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So you bought a second-hand SSD drive (or a computer with an SSD) and it's password protected? There's no way to remove this password. Period. Your only option is to ask the person who sold you the SSD.
Folks when you are considering buying a used laptop. NEVER buy one that has a password protected bios. If you are looking at it and its not in a Windows screen asking for a password DONT buy it unless the seller shows you they can log on past it. Then make sure in that case you have that password when you leave. There is NO bios password work around, no program that can get past a firmware password at all. I think today I posted at least 10 times the same answer for people asking for a bios password. If they say they forgot it then that laptop is a paper weight unless your buying it for parts only.
I would recommend you go back to the seller and ask for it or your money back, because you will end up paying additional money. Go to www.ebay.com Type: bios password and list of sellers claiming to clear the password will be presented.
log on with administrator to open with administrator hold the ctrl+alt and press delete button 2 times a window will pop-up write administrator in user name field and enter and if it has password type the password and enter >go to control panel>click on user account and delete all the user. Accept the user you want> also go to the option change the user log off and check both the square will help you