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Power on password - system disabled

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I am locked out of my PC with and administrator/power on password. 

 

I tried putting in what I thought the password could be, but now have a message telling me the system is disabled. It is giving me the code "i 68262529"

 

Where do I go from here?

 

Thanks in advance

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Welcome to the HP Support Community @thaumat

 

Reboot and enter   55833966

 

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Welcome to the HP Support Community @thaumat

 

Reboot and enter   55833966

 

REO

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You're a life saver. Thank you so much.

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Product: HP 250 G5

 

Need Help

My laptop is asking for a BIOS password on bootup. I now have a message telling me the system is disabled. It is giving me the code "i 63557288".

 

Im helpless please how can i remove the lock by code.

 

The error message is:

System Disabled

[ i 63557288 ]

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