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HP 6730B bios admin password problem

By TeTraNiX
Aug 14, 2009
  1. Hi, everyone
    I have an serious problem, ive buy an hp 6730B on ebay but when i want to upgrade the bios, my computer wants an administrator password for the flash.
    The seller told me he have maybe do an error of typing, beacause his password don't work.
    this computer is an compaq 6730B
    S/n : CNU8466GNS
    P/n : GB987ET#ABF
    Service tag : C6730bUP8400W5X16GIBNNF20Qa

    Thank you
     
  2. desigabri

    desigabri TS Rookie

    hi,
    I asked for the same problem in this forum but my threat was deleted with the suggestion to read the Forum FAQs.
    I read them but I didn't find why they did it. So I want repeat the question adding it to the yours one:

    HP CompaQ nx9005
    hash code [ 15656]
    I need the system password

    I wrote and I just wrote again at the hp forum about it whitout any help, and the hp chat doesn't start because of a bag (I'm not the only one having this problem).

    I read all messages of the reference topic about the same problem (as suggested) but I didn't find my needs.
    I think I will have to ask about it a lot of time. Hope to find someone who can help me.
    thanks
     
  3. TeTraNiX

    TeTraNiX TS Rookie Topic Starter

    hi desigabri, thanks for reply
    But i can't help you.
    i've read the HP / Dell / etc. laptop password help thread and i didn't found information for your problem.
     
  4. desigabri

    desigabri TS Rookie

    sure? it seems to the same problem...weren't you speaking about system password?
     
  5. TeTraNiX

    TeTraNiX TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Yes it looks like the same problem this is just the name : system/admin password who is different.
     
  6. TeTraNiX

    TeTraNiX TS Rookie Topic Starter

    there is no one who know any solution
     
  7. Julio Franco

    Julio Franco TechSpot Editor Posts: 7,059   +646

    Please read:

    HP / Dell / etc. laptop password help thread
    http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic109612.html

    It's probably how you got here in the first place and if you read carefully you will see the fine print:

    We no longer support any further discussion on this topic as we believe all the free help that could be given is already out there. You can always go back to your system manufacturer for support, as well as google for the dozens of third party paid support providers that are available online.

    So please use this guide for help but do not post any further threads on the matter, they will be deleted.
     
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