|How much this thread has gone off key. He already got a hold of authorities and they are along the lines (in response) of the rest of what would happen in court. |
Can anyone prove 100% that she did it? If not, this is a waste of time and possibly his money, and guess what.. no pictures!! At this point, all you can do is grasp at straws, and shoot in the dark hoping to hit target. None of us know what the actual model of the laptop is, so who knows what options are truly available. Possible solutions to start:
1. CALL the manufacturer. Who knows, maybe the laptop was registered by someone else or you and you dont remember. You NEVER know what they can do to help you.
2. While on the phone with ASUS (assuming its ASUS) see if there is ANY 3rd part software out there that they can recommend to remove the software or clear the password.
3. Reset the CMOS to try and get into the BIOS, normally doesn't happen but worth a shot here. Also may be able to get into the BIOS with a master password, just depends on your BIOS.
4. If there is a password on the drive, you wont be able to access the data on another workstations. But for 30 bucks vs loss of memories, I think its worth a shot.
Please supply the exact make/model of the laptop & BIOS (if possible), that way we can figure out what BIOS it is. Thanks.