The Geeksquad recently workd on my laptop - a setting seems to have been changed...when I try to get into, for example, hotmail, I cannot. I get an error message about possible connectivity issues and to make sure that SSL & TSL (?) is enabled. Another website that requires a password gives me the same message.
Look for the tool bars in ninternet explorer find "tools" and click on it a scroll bar should pop up find a choice for "internet options" click on intenert options box should then pop up and there should be many tabs one of them will read "advanced" when you go to advanced you will find a button that says "reset" this is refering to the settings in intenet explorer. Then you will get an option to reset your home page ; I recomend you reset al settings. Then shut down and restart your intenet explorer.
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Dear cockniegeezer, Please post more info! Are you able to login at all? i.e.: with a 'User' username/password? If so, try using 'sudo' on the CLI - "command line interface" or "terminal" before required command...this will then ask for your password & allow you to do commands that require "root access". Hope this helps...or at least points you in the right direction! GBU! - Bruce.
Ok.. Seems like its the HDD password set using the BIOS. You can remove this pasword by taking out the CMOS battery for about a minute. This would reset all of your BIOS settings to default there by clearing the password. For more information click here