Safeguard easy need to get rid of it.

November 12, 2011 at 21:04:36
Specs: Windows Vista
i lost the password to it and it wont let me do annythig reboot nothing. i have that problem too the thing i am trying the thing i am trying to get past is called Utimaco Safeguard Easy V4.30.0... will removing the battery for the CMOS work for that too?

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#1
November 12, 2011 at 22:01:13
Is this a work laptop??? That is data protection software, usually installed by company's and people who wish to protect their data in case the laptop is stolen. If this is a work computer you should have your IT dept do this. If this is your own computer how did this software suddenly become installed and lock you out? You could call the manufacturer if you have proof of ownership, they may be able to help. but otherwise I don't think you'll find much help here because we cannot tell an honest person who is locked out from a stolen laptop on this forum...sorry.

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#2
November 12, 2011 at 22:07:10
here is the link to sophos, pretty expensive...how did it get on there?

https://shop.utimaco.com/products/

they make Safeguard easy.


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#3
November 12, 2011 at 22:36:41
@ really ibought this laptop latitude e6400 of amazon and no one told me about a safeguard easy thimg. i look on the internet for a solution and couldnt find and you want to accuse me of stealing

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#4
November 13, 2011 at 06:42:36
No, that is not correct......no one is accusing you of stealing, I said we cannot tell legitimate owner's from one's stolen. I have no way of proving you own the laptop.....everyone who comes here swears on a stack of bibles to be the owner....but since we don't know, we don't usually provide password cracking type help. But no one is accusing you of anything. Believe me, we feel bad when people are in these situations. can it be returned, or can you contact the seller to see if he knows the password.

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#5
November 13, 2011 at 09:33:15
If you just bought this....I would contact pay pal or whoever and see if it's possible to stop the transaction........as I said, I would be contacting the person who sold this to you on Amazon, report them if needed and see if this can be undone through Amazon and the pay co. I find it difficult to swallow that the person who sold this to you did not even turn it on to test if it worked...or they would have run into the same issue, or perhaps they did...decided they didn't want to try to get around it and sold it on-line to someone who was just interested in purchasing a good laptop at a reasonable price. Not everyone is honest as much as we like to think no evil.

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