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In order to reset the password for the NComputing Administrative Console, you will need to re-install the software and reset the password through the installer. To do this, complete the following:
Launch your NComputing software installer:
The installer will request a password, type anything.
The installer will inform you that the password is wrong, select OK.
You will then be asked if you forgot your password, select Yes.
You will be prompted to restart your installer, select OK.
Your password is now reset; you may Cancel the installation and access your administrative console.
You'll need to
find out which screws hold the keyboard in. Usually three or four and
are on the bottom of the laptop. After unscrewing them you'll have to
pry off the plastic part (carefully) that is just under where your
laptops screen is. Then you will see two, three, or four screws that
hold the keyboard in. Unscrew those, then gently lift up the keyboard
and you should see a small round button battery somewhere on the exposed
part. That is the CMOS/BIOS battery. (Note you might have to take more
screws out on the back if the battery is hidden under a part, but
usually it is visible and you can get to it) remove that battery for 1/2
hour or longer, and put it back. This usally will reset the bios and
its password. Also note tho, that some newer boards that won't work on,
and you'll need to buy software especially for reseting the password in
the BIOS. Youtube has some 'videos' that advertise those softwares. Try
the battery thing first tho. If uncomfortable doing that first part to
get to the battery yourself, you will want someone who knows how to take
apart a laptop to do it for you.
If their is no password on your BIOS boot into BIOS and go to "Reset to Factory Defaults". If their is a PW you don't know you will have to remove the screws and clips that hold the keyboard on. Pull the keyboard up and underneath you will see the CMOS battery which looks like a watch battery. Pull it out and leave it out for 30 minutes or longer to allow the capacitors to drain. replace the battery and the keyboard and you should be back to factory defaults for the BIOS.
Firstly, try the obvious. You don't have your caps lock on, or if you are using a smaller keyboard laptop, you don't have the number lock on. If not, then it's possible your account has had its password changed.
You can go to http://www.facebook.com/reset.php to reset your password.
hi,i presume that u cannot punch in the password as the keyboard is not working, except the Enter key, u can do two things, reset the bios, or repair the keyboard, by removing it and cleaning the contacts, to reset the BIOS, locate the small lethium battery, remove it and keep it outside for some time, then put it back,that will reset the BIOS.. try either of it.. let me know...