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mylaptopbroke
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HP G72 notebook BIOS Password Reset -- How to?

I have an HP G72 Notebook that I had bought from an aquaintance, and the admin password is needed to adjust settings in the bios (I want to denable fn key feature so that I can just hit my F keys and have them, well, be F keys.) Anywho, I don't have the admin password that's needed, and I was wondering if someone would be oh, so kind as to inform as to how to reset it with removing the CMOS battery as a last resort.

 

The error code reading out when type in the wrong password three times is 98979817.

 

Any help would be my appreciated!

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DavidPK
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Hi,

 

Try entering:        27651239

 

Regards,

 

DP-K

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I have the same problem "system disabled" code is 50837923.......not sure if its for BIOS access

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CherylG
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@Scrap_85 

 

Try >> 45795305


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Hi have the same issue my code is 74698729.

 

Please Help me, Thanks

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DavidPK
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Hi R2ro,

 

Try entering:   61790309

 

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"system disabled" code is 50814562 - model g72-B66US please help
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CherylG
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@stretched619 

 

Try >> 45772564


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I want remove power on password and system BIOS password in my hp g72 notebook

 

please help me ...

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Shamo.

 

When asked for the password just hit enter 3 times.

 

Post the halt code.

 

REO

 

 

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