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HP / Dell / etc. Laptop password help thread (Jan-Mar 2008)

By Julio Franco
Jan 21, 2008
  1. incredibles

    incredibles TS Rookie

    hello this is my first time and i did not know where i put my thread. after i put this first time here then i read "HP/Dell/etc laptop password help thread" and it said put any password related thread only there. so i put it there again. sorry for making frown.
     
  2. alidabiri

    alidabiri TS Rookie Posts: 441

    lamo,
    t60 has alternate connection points right after you lift the palm rest and keyboard. cheers.
     
  3. alidabiri

    alidabiri TS Rookie Posts: 441

    anyone with help reading the security (password) chip of any model, i repeat, any model laptop, please contact me: email removed
     
  4. alidabiri

    alidabiri TS Rookie Posts: 441

    lamo,
    i know chip locations and/or alternate connection points for any ibm laptop.
    cheers.
     
  5. nightangel

    nightangel TS Rookie

    I think I found the chip still unsure of doing it. The chip says-
    ATMEL 344
    24C04N
    it has 8 legs and has "UPW1" printed on the MB it self. Is this the right chip? Which legs do I short? I was hoping to get a passcode instead of doing it this way.
    Dell Latitude D505
    service-28XB641-595B


    I have searched for days looking for my model but there is very little I can find.
     
  6. Obi

    Obi TS Enthusiast

    yes, you found the right one
     
  7. nightangel

    nightangel TS Rookie

    Which legs do I short?
     
  8. roland_xp_80

    roland_xp_80 TS Rookie

    D810 Need Help Master Password..

    Hi anyone, I bought a Second Hand Dell D810 and really needs a master password. When I bought it it has no problem and in working condition, I'm trying to clean all installation and install Windows Vista. I can't change the boot sequence. Please let me know the master password. Email :

    email removed

    Service Tag : DKFSZ1J
    System Number : DKFSZ1J-595B
     
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