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I have the same concern as yours I hope that the procedural that I did could help you as well.
1. removed hdd from laptop`s tray (with power OFF)
2. powered ON the laptop and entered in BIOS SETUP
3. as the hdd was removed the BIOS read at 1st ata device
but i was able to select field, which had
4. select option and the "manual" options for the hdd appear
5. don`t change anything, remain on that page and insert the HDD drive
in the tray. as it powers up the bios completed me the field vith the
values for my hdd automatically.
6. go back to the field "1st ata device" and selected the option
7. go to the bios SECURITY section and in the field "HDD Password" enter
a password of your choice (but remember or note it down)
8. EXIT the bios setup and SAVE CHANGES (and reboot)
9. at the HDD prompt i found now the password matched the one i entered
10. run the bios setup again and remove the hdd password for easy use purpose..
that`s it, how it did work for me. now, i believe this steps to be usefull for anyone else.
my bios type is award medallion v6.0 but i hope to work on other versions as well...
Windows Password Recovery is right what you need in your case. The password recovery tool is designed to reset Windows login password once you accidentally forgot it or have no access to your system. By burning a bootable CD, you can enter almost any computer with Windows administrator login password protected within a few seconds. Here are the step by step tutorial, pretty easy!
Step 1: Download Windows Password Recovery and install it on another computer. Step 2: Prepare a blank CD/USB and run the software and use it to burn the ISO file to it. Step 3: Put it into the CD-ROm and restart your locked computer. Change the BIOS setting of your locked computer to make it boot from the CD-ROM or USB drive (Start computer and press F2 or Delete to enter BISO setup) Step 4: Boot your locked computer from the created disk and remove your forgotten password. GOOD LUCK!
Is it the BIOS password or Windows password you are trying to get past. You can remove the battery on the motherboard and leave it out for 24 hrs or more and it should clear the BIOS password. The battery is a small round one like in a watch and it keeps power to a chip so your system wont lose the date/time and BIOS information. If its the Windows password you will have to use the adminstrator options or reinstall Windows completely and setup new passwords, eMail me at email@example.com if you need more assistance.
If you forgot the password for the router, what will be your next option is to reset it back toi default settings and run again the setup CD for the router, To reset it Press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds while the power is ON then after that you can now run the setup CD for the router and its back to admin as the default password.....
go to setup>and go to maintanance -->there is a option restore default>select that and after some time do power cycle>and rste me solved if its helps or go to your user accouny and change your password