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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try searching your email address on www.spokeo.com or your name and/or email address on www.peekyou.com. They might be able to come up with your alternate email address, and hopefully it is a yahoo one, or another service that will let you recover the password with security questions. www.pipl.com also might have your alternate id on it.
Another thought, is if you use mozilla, your password very well could be saved, you can find that under the tools. If it saved you passwords, you will be able to view the whole list of them.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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if you forgot your secret password on your email address,you can still retrieve it by putting you alternate email address that you place on file when you registered your main email address before.
if your using yahoo,here are the steps:
1.go to yahoo.com
2.click on sign in
3.click on i cant access my account
4.click on i forgot my password
5.type your yahoo id
6.type your alternate email
then the password of your main email address will be send out to your alternate email address,then from there you can see the reset password link that was send to you by facebook to change your password on that website.
I hope this could help.
Posted on May 28, 2011
If you know the password you can enter the BIOS settings to change the password.. but i stress that you WILL need the current password to do so.
If you do NOT know the current password, you will have to remove the Lithium ION 1.5v battery from the computer, which will require a miniature screw-driver. If you remove the battery for about 30 seconds, the BIOS settings will be cleared to default.
In order to do this I suggest you look up a guide on the manufacturer's website and find out where exactly the battery is housed. It is generally very easy to access the battery, so don't be too scared off by all of the steps provided.
If you are a newer of computer, you can use the bios/cmos password recovery tool from http://www.biospasswordrecovery.com
Wish you luck!
Posted on Dec 06, 2011
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