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Three attempts at password then system disable

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My hp 2000 laptop reads enter administrator password or power on password with a system disabled code 86632955


Try this Hope it works.5 to 8 character code on System Disabled screen

Laptop password system disabled codeAs the computer is booting, press F1, F2, or Del to enter CMOS setup.
In the CMOS setup, when prompted for a password, guess three times until you're giving the code. If, after entering the wrong password three times, the computer is displaying a 5 to 8 code, as shown in the picture, continue to the next step.
Write down the code and visit Dogbert's BIOS Password Backdoors scripts page to download Python and the free Python scripts to clear many of these types of passwords.

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Recover a Nook Password
Nook users can enable a pass code to prevent unwanted access to the device.
If you forget your device pass code, you won't be able to recover it.
You can reset your pass code and create a new one by using your Barnes & Noble account credentials.
Attempt to input your pass code three times.
Once you have failed to unlock the Nook three times, you will be prompted to "Start Over" or "Disable pass code using account credentials."
Tap "Disable pass code using account credentials" in the menu.

Enter your Barnes & Noble email address and password.
Tap "Submit" to disable the pass-code protection.

Enable New Pass Code

Tap the Home button and select "Settings" from the icon menu. Tap "Device."


Tap "Enable Pass Code" from the menu that appears.


Enter a unique alphanumeric pass code, then confirm it in the text-entry fields.


http://www.barnesandnoble.com/nook/support/

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Password request when turned on


The computer is configured to ask for a password after a power up. You must enter the correct one or you won't be able to use the calculator. After three unsuccessful attempts it will lock. If you turn it off and on again you will be prompted for the password again.
The solution: take it or send it to a Toshiba Certified Service Center to have the password disabled (unregistered). The service is not free because the laptop is out of warranty. And you may have to prove ownership of the computer.

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Hp N3295 need to fill bios password for setup. can you help?


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Unfortunately some set the bios password,and it is your backdoor password,behind the main bios chip, in your Laptop,and you need to reset ,but in normal process does not work (cmos battery remove from mobo).You will reset the password through some process,follow the bellow link.

http://repair4laptop.org/laptop_and_notebook_bios_password_reset.html

http://www.lancos.com/prog.html

http://www.lancos.com/siprogsch.html

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I have a Gateway computer running Win98 that prompts me for a password at startup. It didn't use to do this, so I don't know what password it is asking for. Never used one! It is doing this after a power...


Somehow, the motherboard thinks that a "start-up" password is required.

If you have a desktop computer, turn the computer off, open the case, and look on the motherboard. Look for three pins (labelled 1, 2, and 3), and look for a small "jumper" that is connecting pin 1 to pin 2. Move the jumper to connect pin 2 to pin 3. Wait 5 seconds.
Move the jumper back to connect pin 1 to pin 2.
Turn the computer on -- the "BIOS-password" will have been removed.

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