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Does anyone know how to bypass the HDD/SSD password on a toshiba laptop. I have tried all the various ways of bypassing the user and admin password, but nothing bypasses the HDD password. Toshiba charge excessive fee for this repair, and I believe it’s their fault . Even removing the hard drive and putting it into another machine won’t allow HDD access. No password was ever set for this, it just appeared one day and not been able to use it since. Thanks in advance.
Others have been able to change the password in BIOS. Found this:
1. The HDD password cannot be removed using Security Assist.
2. Using SETUP BIOS (i.e. start machine; Hold Esc; Press F1), Tab to the HDD Password section which should be displayed as follows:
HDD = Built-in HDD
HDD Password Mode = USER Only
User Password = Registered
3. Tab to the "User Password" field and simply enter the old password and then a new one twice (once to verify) as one would do normally. If you don't want a password, just press "enter" twice
Posted on Nov 10, 2018
A USB/SATA jump cable to connect it as a slave drive will access files on it but not accounts it is logged into.
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Posted on Nov 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 04, 2012
for removing the password,
you have to open the memory cover and remove the two RAM s,
after that remove a black or whit plastic film depending on your model, you will loacte for B500 marqued ( XXX ) or J1 you have at least short
the two point with a flat screwdriver and put the upper memory and power on the laptop will holding the screew driver till you see the toshiba screen, if it doen't work just try again. it works 100%
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
the default password should be "123456".
If u did changed the default password, then u need to enter setting mode 08 - 263 to check or edit the password.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
the bios password is a tough one,
once i took out the bios password component, and it worked , but very small solder joints there
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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