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Laptop HP Probook 6465b bios reset needed, but have unknown bios password.

HP Probook 6465b
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello! I have problem with my laptop bios password which i dont know. I have installed windows 7 pro on other pc hdd and now generally want to boot it on this laptop and i get this error boot device not found. I think its because of boot sequence which i would like to change in bios.  I have tried:

 

Tried to remove cmos battery for longer time and then put it back together. Few other things which did not help. Maybe there is somewhere bios jumper on this motherboard which i could not find. Anyway i need to get in bios somehow. Can someone help me to do that please? In attachment bios password screen. THANK YOU!16810401_852111398264301_1689224775_o.jpg

 

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Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

 

If I understand what you are saying, you are trying to boot this laptop from a driver from another PC.


That will not work -- as the Windows version from the other PC has radically different settings and drivers, and will not work in your laptop.

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