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Dell latitude d505 SERVICE TAG GX9VK1X-595B, EXPRESS SERVICE CODE 36840490053 password authentication system
The Dell Latitude D505 is a personal laptop computer with a 1.2 GHz processor and a 15-inch display. The system is equipped with a System Restore utility that reverts the hard drive back to its factory-configured state. Running the System Restore deletes any applications and data that have been installed by the user since the computer left the factory.
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Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Only way to remove a BIOS password on any computer is to remove all power sources from the motherboard so its memory can be cleared.
First, remove the main battery from the laptop. Then you must locate and find the little coin cell battery (It looks like a watch battery) on the laptop and remove it for about a minute or so. Then you can replace them in the opposite order.
Your coin cell battery is in a bay on the bottom of your computer. Enjoy!
1. Before removing the coin battery:
3. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the two screws securing the cover.
4. Lift and remove the cover from the system.
5. Locate the coin battery.
6. Use a fingernail (or small flathead screwdriver, if necessary) to release the battery ZIF connector.
7. Remove the battery from the chassis.
8. Reverse the previous steps to replace the coin battery.
Posted on May 07, 2008
I think there is a new feature on later notebooks, called "drive-lock".
It uses a password to lock the hdd, even if the hdd is swapped to another PC.
You might be able to get round it, if you connect it to an old Laptop or Desktop, where the bios doesn't support "drive-lock".
Or you could try "Ultimate Boot CD" from http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/
This will allow you to make a boot CD.
You could then try the program called "ATA Password Tool 1.1", which is supposed to unlock any locked hdd.
And if that doesn't work you'll need to call up dell.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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