deactivation of the System Code

I have a Hp laptop, 2000, with system off code 67928253. I need a password.

Thank you

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Maj try.

78680895

Use this code to go into the BIOS.

Disable all passwords that are enabled.

If demand for CURRENT password using this code.

Request NEW password just press ENTER.

If asked to hit just to CHECK password to enter.

Save and exit.

REO

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Tags: Notebooks

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