f2 and go into bios and change or delete bios password.

Sep 25, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Windows 8 hp need administrator or power on password


and who set the laptop up origaniley perhaps they remember

Feb 21, 2015 | HP Computers & Internet

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My laptop turns on, you can put in the password but it won't load and the blue screen comes on and then it restarts itself. It's a Samsung 530. Please HELP. Thank you!!!


i have had one of these myself... this pc suffers from various problems, mostly motherboard. Your specific problem has happened to a couple of friends, both filled their drives up so much that it "blue screened" We all know blue screen is often terminal. Your machine is getting on now. clear your drive up from DOS and windows ( delete unneeded files at start up, not through windows if possible.

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How to get around a power on password on a dv2500.


Hi your laptop is asking for the hard drive password.

You can either contact a local technician or contact HP for further assistance

Jul 17, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv2610us Notebook

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When i turn the power on after two minutes it shuts down right away. tried to charge it still the same it will turn on for 2 mins then shut down again. i tried rebooting it press f8 but it gave me another...


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

good luck!

Mar 19, 2010 | Toshiba Qosmio F45-AV412 Notebook

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When I turn on my Acer laptop it goes straight to an all black screen with a small blue screen asking me for a password. How do I fix this and have I lost all of my data?


Hi,

All your data is still there but somehow you have set a power on (BIOS) password.

Your going to have to try remember the password or ask someone who used the laptop last if they set a password.

If you can't remember the password then you have to remove the main battery and AC power and then open the laptop up and locate the CMOS battery and remove it for 30 minutes. (you will void any warranty doing this)

Once you have done that you will need to reset the date and time.
The only other option is to send it to Acer for them to reset but it will cost in excess of $100 plus VAT.


Good luck.

Dec 04, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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