Question about Dell Latitude D400 Notebook
To prevent a thief from stealing your laptop, and then resetting both those passwords, there is no way to do it, except by finding your original sales-receipt, and then calling Dell. Prove that you are the true owner (via the sales-receipt), and Dell's Technical Support may possibly be able to help you.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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