bios password

Hewlett-packard Hp omnibook 4150
January 31, 2010 at 19:20:50
Specs: no hard drive
i buy several part and put together a hp
omnibook 4150 ... the laptop boot to bios but
ask me for password how i cant reset the
pass thanks

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#1
January 31, 2010 at 19:36:48
I have same question here some of my friend change my Bios password , now am feeling problem with it. if you have ant idea how i can retrieve and change the passowrd then please suggest me.

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#2
February 1, 2010 at 00:24:57
Both of your guys english is horrible.

Hope you guys didn't steal a laptop and now are trying to use it, but it has a password on it.

To reset your bios password follow the instructions that your motherboard has. Google up your motherboard and read the manual.
There are several ways to reset your bios/cmos.. Pulling the cmos battery for one and turning on your computer... Another one is some motherboards have a jumper switch to reset the cmos that way.
Some ( actually most) motherboards have default passwords to bypass the bios password. Though it takes quite a bit of research to find these.


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#3
February 1, 2010 at 01:41:51
"both of your guys english is horrible"

My english is bad too, but atleast u understand the message. what if i tell u can't speak or write my language but i can write & speak yours and u can understand it.


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#4
February 1, 2010 at 05:26:59
uselessmitch

"Some ( actually most) motherboards have default passwords to bypass the bios password. Though it takes quite a bit of research to find these".

Care to give some examples of modern laptop models?

The password function is there as a data protection and a theft deterrent. If it were easy to get around then it would be ineffective. Therefore it isn't easy to get around.

To both the posters at the top. If you are the legal owners of the laptops then contact the manufacturer of the unit for help. If not, then don't come here for help.


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#5
February 1, 2010 at 06:12:03
This board has always welcomed people from any country, background, race, religion and language. (and age)

That's what makes it one of the top boards on the internet.

Laptops require calling in to the manufacturer or shorting out the eprom.


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