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Re: My passward wont work
Turn off your computer,then open your CPU,go to your motherboard take the battery there, the purpose is to disabled the memory .Then after one hour put back again the battery close your CPU,then turn ON again.....
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You can remove or change the Window's User or administrator's password. You need access to a computer with Internet access to download the Hiren's Boot CD and burn it onto a CD. Then insert this CD into the laptop/computer and boot up the laptop/computer with the Hiren's CD and follow the instructions. There are very useful utilities CD and it a Linux boot CD which contains quite a lot of Utility programs including a password removal program. Click on one of these links to download HIREN'S BOOTCD :- http://www.hirensbootcd.net/http://126.96.36.199/
Try BootSuite 2012 (bootsuite.com) - paid program to remove passwords among other programs. Allows you to boot computer with this program and remove current passwords and then to start computer and put in new correct ones.
I don't have access to your board details. However, beeps frequently represent memory problems. Try removing the memory on your system and then putting it back.
You can access your memory on the bottom of your computer. It is likely the smallest rectangular hatch. After powering donwn the computer, remove one or two screws.
Remove the memory sticks by spreading the clips on each side of the memory. After removing them, put them back. This will clean the terminals and ensure a good connection. Before putting the back on, try to boot the computer. If you hear no beeps, all is good. Turn off the computer and put the hatch back on.
If you hear beeps, switch the memory modules. Try again. If you still hear beeps, try one module at a time in the primary memory slot. If one of these works, you should be able to buy a new memory module. Go to a sight like Crucial's and have it tell you what you can add. Perhaps this is a good excuse to upgrade.
You should do this at the kitchen table to avoid any static discharge.
You can try going into safe mode and doing a system restore.
To do this, when you first turn it on keep pressing the F8 key until you get some options.
Choose "safe mode" and press ENTER.
When you get into safe mode, click on Start -> All Programs -> accessories -> system tools -> System Restore.
Choose an older date from when it was last working correctly and restore to there. You wont lose any data, but if you installed any new software after the date you choose to restore to you may need to re-install it.
Try to remove the battery, and use the AC adapter instead, connect it to your laptop, check if its going to have a power. Turn it on. If its turning on and working normally, then the problem is your battery, you have to purchase compatible and original battery. If its not working while it is connected to the AC adapter, check if the adapter is supplying power, because maybe the problem is with the AC adapter.
not only do you need to remove the comos battery you have to short out the posts the battery connects to this will remove remaining power stored in any caps connected to the comos circuit after about ten minutes this should clear the comos remove battery unplug charger and remove comos battery the short the comos battery socket. there is still some voltage on the board stored in the capactors this will keep the comos in memory even with out the battery.
I have seen this problem before. If you can take out your memory and set it aside for about 10 mins. Then put the memory back in. Keep the battery out and try connecting the laptop to external power. If this does not work then you probably have a blown power connector or motherboard. You can get a replacement board for about 175.00 and installed for a total about $350.00. You can get new laptops for that price or a little higher. I would take a look at the possibilities first before spending more money. Take a look on Ebay you will see your same laptop for less than the repair cost.