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MHeil
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Power on password

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P7-1510
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Does anyone have a bypass for the Power on passwod for this PC,

Thanks

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Vidya
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Please refer the following weblink that has steps to remove the BIOS password:

http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-p7-Desktop-PC-series/5330777/model/5331427/document/...

 

You have to look at the clear CMOS diagram and the clear password diagram together, as it were.

 

The left side (pins 2, 4, & 6) is the CMOS side, and you leave that jumper alone (leave it on pins 4 & 6).

 

You want to move the jumper pictured on the right side of the diagram to clear the password.

 

You remove it from pins 5 & 3, and place it on pins 1 & 3.

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Hello MHei,

 

Try the steps from this document, if the problem is not resolved you can contact HP support.

  https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05336115  (Link Updated 4/25/2017)

 

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Please refer the following weblink that has steps to remove the BIOS password:

http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-p7-Desktop-PC-series/5330777/model/5331427/document/...

 

You have to look at the clear CMOS diagram and the clear password diagram together, as it were.

 

The left side (pins 2, 4, & 6) is the CMOS side, and you leave that jumper alone (leave it on pins 4 & 6).

 

You want to move the jumper pictured on the right side of the diagram to clear the password.

 

You remove it from pins 5 & 3, and place it on pins 1 & 3.

I am an HP employee.

Regards,
Vidya

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MHeil
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Worked great!!! Thanks

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