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I have a bios password,i know my password but the key board will not type it just freezes.Thankyou

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I ned help to remove bios password on my lenovo g40-30 laptop motherbord please


  • Turn the Lenovo computer off. Leave the computer off for at least five seconds.
  • 2 Press and hold down the "F1" key. Turn the computer on.
  • 3 Release the "F1" key when the BIOS screen appears.
  • 4 Type the current BIOS password into the password field.
  • 5 Click the "Password" button. Select the "Supervisor" icon.
  • 6 Type the current BIOS password into its field. Press the spacebar.
  • 7 Press "Enter" on the blank password box. Press "Enter" on the verification screen. The BIOS password is removed.
  • 8 Click the "Save and Exit" icon.


  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_8577037_remove-bios-password-lenovo.html

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    Micro star mian board passward on bios ms-6724


    When you boot up to the log in screen type in administrator as user to log in if you cant log in

    during the boot up process you will see on the screen for a short amount of time press a certain key to enter set up press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS scroll down to set user password or supervisor password you can change or remove your password from there also

    The most common way that most of us know on how to reset or clear the BIOS password is to physically remove the power from the computer by disconnecting the power plug and then removing a battery for 30 minutes from the motherboard. Another way is to reset the clear CMOS jumper on the motherboard itself. Both of the 2 methods mentioned works because most motherboards use a battery to sustain the BIOS/CMOS settings for the motherboards PROM chip. So by cutting off cmos the battery power, the BIOS/CMOS settings will be erased. Hope this helps

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    I have older Toshiba laptop A15-S1292 running XP SP3. Problem is every time it start, before anything can be seen, it ask for password. I know the password, but I do not know how to romove the...


    ESC Key BIOS Password removing procedure
    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the Esc key. The computer will display the "Password = " prompt.
    2. Enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The computer will display "Valid password entered, system is now starting up. Check system. Then press (F1) key"
    3. Press the F1 key. The BIOS setup program will appear.
    4. Using the arrow keys or the tab key, move to the password field, and highlight REGISTERED.
    5. Press the spacebar, enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The Password field will change to NOT REGISTERED.
    F2 Key BIOS Password removing procedure
    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the F2 key. The unit will display the "Password = " prompt.
    2. Enter the correct password, press the Enter key. (You may need to press the F2 key after you hit the enter key.)
    3. The BIOS setup program will appear.
    4. Using the arrow keys, move to the Security tab, and to Set User Password.
    5. Press the F5 or the F6 key to navigate to the Password section. Enter the current password at the Old Password prompt, and press Enter. At the New Password prompt, press Enter (without typing anything into the password field). At the Confirm Password prompt, press Enter again (without typing anything into the password field). The password should now be removed.
    6. Press F10 to save and exit from the BIOS Setup program.

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    Jun 01, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A15-S127 Notebook

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    How do i rmove a bio password out of my toshiba satellite m305-s 4910 laptop


    B I O S P A S S W O R D

    Setting the BIOS Password

    There are two main varieties of BIOS used in Toshiba notebooks, each with its own unique method for setting and disabling a password. First, determine which type of BIOS is used in your notebook model, as follows:

    Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button.

    Immediately and repeatedly tap the Esc key. If the message "Check System and press the F1 key" appears, then follow the "Esc key BIOS" procedure, below.

    If the computer ignores the Esc key when it's powered-on, or if you see an invitation to press the F2 key to enter the BIOS Setup utility, follow the "F2 key BIOS" procedure, below.

    Almost all Toshiba notebook computers will respond to either the Esc key or the F2 key when they're first powered-on. The Toshiba HWSetup program (found in the Windows Control Panel) may also be used for setting and disabling the BIOS password. See the HWSetup procedure, below.

    To set a BIOS password, start the BIOS Setup program and enter a new password into the password field, per the detailed instructions below. Once a BIOS password is set, it will be necessary to enter it whenever the computer is started, restarted or reset. Choose a password that you can reliably recall, or make note of it in a secure location. If you forget the BIOS password, only a Toshiba Authorized Service Provider can remove it.

    ESC key BIOS Password setting procedure

    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the Esc key, until the message "Check system. Then press (F1) key" appears on the screen.

    2. Press the F1 key. The BIOS setup program will appear.

    3. Using the arrow keys or the tab key, move to the Password field, and highlight NOT REGISTERED.

    4. Press the spacebar, and then enter a new password at the "Password = " prompt. Press the Enter key.

    5. Enter the password again when the Setup program prompts for it, and press Enter. The Password field will change to REGISTERED.

    6. Press the End key and then the Y key to save changes and exit the BIOS Setup program.

    F2 key BIOS Password setting procedure

    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the F2 key.

    2. The BIOS setup program should appear. If Windows starts, shut down the computer and try step 1 again.

    3. Use the arrow keys to move to the Security tab.

    4. Use the arrow keys to select "Set User Password". (This 'User Password' is equivalent to what is otherwise called, in this document, a 'BIOS Password'.)
    (It may be necessary to set a supervisor password before setting a user password. A Supervisor Password may be thought of as a backup mechanism -- if a User Password is forgotten, the Supervisor Password will allow access to the computer. The next section describes how to set a Supervisor Password.)

