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Remove the cmos battery for a few minutes and move the cmos jumper (If one) & Disconnect the power supply. While in that state press and hold the power button to discharge all power from unit. Then reinsert the battery and your cmos should be returned to default settings.
Unplug the power cord. Remove the battery. Press and hold the power button for 60 seconds then release. Plug the power cord back in but leave the battery out and try to turn it on now. If it comes on you can put your battery back in. If it still does not come on you may need a new power supply/ adapter.
i think is a factory fault most systems comes with factory passwords like that.
now u must find out if its a hard drive password which i dont think is thru.if its a bios password then u will need to erase the bios chips which is a risky thing to do if u r not an expert.
hard drive password can not be recovered all u do is change a hard drive.
bios password can be erased if u meet an expert.
i suggest u give them d 100 dollrs n get it fixed.
hope this helps