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Password error system disabled 71675070

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Don't remember my password and I system disabled it with the code number 71675070please help
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Hi,

 

Enter  64753076

 

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Once I did that I changed the password but now shows disabled code # 54703511
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Hi,

 

For that halt, enter  41661537

 

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Now I need my user password
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Hi,

 

There is a general policy on the Forum not to provide methods to bypass Windows log-on passwords, however a local computer shop would be able to do this for you.

 

Another option, if all your personal data etc is backed-up, would be to reset the notebook to its 'Factory Condition' and then set it up from the beginning – if you don’t have your Recovery Media, the notebook will have shipped with a Recovery Partition which can be accessed at boot - ie shutdown the notebook, then start tapping away at f11 as soon as you power on.

 

A full guide on this can be found on the following link.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00006110#!&AbT1%3Fjumpid=hpr_r1002_usen_link1

 

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