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t5740e is a thin client that has embedded Win7 on it, see specs here: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF05a/12454-12454-321959-338927-3640406-4282707.html?dnr=1. This technology is designed for customers outside of the home, i.e. schools, corporations, etc. The way it works is it boots up with the Win7 OS and connect to a back end server infrastructure such as VMware, Citrix or Hyper-V which then provides a full Windows 7 desktop for the user. It's designed to save money on full desktop PCs, thus the low cost to acquire the end user equipment. Regarding whether or not it's stolen is hard to say. It may or may not be pre-configured but if no one knows the password, the unit may have to be reset anyway thus wiping out any pre configured options. You might try opening the case and seeing if there is a jumper to reset the device, or looking on line for a factory default reset.
Failing that use WSI and an S30 image from the wyse Website.
WDM also has the option to to re-image the client.
You may also be able to get into the control panel of the terminal, and download an FTP image and set the terminal to upgrade from the image when uploaded to your ftp site. From the control panel, you can initate the upgrade manually
OK first off I don't know anything about this device, But I can tell you most OS level passwords I have dealt with are stored in the OS by way of a battery on the main board. If you open the unit and remove the battery and wait about 15 minutes, then reinstall the battery and close everything back up. Then turn it on and see what you get. Has worked for me in the past On laptops. You may have to try and leave the battery out overnight and then try it.
YES.... providing that the hard drive was not completely re-formated before the windows OS was installed.
Usually, manufacturers leave a section of the HD for this so in the event that something goes wrong, you would be abke to revert back to the manufacturer's setup.
Simply follow the following instructions... :
1) remove power from the T30. 2) hold or tap the 'G' key on the keyboard 3) apply power back on T30 while maintaining step 2) 4) turn on T30 via power button while maintaining step 2) 5) T30 should eventually boot up and in factory default settings.
this doesn't work, repeat process or the T30 was configured to disable
the 'G' key. In this case you need to reflash the firmware on the T30.
You dont have one thin klient connected to a Server, as the Serversoftware itself max. the cost of ordenary poeple.
furthermore, a Server for that purpes is normaly with two CPU's and at least 4GB of RAM, - and that would set you back at least US$ 5 - 10.000.
My "help", therefor would bee "stay the hell away".
Press and hold F9 whilst starting-up.
Once the clicks have stopped, repeatedly press F9 until the grey screen with the "X" mouse pointer is revealed - you'll know then that it's worked!
You may have to be persistent and attempt several times.