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I have a laptop ibm 380ed

Hi i i have forgoten my personal code that i putted before please help me to solve this

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You will need to use a password reset tool such as Winternals ERD commander to reset the password. the only other option is to reload the operating system. it is important to use a password that you will remember or write it down. BPCS

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