Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Omg. for goodness sake when you get it sorted write the password down and hide it. AND DON'T FORGET WHERE !! first, if you know how, open the bios at startup, this may require pressing "delete" key or f2 repeatedly as soon as the screen turns on, look through the tabs and find the security section. disable the user or os password. f10 or exit saving changes. computer will reboot and away you go. this might not work, and is just the first thing to try. i might do some research online and get back to this post with a better solution. be aware, not all solutions to this all too common problem are user friendly, especially for a novice. you could take it to a service tech but that would undoubtedly cost you.
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