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Hi, when booting my computer it asks for a BIOS admin password even though I definitely did not set one. After three attempts (I've tried "admin", "password", and "bios") it says "SYSTEM DISABLED" with a code of [i 58975904]. Is there any way to get past this or reset it so that there's no BIOS password anymore?

 

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Reboot and enter  65528741

 

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4d. No posts shall include instructions or directions intended to bypass or subvert security measures, including passwords, locking mechanisms, fingerprint scans, etc., or to bypass any safety measures.

 

Therefore, this topic is being locked. If you would like help resetting the password on your product, please Contact HP support in your region. 

 

 

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