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DhirajDSR
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I forget my BIOS password of my HP laptop. I visited service center and they remove CMOS battery but also password was not break then they told me to replace motherboard for resetting BIOS password for which i have to pay money. But main fact is that my laptop is in warranty period but also they demand money for motherboard. Their senior executive told me that HP Limited Warranty does not apply and does not extend to any HP Hardware Product that has been damaged or rendered defective as a result of accident, misuse, liquid spills, abuse, contamination, improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, or other external causes. As my laptop is in working condition.

So in my opinion for software related issues company want to change my hardware that must not be chargeable. So anyone have idea to break my bios password if yes then please reply. Please share your experience that changing motherboard be chargeable under warranty conditions????
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@DhirajDSR

 

At the password screen, hit enter 3 times and you should receive a 'halt code' - post back with this code.

 

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code is dipslay as [i 59493697]

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Reboot and enter  64202038

 

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Dear sir,
I am very much thankful to you. If you don't mind can you tell me how did you got this secret code. After putting this code my bios password was cracked. Once again I am very very much thankful to you. Have a good day Sir.
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Hi,

 

You're welcome - it's just an interest of mine coupled with having too much time on my hands :generic:

 

All the best,

 

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Hope you can help me too with this problem. If so my code is 84082688

Thank you in advance

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I dont know if anyone can help me, Ive called HP 5 or 6 times and get excuse but bios system disabled cant be unlocked, Ive removed CMOS battery 100 times followed guides as per HP. I have a  model HP 15-ax210nr Laptop,  System Disabled code [i 58746528] I"d be grateful if I could unlock.

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Please can you help me unlock this system disabled code [i 55355040]. I have tried but it still does work
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Sorry It doesn't work
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