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KRISH7
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REMOVE POWER ON PASSWORD or ADMIN PASSWORD AND LOGIN PASSWORD ALSO

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HI

UNFORTUNATELY I WAS SET BIOS PASSWORD AFTER FORGET PASSWORD

 SYSTEM DISABLED CODE: 50905088

 

I DONT WANT ANOTHER POWER ON PASSWORD OR ADMIN PASSWORD JUST REMOVE THE PASSWORD 

 

AND LOG IN PASSWORD ALSO I FORGETTED 

PLEASE ANY POSSIBILITY TO RESET LOG IN PASSWORD ALSO

 

 

REGARDS 

KRISHNA

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visruth
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Try: 45663008


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If i try thi code after system ask new code or remove all codes

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Use the unlock code to enter.

Then leave power on and any other current password columns blank, save and exit.

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OK THANKS

 

AND HOW TO RESET LOG IN PASSOWRD WITHOUT ANY TOOL FOR WINDOWS 10 OS

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visruth
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Please use small letters.

Using caps means you are shouting.

We cannot help with Windows login password issues. Sorry.

All I could suggest is too do a System recovery by tapping f11 key as soon as you power on laptop, to enter recovery console.

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