    5. Press the F5 or the F6 key to navigate to the Password section. Type in a new password at the "Password = " prompt, and then press the Enter key.

    6. Enter the password again when the Setup program prompts for it, and press Enter. The password field will now change to indicate that a password has been entered.

    7. Optionally, set the Password on Boot feature to 'Enable'. Otherwise the computer may not prompt for the password at startup.

    8. Press the F10 key to save changes and exit the BIOS Setup program.

    HWSetup BIOS Password setting procedure (This method works for most notebook models.)

    1. In Windows, click Start, then Control Panel (or Start, then Settings, then Control Panel).

    2. In Control Panel, click on the icon for HWSetup or Toshiba Hardware Setup.

    (If neither of these icons are present, download and install the Toshiba utilities for your model from the Service and Support Website, or use the appropriate BIOS Setup procedure above.)

    3. Click on the Password tab.

    4. Click to select Registered. Alternately, there may be a choice for User or Supervisor Password. Select one or the other

    5. Enter a new password at the "Password = " prompt, and press the Enter key.

    6. Enter the password again when the HWSetup program prompts for it, and press Enter. The Password field will now say REGISTERED or SET.

    7. Optionally, set the Password on Boot feature to 'Enable'. Otherwise the computer may not prompt for the password at startup.

    8. Close the HWSetup program.
    _______________________________________________________________________

    Removing the BIOS Password

    Follow one of the procedures below to remove a BIOS Password. See the section 'Setting the BIOS Password', above, to determine which type of BIOS your computer has. Once the password is removed, the computer will no longer prompt for a password when it's started. Removing the BIOS Password requires you to enter it first. If you cannot recall the BIOS Password, only a Toshiba Authorized Service Provider can remove it.

    ESC Key BIOS Password removing procedure

    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the Esc key. The computer will display the "Password = " prompt.

    2. Enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The computer will display "Valid password entered, system is now starting up. Check system. Then press (F1) key"

    3. Press the F1 key. The BIOS setup program will appear.

    4. Using the arrow keys or the tab key, move to the password field, and highlight REGISTERED.

    5. Press the spacebar, enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The Password field will change to NOT REGISTERED.

    F2 Key BIOS Password removing procedure

    1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the F2 key. The unit will display the "Password = " prompt.

    2. Enter the correct password, press the Enter key. (You may need to press the F2 key after you hit the enter key.)

    3. The BIOS setup program will appear.

    4. Using the arrow keys, move to the Security tab, and to Set User Password.

    5. Press the F5 or the F6 key to navigate to the Password section. Enter the current password at the Old Password prompt, and press Enter. At the New Password prompt, press Enter (without typing anything into the password field). At the Confirm Password prompt, press Enter again (without typing anything into the password field). The password should now be removed.

    6. Press F10 to save and exit from the BIOS Setup program.

    HWsetup BIOS Password removing procedure (This method works for most notebook models.)

    1. In Windows, click Start, then Control Panel (or Start, then Settings, then Control Panel).

    2. In Control Panel, click on the icon for HWSetup or Toshiba Hardware Setup.

    (If neither of these icons are present, download and install the Toshiba utilities for your model from the Service and Support Website, or use the appropriate BIOS Setup procedure above.)

    3. Click on the Password tab.

    4. Click to select Registered. Alternately, there may be a choice for User or Supervisor Password. Select one or the other.

    5. Enter the current password at the "Password = " prompt, press the Enter key. If the HWSetup app prompts for the current password and then twice for the new password, simply press the enter key three times after entering the current password. By pressing the Enter key only, you are selecting no password.

    6. HWSetup should now show that the password is Unregistered, which means there is no password set.

    7. Close the HWSetup program.


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    send me the service tag wich u can see on the bottom cover or trun on laptop u will see on screen hash code like this XXXXXXX-595B or D35b or 2A7B send me complete .ill send u password .. this is my email sim4182@yahoo.com

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    How to disable deep freeze without a password


