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HP / Dell / etc. laptop password help thread

By Julio Franco
Aug 1, 2008
  1. Bernie67

    Bernie67 TS Rookie

    Hash Code 02501

    I have a problem with Omnibook Xe3. The Hash Code is 02501. I can't access the bios as the PW was changed and forgotten by one of my daughters. After 3 attempts it closes down and is now locked up. The laptop was given to me by my ex and I have no contact with him, will HP let me register and get it from them? Any ideas as we have no clue of what to do!

    Thank you for being here x
     
  2. hpgl

    hpgl TS Rookie Posts: 111

    hash code [02501] password: 1125418

     
  3. Bernie67

    Bernie67 TS Rookie

    Genius!

    Thankyou so much! What a star x
     
  4. francomilone

    francomilone TS Rookie

    hp Omnibook 6100

    Plz my pasword my lapto

    hp Omnibook 6100 eb bios version eb.m2.10

    Service ID : 12010
    Serial number : us20200022
    EMB upper : e303

    PLZ SEND MY PASSWORD BIOS :(..
     
  5. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Hi everyone. I've checked all over the board but cant find any reference to Dell Inspiron 6000. Though I tried the Paperclip Method and now I get "Invalid System Configuration. Please Enter Setup." I cant boot from a cd-rom (dst-iso) nor use F2/F12. Please advice.
     
  6. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

  7. Obi

    Obi TS Enthusiast Posts: 200

    the Inspiron 6000 procedure, is a little special ;-)

    [​IMG]
     
  8. randy.andrade

    randy.andrade TS Rookie

    Dell Latitude D630

    I know I asked for the BIOS system password from this D630 (46TD1G1-595B :D ) I'm working on, however I forgot to add, that if anyone can provide me with the location of the chip to short, I am MORE than willing to use the paperclip method, but after spending 1 1/2 hours with a magnifying glass, I was unable to find the chip to short.
     
  9. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Thank you Obi.

    I am preparing to perform the surgery on the machine, but just so that I dont mi(e)ss anything, could you please number the pins for me.

    Again Thank You.
     
  10. LIANGNGU

    LIANGNGU TS Rookie

    PLEASE HELP anyone? I am desprate for this laptop, Dell Latitude d620 which has a grey screen of death and I need a system password to get through so that I can use the DST boot disk to erase the service tag. For some reason the bootup screen deos not show F2 for set up or F12 for boot menu.

    Service tag: #GS8VK1S-595B
    Exp. service code: 36536479552

    Many thanks in advance
     
  11. flp

    flp TS Rookie

    Hi all,
    Please can anyone tell or send me some picture with location of eeprom on dell latitude c600.
    Thanks,
     
     
  12. Obi

    Obi TS Enthusiast Posts: 200

    just pin 8, please read again description above

    The Chip is on the bottom side of motherboard, under the PCMCIA card slots.
    Short circuit the 24C02 (pin 3&6) chip during booting.

    Many questions will be answered in pdf file of Fastback68
    http://www.download.centre4service.com/software1.html
     
  13. zeobo

    zeobo TS Rookie

    I also have a dell latitude D620 that will not boot past the gray screen. I have tried the dstcd but it will not boot to a cd or usb stick. any help much appreciated. Service tag is 51wbs91-595b. I am waiting on dell to finish the transfer of ownership but would really appreciate any help thanks
     
  14. yummi

    yummi TS Rookie

    Dell 6400 E1505

    What is the exact story with the Dell 6400 E1505? I read that the paper clip method can be done, but then i also read there is no EEPRom? What is actually going on, is there an EEProm, if so where is it? and if there is no EEprom how do i clear the service tag? it is the grey screen boot order is locked and it is a 595B. I need to make sure i have all the 411 before i open this thing and up with extra parts.
     
  15. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Great Obi. Your method works very well. But now i have to search through the forum for the harddisk password.

    I will post any positive/negative results soon.
     
  16. tumatxa

    tumatxa TS Rookie

    hp omnibook x3 bios pass

    I will truly appreciate bios pass for an hp laptop who belonged to our father.
    HP Omnibook xe3 gf serial number TW21300550
    Hash code: 13718
    thanks and regards.
     
  17. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

  18. xenos911

    xenos911 TS Rookie

    I am going to an auction tomorrow and am looking at buying a HP NC8230, when i booted it up it had a bios password, can you remove that by moving bios reset jumpers or taking out battery

    also, is the boot-up password reset if a different hard drive is put in?

    thanks so much!
     
  19. LIANGNGU

    LIANGNGU TS Rookie

    Hi again
    Common guys, what about me? I tried everything and still stuck with the system password screen. Please Help. All I want is to be able to boot my cd so that I can use DST bootdisk to get rid the service tag. Many thanks in advance.

    Service tag: #GS8VK1S-595B
    Exp. service code: 36536479552
     
  20. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Please help me, somebody.

    After shorting the 24C02 as instructed by Obi, I was able to access the bios setup and change the boot sequence to start with cd-rom so that I could run dst-cd. The first problem I came across was the hdd password, but I jacked out the hdd and was on the way to full recovery when I decided to first re-assemble the laptop.

    I disconnected everything and then started re-assembling, testing for boot/power functionality after every major component is connected. E.g. after connecting the palm rest, I inserted the power cord and pressed the power button. If the laptop booted to 'no bootable media present', i turn it off, pull out the power cord and connect something else.

    This went on smoothly, upto when I connected the keyboard. Everything stopped working. When I pressed the power button, the numerous lights just blinked once then off except the hdd and power-on lights.

    I have tried repeating the process several times but to no avail.

    Am almost going mad. Please any suggestions or have I blown the mobo.
     
  21. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Not exactly for this thread!

    Remove all power (Adaptor and the big main battery)
    Hold down the ON switch for 30 secs (dispersing all internal voltage)
    Let go of the ON switch
    Put the power adaptor back in (only)
    Turn on

    Did it work?
    If yes, turn off and re-insert the battery, and then continue to search for the HDD password !!
     
  22. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Hey Obi, what name do you call the "little special" procedure ";-)" performed on the Inspiron 6000.
     
  23. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    It is still called the shorting method
    How did the above go?
     
  24. Kijana

    Kijana TS Rookie Posts: 60

    Apology

    I apologise for the misplacement of the thread kimsland, thanks, I will try and then post the results.

    Thank You very much.
     
  25. -K-

    -K- TS Rookie

    Bios password removal for Inspiron B130

    Hello, I hope to get some help here I have tried everything from calling Dell to checking every forum I have found so here we go again I have a customer with a Dell Inspiron B130 I refuse to remove or even short the EEPROM chip on the motherboard is there any other way to get around this password? I have tried every backdoor password and in every possible configuration there is and cannot get past this! Please if you have any suggestions I would appreciate it.

    Thanks Kristina.
     
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