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fayazshaikh
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BIOS password recovery

i use hp pavilion dv4 1502-tu laptop! I had accidentally set up a bios password and now i am unable to start my laptop as i've forgotten it!
The code or key it shows is 97395591.
Please help me out and tell a simple procedure to start my laptop!
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Ryan_K
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BIOS Passwords are crucial and very strong security feature. I strongly recommend you to take it to near local HP Support Center.

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maestrorod
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please click this topic as solved as i gave him a new password and all is well

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parham17
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BIOS password recovery

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hi

country is : united arab emirates

my laptop model is : HP G62-b31EE

Serial number : {Removed for privacy}

Product number : XX165EA#ABV

i buy my laptop several months.

i have warrenty. please look this link: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/weResults

i forget superior password bios my laptop, but i know second password bios for boot.

i performance flash to HP Notebook System BIOS Update (Intel Processors)
2011-03-11 , Version:F.47 , but password do not clear after restart.

how can i find or clear superior password bios?

tanks.

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JohnMiah
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S/n: 5CD[Personal Information Removed]

P/n: C5R78EA

 

Hi i have a HP Pavilion Ultrabook 14-b006sa and it's asking for a "Administrator Password or Power on Password". I have no idea what it is, I have a strong feeling my brother has been playing around with the laptop but he's denying all accusation. 

 

Please help, some instructions how I can reset it would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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