Question about Acer Aspire One D270-1865
BIOS is telling me that the HDD password is frozen. How do I fix this?
If you never put a password on the BIOS then the problem is in the hard disk. Virus infection?
If you know how to run a Live CD with some of the Linux OS e.g Ubuntu, Mint, and the computer works and you see no message then the problem is in the hard disk.
You might need to remove the hard disk to try the live CD.
If you still get the BIOS message and you didn't put a password then you have a corrupted BIOS. You can try to flash the BIOS (risky it might kill the pc) but you might solve the problem.
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