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Where is the password jumper on an hp z800 workstation
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i) u said that your computer is going to safe mode menu, if it is really goes to safe mode, then try to click the safe mode option and see whether ur able to go onto the screen or desktop
let us even reseting jumper that ur agent or customer rep told, if you can dismantle your computer on your motherboard u will have CMOSbattery(which is slilver , circualar, i think u knowit) , just remove it by screw driver gently and waitfor few 5 minutes and replace and close the tower....... and there is no need of resetting your jumper after doing(removing CMOS battery)
ii) if you are unable to go the desktop by clicking safemode, then there defenitely a problem with your OS or operating sytem
i would suggest u reload your OS or format ursystem or reload Windows XP or Windows Vista Freshly
by tapping F11(incase of Vista) or F10(in case of XP) continously from the moment u power on ur system
here we are trying to bring ur system back to your factory settings(getting the system back to day u got ur system)
but there is problem that u will loose all the data that is present on system(risk at ur own will), i.e., what every that is present in My Documents.....
when you do this recovery(by pressing F11 or F10) you will get an option to peform NDR and DR in order to save datain my documents(NDR: non destructive recovery, DR : Destructive Recovery...)
select NDR to save data in my documents.... only in case of XP
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Do this when PC is off.
The jumper is a 2 pin jumper and there are 3 points on the motherboard where it is connected. So one pin is empty. Say pins are numbered 1 - 2 - 3 and the jumper is on 2 - 3.
Now unplug the jumper and put it on 1 - 2 and wait for a minute. Then put the jumper back to 2 - 3 and start the computer and the password and any other settings should be removed and set to default.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
This may help you. Follow the link
Read Troubleshooting guide Under Troubleshooting Information. And Computer Setup Utility Guide Under User Guide. I think its more complete on steps by steps guide if you are missing some important steps.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Open the cover of PC and look at motherboard, near the CMOS Battery, find CMOS Jumper, by default, pin 1 and 2 is short, to clear CMOS, short pin 2 and 3, Power ON your PC, Then Power OFF, Change Jumper position to default, Power ON your PC and follow instructions.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: How can I reset the
You need to prepare: hope it helps. don
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
1:A blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive
2.A computer which can link to internet
3.A program called Windows Password Recovery 6.0
Get started with this 3 simple steps:
Step 1 - Download windows password recovery utility and install it.
Step 2 -Burn your Windows Password Reset CD:
To burn your CD, you'll need a blank CD-R and the .ISO file of Windows Password Reset.
Step 3 - Put in your newly created CD and remove your Windows password.
don't forget to vote
You need to prepare:
hope it helps.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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