Question about HP OmniBook 6000 Notebook
I had a Thinkpad do that. It was a hardware password on the motherboard so they suggested replaceing the whole motherboard. There was one guy, I think he was in Australia, would hack the security chip if you mailed him the laptop. They are designed to be next to impossible incase your laptop gets stolen and you have sensitive data on it. My advice is DONT use the password on a laptop unless it is really sensitive valuable data, or if you never forget your passwords.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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