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Remove bios passwords from my hp elitebook 8440P

The laptop was given to me by my former employer and they never reset or removed bios password and now I cant use the laptop. I contacted the company and the support team said I needed to contact HP. Can someone walk me through removing the bios passwords

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i removed the battery and waited for 3 mins. it says its been resetted to default but still ask for password. is there a default password?? for elitebook 8440p i7

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