Any way to remove the words "Enter Password: Timed Out" from the screen surface.
I know that sounds like a funky subject, but on the GEM H770 CRT Monitor I have it shows the words, very lightly in light gray, at the top left corner of the screen. That say "enter password: timed out" I know its not a windows thing or anything to do with my programs. Its always there, I just recently got this monitor from a family member and it had a slight problem with its sharpness but I fixed that by fine tuning the control potentiometers inside its case, and no I didn't break anything while I was in there. It was doing the enter password: timed out thing when I first hooked it up. All I did was clear the sharpness of the screen up by turning the potentiometers and adjusted the CRT electron gun alignment controls for RGB and horizontal and vertical control on the tube itself (they look like round circles that can spin if you unloosen the back one) The monitor works better than ever now except for the annoying letters that appear at the top. I have no idea how to get rid of them and any help you can give me would be great. I will check this place for a while, but if you know the answer then send me the reply to:
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If you know the password, go into System Preferences, Accounts, and enter a new one. If you want to start without entering a password, change that setting on the Start up panel. If your computer is secure, you could simply enter a "return" instead of a password or the word "none". Put that also in the password hint dialog block. If you cannot remember your password you can restart from the restore disc and set up a new account, or, a bit more complex, start from the Single User Mode and remove the password from the command line interface. Check the web for that procedure. Try the others first.
Turn off your TV and wait 5 seconds then using the remote aim it at the TV and press MUTE-1-8-2-power that will bring you to the service menu then under the first thing listed there press enter then you should see the word " Factory Reset" high light that usuing the up and down arrows then press enter it will go to one more screen just press enter again or in some cases highlight 'YES" or "OK" and press enter. The TV will shut down and it will reset it to factory settings abd the password will be gone. Hope this helps.
Press "F2" on your keyboard when you see the Panasonic logo appear on the screen. You will immediately be prompted to enter your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 BIOS password. Type the word "Biostar" into the password prompt. This is your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 backdoor BIOS password. Press the "Enter" key to unlock your Panasonic Toughbook Cf-29 BIOS.
if you know the bios pass word go into bios hitting del upon start up then on pass word enter the old pass word then make the new one empty click save if you dont know the pass word then the back up battery on the mother board will need to be removed for several hrs
The BIOS password is removed by the BIOS configuration, you need the BIOS password to get into the BIOS configuration.But if you do not have the BIOS password then you need to construct this dongle device. TOSHIBA BIOS PASSWORD DONGLE You can build a dongle that plugs into the printer port.Purchase a 25 pin male D sub connector and solder insulated wires to the various pins as listed below. The pins are numbered on the connector http://www.tilman.de/sonstiges/toshiba/dongle1.jpg this is a picture of the finished dongle
Wire the pins as follows :-1-5-10, 2-11, 3-17, 4-12, 6-16, 7-13, 8-14, 9-15 Plug the finished dongle in the printer port and power up the laptop. The password will be reset, go into the BIOS configuration to check the BIOS password, you may have to disable the BIOS password..
OR there are other places that will sell you a "Key" for a price.
OR you can provide "Proof of Ownership" to Toshiba, and they will sell you a "Code" to remove the Anti-Tamper, Anti-theft, protection.
when you push the power bottom and the screen start up push the funtional key F8 that will give you the chance to use it on save mode or you can go to the last know good configuration mode the hight lighting mode with the arrows from your key board and than press enter if you can make that works if not your hard drive it has a big internal mark in the internal disk and you can not be able to fix that the only way to fix this is bay sacaning the surface of the har disk or replece it