Question about Dell INSPIRON 1300 Celeron 1.4GHZ,256MB DDR,CDRW/DVD,WIFI,40GB,15" WIDE LCD,WINDOWS XP (617977104046) PC Notebook
If you don't have any information that you wanted stored on the laptop you could try to restore it back to factory settings (reinstall operating system, restore computer) and this would erase the password protection. THAT IS IF YOU DO NOT NEED ANY DATA ON THE HARD DRIVE because this would ERASE YOUR DATA. If your not able to do this from within the bios you will need to find the Recovery Dvds that could have come with this laptop.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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