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I GOT A TOSHIBA SATELLITE LAPTOP HOW DO I RESET THE HDD/SSD PASSWORD I BOUGHT IT THIS WAY

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    NEED PASSWORD

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I'm afraid you may have purchased a stolen laptop. It is impossible to remove a HD/SSD drive password, there are no backdoor passwords and if the Toshiba has a Power on Password then this laptop cannot boot up.
If the HD/SSD is password locked then remove the existing drive, replace it with a new HD or SSD, install Windows plus the Toshiba device drivers and programs to get a working laptop.

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

  • sd_axer Mar 21, 2011

    u can removed the hdd password using disk eraser....but u cant get back the data inside the hdd because it erased ur hdd to zero formating

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    kataron Apr 05, 2014

    how do i get the disk eraser?

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