    How to Uninstall Deep Freeze for Windows 2000/XP/Vista without the password.
    Note: Without a complete uninstallation you may not be able to reinstall Deep Freeze on your system.
    What we are going to do is edit the registry and delete the startup references to Deep Freeze. This will prevent the Deep Freeze driver from starting up the next time you boot. (c:\windows\system32\drivers\deepfrz.sys)
    1. First we need a way to edit the registry. The way to do this depends on your situation. If your computer is thawed you can simply use Regedit. If your computer is frozen or if it doesn't boot you'll need to find another way. Here are some alternatives:
    If you have a multiboot computer with another copy of Windows 2K/XP you can boot from there. Or, you can physically mount the disk on another computer that uses Windows 2K/XP.
    You will probably use a tool that lets you boot and edit the registry. A good example of this is PE Builder that lets you build a Windows PE CD and boot Windows from there. Or use Bart's, http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ or Winternals ERD Commander. There are several, including some USB memory sticks capable of booting like a CD. The goal here is to boot separately from your hard drive and access it while it is "asleep".
    2. If your computer is thawed run Regedit. If it's not thawed follow one of the alternatives described above, and run Regedit (or Regedt32 on Windows 2K).
    3. On the Find dialog box type UpperFilters and check only the Values checkbox. Then click Find Next.
    4. The program will find a value with the name UpperFilters. Open this value and if there's a line with the name of the Deep Freeze driver (DeepFrz or DepFrzLo) delete it including the return, leaving the rest of the lines intact. Also, if you are using ThawSpace and you want to get rid of it delete that line too (ThwSpace), if you want to keep the ThawSpace leave it there. Press F3 to find the next match and repeat the operation until you have fixed all the UpperFilters values inside the HKLM\MySystem key.
    5. Navigate to HKLM\MySystem\Select and check the value with the name Default. It has the number of the control set key that the system will use when booted. If it is 1 the control set is ControlSet001, if it is 2 the control set is ControlSet002, and so on. We'll assume the control set is ControlSet001 but you should use the one specified by the value Default.
    6. Now go to HKLM\MySystem\ControlSet001\Services and delete the keys with the name of the Deep Freeze drivers (DeepFrz or DepFrzLo and DepFrzHi). Also, if you decided to get rid of the ThawSpace delete the key with the name of the ThawSpace driver (ThwSpace).
    7. That's it. Now reboot and Deep Freeze will not load.
    QUESTION: What if the BIOS settings prevent me from booting from CD or USB? Answer: Deep Freeze prevents you from decrypting the BIOS password, but it does not prevent removing it, if you have the right tool! Most of the BIOS hacking programs will not work to remove the BIOS password on a Deep Freeze protected computer, but CmosPwd by Christophe Grenier does.
    You'll need to know how to use a command line and install the driver. Yes, it uses a driver to remove the BIOS password. But it works, even on Deep Freeze protected computers. Use CmosPwd to remove the BIOS password and reset the default BIOS settings. Then you'll be able to boot from CD or USB and edit your computer's registry and remove the DeepFrz, DepFrzLo, and DepFrzHi references which start Deep Freeze.
    Now here is a little known secret: Faronics (the makers of Deep Freeze) uses a special driver to remove broken or malicious Deep Freeze installations. They do not have any backdoor passwords, so they use a special driver to remove a Deep Freeze installation where the password is not known or that someone is having trouble with. Will they send it to you, or even admit to you that they have it? I don't know. But, even if you do have it, you will still have to boot separately from the hard drive and replace the existing Deep Freeze driver with the special one and reboot. And after that, you need to use a Deep Freeze installation file to fully uninstall Deep Freeze (it will be thawed when you boot up with the special driver). If you want to re-install Deep Freeze, you'll have to first delete the special driver too.
    Only a few people have this driver. It is the only solution Faronics has for those who need to remove Deep Freeze without the password. And, like I said, you will have to be able to boot from CD or USB and access the NTFS hard drive. If the boot-up order is locked (hard drive first and only) in BIOS settings, use CmosPwd to reset BIOS and boot order. Then you can boot from CD or USB.
    Booting from CD or USB and removing the registry references works also, but then you should uninstall Deep Freeze with an installation file once you are able to boot thawed.
    If you are dealing with a trial version of Deep Freeze, just forward the BIOS date past 60 days and then restart.
    If anyone is wondering if Deep Freeze has ever been hacked, the answer is "yes" it has, several times over the years. Most of the time these were weaknesses that Faronics was able to quickly fix or prevent. However, there was one hacker that really, REALLY gave them headaches. His name was Emiiano Scavuzzo from Argentina. He was really good at low level programming and used OllyDbg to come up with about five versions of his "Deep Unfreezer" which gave Faronics their greatest challenge to date. Deep Unfreezer now only works on older versions of Deep Freeze.
    Faronics is doing very, very well right now (as of 2008). They sold Apple Computer their Mac version of Deep Freeze, which, if you know how to look for it in the Applications folder on a Mac, is used in all the Apple Stores on both their desktops and their laptops. So, if you're ever in a Mac store playing around with PhotoBooth or whatever, and the computer settings are all messed up, just restart the Mac and thank Deep Freeze.

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    Password BIOS prompt comes up and do not know what to do.


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    If you are the Owner of the laptop, and did Not setup a BIOS password, then try this:
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    Or,
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    Or,
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    If this is not your laptop, and the owner set up a BIOS password, you are locked out.

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    IBM uses a security chip on the motherboard that burns the password into it when a bios password is enabled. The only solution to getting around a bios password on an IBM is to replace the bios security chip or the motherboard. I've wrestled with this before, and believe me when I say it's a whole lot easier to replace the board. Do your best to remember!!!!!!!!

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