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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell Inspiron 8500 messege on boot "This computer system, #......., is protected by a password authentication system. You can not access the data without the correct password. Type in the primary or a
You need to contact Dell tech support they are the only one has access to the master password of your computer.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
i have another laptop that is saying this computer system #5zp7yj1-595b is protected by a password authentication system.you can not access the data without the correct password can u help please as i dont know the password
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
There are 3 ways to do this but the first requires that you provide proof of ownership to Dell, or it will cost you money via other "service" providers on the web or you can do it yourself - for free. Now, "free" and "easy" are two different things.. but if you can carefully open your notebook without damaging it - here's a couple links from Dell that detail the CMOS battery removal process:
The key is to disconnect the AC power and main battery before dis-assembly and then then disconnect the CMOS battery as shown in the links above. Press and hold the power button for a minute to completely discharge any power in the main board components. When you remove all the power from the PC, the CMOS can not maintain the customized BIOS settings, including any password settings. You have in effect, reset all settings to "Default". Reassemble when done.
The PC will need to have the BIOS settings set again - to your liking upon next boot.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
find dell bios password, hard drive password at biosremoval.com
note that bios passwords are different from hard drive password,
bios = unlock dell motherboard HDD = hard drive unlock
some computers may have up to 3 passwords being the last one windows passwords.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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