Question about HP 530 Notebook PC
Usually "flashing" the bios will help. If you can go to HP's website and search for your particular computer's drivers, there should be one for your bios chip. Run that, and it should remove the password. It will reset it back to the factory default settings.
Another way to remove the password from the bios is taking apart the computer (may void warranty, just so you know) and removing the button sized battery from the main motherboard.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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