HP Compaq Mini 110: Reset password BIOS HP Compaq Mini 110
My HP mini 1000 now asking for a bios password.
After 3 try a me check failed and display code below
Try to enter
Reset password BIOS - Folio 13 HP
System to disable code 70406515
Steps to follow:
1. use the posted above unlock code to access the BIOS
2 disable all passwords that are enabled
3. If the request for current password - enter the unlock code
4. for the new password, simply press the ENTER key
5. repeat the same thing to check the password column.
6. then exit the BIOS saving & exit option to save the changes.
Incase if the password does not work please try a Hard Reset as follows.
1. power off the laptop
2 disconnect the power adapter and remove the battery
3 hold the Power button for 30 seconds
4. connect the power supply/AC adapter (leave the battery for now) & start Notepad
5. If now see you a password, please type the password I shared front of saaaqaaaqaqqqaqqaaqaaqaaqaqaaaaaame and press on enter
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K N R K
Although I am an employee of HP, I speak for myself and not for HP
unlock (reset) password BIOS/CMOS for HP DV7-1250es
ENTER UNLOCK PASSWORD (KEY: 67449499)
Use the code to reset below
My password bios HP Compaq Mini 110.
After 3 try a me check failed and display code below
Enter: e9l11xfitt (3rd character is a lowercase L)
DP - K
I have an old HP Mini 110 and somehow, it was locked by password BIOS. I can't get through the screen. Can anyone help me please with the password? Thanks in advance!
My S/N CNU9292K09.
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.
I have the same problem as Ksimp88.
Reset password for BIOS/drive HARD HP Mini
After 3 attempts having failed, passwords I got this code: 20070906
Just test 5101/5102 and 5103.
Look at my post here.
I have a mini cq10-100SS with a problem. To be exact is a message of password that I get whenever I turn it on.
I put random passwords and after 3 times, I get this text:
"Password check failed
Fatal error... System stopped.
I tried to reset the bios by disconnecting the battery for 4 hours but nothing has worked.
I hope you guys can give me the password. Thank you
Try to enter: e9l11o37nf (3rd character is a lowercase L)
DP - K
I need to reset my BIOS password, and I don't know how to do it.
Product code: CNU9246XSV
Thank you for your help.
Enter: e9lo7vg4n6 (to be noted that in both cases, the 3rd character is a lowercase L)
DP - K
I bought a Compaq610, and I want to update its bios. I downloaded the update, but it took the bios password and I don't have it.
Can I ask you if there is a way to recover/reset or clear the passoword?
Thank you very much.
You can reset the password of the bios in different door tricks stolen. Here is a list of backdoor stuff:
- Reset of backdoor passwords
- Reset by software
- By the bios jumper reset and solder the bread
- The C - MOS battery reset
Reset password backdoor-
There are backdoor passwords that make the company bios creates to open menu bios in case customer forget our own password
At rest by password cracking software.
We can also delete the bios password by as "Hirens.BootCD.15.2.zip' cracking of software. We also use Hirens Boot CD because it's a bootable software that contains a number of diagnostic tools and of an active operating system.
At rest by bread of rider and welding of the bios.
You can also break the bios by CMOS jumper. A short circuit the rider up to 20 sec can reset your biospassword. For most rider bios (welding bread) located, close by the ram slot or the CMOS battery.
To the rest of the C - MOS battery.
All cmos and the bios setting is stored in the bios chip which has been attached on the motherboard. The main work of the cmos battery are giving a continuous supply of the bios chip to save all the settings. If you unplug or remove the battery for over 5 seconds, the bios setting will reset.
Like many others, I forgot my password BIOS of HP Mini. Have not used the mini because I went to the Afghanistan almost a year ago.
I get the code 67459707 after three attempts. Stayed in it for several days without success.
Please be aware that this is not supported by HP and try your hand at your own risk.
Try to enter: 78531329
DP - K
Anyone know how to reset the BIOS password on a laptop computer without knowing the password?
Thanks for your time
Remove the RTC battery, main battery and the adapter. Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds and let the laptop sit for at least 20 minutes before inserting battery RTC back in. Install the main battery and the adapter.
When you initialize it ask for load default BIOS settings, use your arrow keys and enter to do.
The RTC battery is indicated by the red arrow and is behind the memory Bay door.
Here's where I got the picture from.
Remember to reset the time and date, if you do not have this Windows will think that you have a non valid copy.
Next time you start, start to type the f10 key immediately to enter the BIOS to reset the clock and date. You can do it with in Windows, but I think that it is better to do it in the BIOS.
I have a portable Satellite Pro M30 and my son has changed my bios password and now I can't even start it! How can I reset the bios? Where is the bios battery out of MB, then reset as in desktop? Is there a jumper for the deal if all else fails? What should I try?
Thank you all in advance.
Remove the CMOS battery didn't help much. If the removal of the BIOS can be so easy, remove the password on the stolen units may be too simple. Please don? t wait that these information will be posted here.
You can contact the after-sales Service of Toshiba partner. They will remove password for you.
I have a Toshiba M400 and I was wondering how do I reset the bios password. I disabled the finger print scanner recently because I decided that I no longer need, but he always asks for a bios password which I forgot. I used just swipe my finger and it let me boot up and all that gravey.
If you guys know how to reset the password. Either physically, or through software, would be great.
Or if you know the guy who is the manufacturer of the bios for the Portege M400 I could probebly give them a call and ask myself.
I could send it, but I want to avoid this and leave as a last resort.
BTW, this laptop was purchased in the United States.
You will not be able to remove the BIOS password yourself if you forgot it.
As far as I know the BIOS that was preinstalled on Portege M400 is... Toshiba ;)
If you need to contact the Toshiba authorized service provider in your country and only these guys are able to remove the BIOS password you forgot.
Unfortunately (but "strangely" especially!) my Toshiba Satellite a350d - 20 k PSALME-01D00RIT does not not recognize the BIOS password. It's the same password never. I used it for 9 months each time in order to allow the start of the laptop.
However, it is a couple of days since she decided that now that password is incorrect. After having tried and tried, I finally decided to put the HDD on another computer as external drive in order to continue with my work... but here it is the panic: none of the computers I've tried is actually able to read the data on the disk!
After spending a certain time frozen in panic, I returned to myself and start to ask around to figure out the problem. Someone said that the wrong BIOS password has something to do with the fact that I can not read my disk outside this laptop: you know, it's a kind of average security.
However, the only thing he cares about me is that at the same time, I can't use my laptop and I can't use my data outside of my laptop.
So, my questions are:
(1) this model of laptop has this kind of password BIOS-protection also affecting my drive?
(2) the BIOS password reset will solve the problem?
(3) how to reset the BIOS password anyway?
(4) how to recover my data on this hard drive of reading?
Waiting for any comment.
Thank you very much!
BIOS password is very important security feature and we can not debate on this subject on a public forum, especially the Forum of Toshiba. Following your logic all stolen but with notebook BIOS password can be unlocked.
Can someone help me in resetting the Bios on my Elitebook 8470P password?
Product number is B2F97EC #ABA
Operating system is Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.
I got the file smc.bin Support HP to reset the password on my Elitebook 8470 P today.
After that, I just copied the file on a bootable USB and booted the laptop by keeping Windows Key + up / arrow dn, then press F10, select reset password.
It worked like a champ, I think your laptop should still be under warranty for this service, also level 1 services will not be much help, you will need to ask the file and request that they raise the service call.
Hope this helps others in the future.
I can't seem in need of bios, reset password
Please see the info on this post which should solve your dilemma.
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