Question about HP Computers & Internet
What OS, what windows XP, Vista, W7,W8, W10?
what password, BIOS? or windows login,
if the later, why not ask Microsoft this.? it is there OS?
for windows 7 and below there are ways to hack in.
w7 , at HP, see the official answers here, you are not the first.
Posted on Aug 13, 2017
You might be able to remove that password and type a new one instead, by following the steps
here -> Restart your PC, and hold the F8 keyboard button and as You
enter the Windows® Boot Menu you will see some different choices,
choose Safe Mode with Networking. Now Windows® will start in Safe Mode.
Select the default Administrator account from the login, the password
can be blank. If you are lucky and passed the login, then you should be able to
edit your original account. If this doesn't work then you might need to use a third party program to remove the Password. Worst case you can do a system recovery and take it back to factory default settings by pressing F11 at start up to get to the recovery manager. All of your data will be lost if you do this option.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: factory settings
If windows still boots ( and the original hard drive is still in the computer) you can click the start button and find the HP Recovery Manager under the All Programs list. It is probably tucked away under one of the HP tabs.
If windows doesn't boot, and you still have the original hard drive you can press F11 when your first turn it on at the HP logo screen. It should start the recovery program. (The F key can be different on different laptops but most recent HP's are F11)
Be careful, doing a System Restore will erase all your Data, so backup anything important!
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
usually setting your computer to a date before the expiration date of the cartridge. If your printer has a date function try this first on your printer.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Restore the PC to original condition with the HP Recovery Manager If the computer cannot open to the Windows desktop, follow the steps below to use the f11 key to launch the HP Recovery Manager and return your notebook to its original factory condition.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Are you talking about the BIOS password, or the windows password?
A hard reset will probably reset your BIOS password (see this thread),
To reset your windows password, you need your XP CD-ROM and follow this instruction.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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