I was on this site before I contacted the fixya page, that was how I found out how to disassemble the laptop. I ran across a site that was a "how to" build a bios password reset tool made from a parallell printer port doing a crossover/solder 3 wires together. Have you ever used one or made one? This is new to me
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There seems to be no definitive answer for this but there are 2 ways that I see people have had success.
1) Email [email protected] and request removal of your account. Be sure to include your Nickname and email address associated with your account and request removal.
2) Do the same thing through their Contact page found here:
Otherwise, I do not see any standardized way to unregister/remove yourself from Fixya.
Hope this helps!
FixYa is a technical support site and does not supply Laptops or Accessories. Neither are we directly affililiated with Targus. You will need to raise your complaint directly with Targus Customer support at the following link http://www.targus.com/us/content.aspx?page=contact