Could you please advise me as to how I can reset the BIOS password on my HP Pavillion DV2000? I tried removing the internal battery but that did not work. I spoke to HP for their help and they wanted a big chunk of money for a solution.
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Re: Pavillion DV2000 Bios Password
I have a program that is just designed for retrieving or wiping clear any passwords.send me ur email and I can post u.
I assume you have access to another pc cos the files need to be written to a bootable disk.I have a small program which does this also so there wont be any mistakes.
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probably best to go back to square one reformatt and install the operating system yourself where you will have a chance to set a new password your engineer should have given you the password--its the only way
Does this password request come up before the Windows XP logo with the scrolling dots appears? If so, you have a setup, or BIOS, password. Whoever put it there needs to remove it. This password cannot be broken. You MIGHT be able to erase it, but you have to unplug the computer, trmove the main battery, and find and remove the BIOS button battery, and leave it that way for an hour or so, then put everything back. If it worked, no more password.