ok, then it is the BIOS password, not the windows password.
This is extremely hard to remove due to the computers age Kevin.
Dell themselves have a tool to generate a code to unlock this, but you can only get this by contacting Dell direct, and to be honest, due to the age of the Laptop, they are not going to do this anymore for this model.
Even removing the CMOS battery for this model will not help.
The only way you will get rid of it is to replace the mainboard. This is where the password XXXXX XXXXX
The cheapest is from Ebay on my link below
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I could not find a dissemble video for this exact model, but this video demonstrates it on the 1150 which is very similarClick Me To view
Sorry, but as BIOS password XXXXX no interface to hack these (unlike windows passwords) this is going to be the only way to remove it.
If you would like any additional information or assistance, please do not hesitate to let me know.