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What is the power on password go hp p2-1334

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Please tell me how to get past the Power on password for Heward Packard model P 2–1334
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@Cpin81

 

When asked for the password just hit enter 3 times.

 

Post any code you receive.

 

REO

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He gave me the symbol of a key each time I hit enter I remember this did this before and I had to remove the 3 V battery inside on the board unplug some wire turn it off turn it back on and put the battery back in does that sound familiar at all
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ANYONE??????????!
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Hi, @Cpin81 :

 

You have to move a jumper on the motherboard to clear the BIOS P/W.

 

See the link below, last section...Jumper Settings>Clearing the Password Settings info.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-p2-Desktop-PC-series/5295976/model/5296932/document/c03347191...

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@Cpin81

 

You can also try the CMOS/Password Jumpers.

 

HP p2-1300 Desktop PC series - Motherboard - Cork2 - Motherboard Viewer

 

https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=5295976&MEID=E935708D-DA7E-4087-8729-617E5B610BCC

 

HP p2-1300 Desktop PC series - Motherboard - Redwood - Motherboard Viewer

 

https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=5295976&MEID=D00986DD-7287-4E46-9887-6CE66DC08C90

 

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