Question about ASUS Eee PC 1001PX (1001PXEU17BK) Netbook
Forgot my password to enter my lab top . I tried resetting by pressing f9 but it don't reset
Give this a try, just in case: When you turn on the Netbook, it starts, usually, with a black screen booting the Bios and then it starts the Windows OS. During the black screen, it probably says to press - F2, F8 or some other key combinations to get into "setup" mode. See if there is a "disable password..." in the menu item of you setup mode...and disable it. Just try...let me know if this works...Thnx
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hard Drive Password Lock out
If you are able to locate either the jumper (JBAT1) terminal from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds and then back to pins 1-2; or the cmos battery(remove for about 10 minutes) which will be on the motherboard although where is anyones guess, unless somebody does know, but i'm sorry i don't. Athough this may not open up the hardrive as sometimes there is a hidden file on some manufacturers hardrives that sometimes prevent formating.
Posted on Jan 04, 2007
Try to reset your BIOS settings to default. Then, if it still not work, see if any other part of the keyboard works. If not, your keyboard connection to the notebook could be damaged.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
SOURCE: ASUS A3H notebook: how do
Well..... It thinks there is a password. Have you tried just pressing the enter key? If so, then you have to reset the CMOS. To do this you will need to disassemble to get to the CMOS battery. I could have a jumper but the easiest method is just to pull the CMOS battery. On older laptops it is a rechargeable battery (nicad or lithum) and on newer ones they use a coin cell battery like desktop computers.
Best of luck, Jim
Posted on May 07, 2011
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SOURCE: want to reset my daughters
press f2 disable the booster boot
if still nothing, try all f keys, tab and space bar also have default settings on some
last is install windows xp on a usb flash drive if you dont have the dvd /cd restore disk
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
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