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Thank you for your reply and I am so sorry to hear this! Can you let me know at which stage it requests the password ***** you? Is it directly after pressing the power button or for the Windows login?
I am sorry to hear that, this one is rather difficult, most often impossible to remove, I will forward you to our other experts here that might be a better fit for such a case, since I am specialized for Windows login passwords only. I wish you best of luck and send regards,
So what you're saying is that, as soon as you see the BIOS screen, there's a password?
Regardless if the laptop has a BIOS password ***** not, you can take the hard drive out of the laptop, put it in an USB external caddy, and backup the contents to another computer.
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Then tell me if the password ***** ***** BIOS or on Windows.
If it's on Windows, it's a lot easier to bypass; we can use a password ***** tool to get rid of it.If it's on BIOS, you're going to need to dismantle the laptop, take out the CMOS battery for about 5 minutes, and then put it back in to see if the password *****
Hey. Check this out. Here's a way to potentially reset the password ***** dismantling it.Look at Option 3. I can guide you through it.Link here: http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-BIOS-Password