Question about Dell Inspiron Notebook
I got a Dell XPS M140 laptop with a service tag #F7YTR91-595B. I can't access the computer.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bios password dell d800
Remove BIOS battery. Short BIOS jumper or leave the battery out for a long time(Over night,maybe) This should default the BIOS to having no pass word present. If that doesn't work then evidently Dell has one within the BIOS . Just ask them.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Most laptop or notebook computers feature enhanced BIOS security, and
BIOS passwords on laptops are hard to bypass. Several companies offer
laptop security chip services that can be used to bypass the BIOS
password on Dell laptops or notebooks and reset the security. They can
provide a master password from the Dell Service Tag of your Dell
laptop. This master password will allow you to bypass the existing
password and enter the BIOS and reset the unknown password. To generate
the master password they need to know the Dell Service Tag of your
unit. Dell Master Password Recovery does not require soldering or
disassembly of the laptop and supports most Dell models.
Dell BIOS passwords can also be reset by replacing the laptop security chip. Passwords can also be recovered from security chips that have been removed from laptop or notebook systems. These passwords may be required to attempt to unlock protected hard disks. Passwords recovered from these chips are the original BIOS passwords and may be the same as the hard disk password, but are not guaranteed to be the same and may not unlock the hard disk.These are usually damaged in the process of recovering the passwords and are not suitable for replacement into a computer.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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