The intermittent bios password problems

I have a HP Pavilion DV9000 Notebook/entertainment (GL885UA #ABL) and intermittently rejects the startup password. There is a USB keyboard and a mouse attached separately. The BIOS is displayed as HP F.3D, 22/11/2007. Processor is AMD Turion 64 X 2.

It is immaterial that the password is typed on the computer keyboard, or USB keyboard, it gets rejected most of the time and goes to the 'locked system' then I have to turn power off, then try again. Usually, it accepts the password on the second or third try.

It doesn't show other symptoms of low battery of the BIOS, such that waste the time and date and forget about the hard drive or other hardware.

Thanks for any help

Jigger

What you describe is a map of the system to his last breath.

I have a HP mini 1000, which did the same thing for me, two days after an attempted installed Kali Linux. My mini is also about six or seven years. He asks a BIOS admin password. He never had a password for BIOS installed! It is now a brick.

I recommend that you start looking for a laptop replacement.

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