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Latitude bios service tag ending with 595B

By javastring
Aug 1, 2005
  1. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    the password is "smellyalater" without quotes. this information is available in other threads or search function!
     
  2. leemadda

    leemadda TS Rookie

    tht didnt work either i burned to disk put disk in laptop and still comes up the same
     
  3. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    wait, what exactly are you trying to do? the password I gave you is to unrar the file and access the iso. what the cd does is different. with the dst-cd you can change or delete the service tag, thats it. for dell latitude and inspiron models this procedure will also remove the bios configuration password which locks all bios settings and makes it unable to change the boot order for example.
    the cd will not let you clear the system password or hdd password which you need to pass the gray/white authentication screen!
     
  4. simlock

    simlock TS Rookie

    hi i have found contact that can remove password on dell laptops including d620 i had 2 done yesterday in a couple of mins you have to pay for this service if admin is ok with it i can post link or if not contact me
     
  5. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    its not allowed to post paid services in this forums!
    I think we all know alot of guys who do this for money and there is alot more out there in ebay and behind some other websites...

    be happy with what you have now. those who want to use what you've found will surely contact you.
     
  6. lamo

    lamo TS Rookie Posts: 570

    to all who looking for a free method of password removal on all dell laptops without eeprom - wait for a 2-3 years, and i think someone give you the generator for free.
     
  7. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    thats right for as long nobody shares knowledge and has eyes for money only...

    btw does anyone know how the dell e-series will have the passwords "stored"?
     
  8. simlock

    simlock TS Rookie

    correct me if im wrong but it sounds like double standards you cant offer paid services but you will give free password when good and ready to people who might have stolen laptops, ok no probs its just an offer to people who cant wait forever thats all no hidden aganda i do mobile phone unlocking for a living this guy who does it also is apart of the unlocking org and he now offeres this service he is trustable i would not post her otherwise he also offers it on ebay which i admit is dodgy im just being realistic
     
  9. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    you're right but thats policy here, no paid offers.
    and from my point of view it doesn't matter to sell passwords or give them out for free to somebody who might have stolen a laptop. you could also say to not sell gas to anybody because he might have stolen the car...
    personally I think that not more than 1% of the requests here are for laptops that have been stolen. I mean this is like putting an add in the newspaper asking for keys for a stolen car. there are people here that work for dell and they could check the service tags and post a stolen one.

    well, nevertheless for me its more about the technology that I'd like to understand and maybe use for something else.
    to be honest I'd also like to have a password generator because we have more than 8000 dell computers in our company and I take care of around 2300. the problem is that dell europe charges $20 per master password. that multiplies....

    hope this clarifies
     
  10. usefool

    usefool TS Rookie

    Hello!

    Like many others i've got password issue... i mean the one to change BIOS settings. i've messed up a bit in my dell, and i have to fix it, but i need that password. i tried ways mentioned here, but they didn't work out for me

    i'd be gratefull for a ready-made solution (the password)
    for dell latitude CSx and tag #614230J-595B

    thanks in advance !
     
  11. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

     
  12. usefool

    usefool TS Rookie

    hello again...

    Thanks for advice, but it didn't work.I fight to load sysrem for 2 days now... I'm desperate ! I'm floppy bootable only, with no system, so i need to change boot order. I think, now only the master password would help me.
    i may be wrong
    still open for other solutions, but i'd prefere just to change the boot order.

    dell latitude CSx #614230J-595B

    thanks in advance
     
  13. lamo

    lamo TS Rookie Posts: 570

    mscrx, just think, how much will be costs the development of this generator.
    and, when you think about this, you'll see, that it will costs about 5-6 k$. and then, think, why me, after paying this money, have to share this generator for free? i'll lost money.
     
  14. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    usefool, if you use the dst floppy it should work. if you already did, what 'error' do you get?

    lamo, I am not sure about cost because I believe in open source. of course the open source guys have their ways of earning money as well but if you can get some enthusiastic folks with some more knowledge than me together, it can work.
    btw I was asking you a couple of times how you read the pw from the dump. if you don't want to tell me, than please say so otherwise I will ask again and again :D no offence! I really admire guys like you and I would like to have their knowledge...
     
  15. usefool

    usefool TS Rookie

    lamo:
    these few dollars are not a problem (as an amount of money) but i don't have a credit card, and i'm not from US. i understand your frustration, but you have to understand my situation aswell. i don't want to steal it from you.


    mscrx:
    the dst floppy i found is password protected, and i think not free, and as you can read above i just cant pay for it.
    looking forward for new suggestions...
     
  16. usefool

    usefool TS Rookie

    lamo:
    * i've read your post again and noticed "k" just before $... sorry, in my reply i didn't ment few dollars like this... don't feel offended.
     
  17. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    read more carefully! password = smellyalater
    I posted that and it has been posted alot in the forums...

    btw I know that you can open a "one time boot menu" by pressing f12 during the dell post screen. not sure if this is available for your model, but have a look. if so you can choose which device you want to boot from.

    anyway, good luck with the floppy disk
     
  18. usefool

    usefool TS Rookie

    indeed... i should. great thanks for help, from me and my lady - she couldn't watch me sitting on the floor wondering what to do ;-)

    so... THANK YOU !
     
  19. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    you're welcome. have fun with the laptop!
     
  20. lamo

    lamo TS Rookie Posts: 570

    mscrx, i'll chewing it for you :)
    you'll need. locked dell D600, programmator(smthng like ponyprog), hot air soldering equipment. unsolder the eeprom, and read the dump using the programmer. read it into *.bin format. post this file here, i'll tell you the password. when you'll do this, i'll tell you how to read the password from the eeprom dump.
    usefool, i talk about the price of development, not about the price of single password removal.
     
  21. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

    lamo, thanks for your reply!

    ok, what do you mean by programmator? an external device or something? I already tried this ponyprog tool and it was like chinese to me (even though I like the chinese culture :D). from what I understood I do need to pull out the little 8-legged and connect it to the programmator and read out data from there with ponyprog or something else. why can't I use ponyprog and read out directly from the board? sorry for me bothering
     
  22. bay59958595

    bay59958595 TS Rookie

    I've got a Latitude D505, that gives me the grey screen with password authentication request and service tag: "#43R331J-595B. Pls can anyone help me with a Master password? I hear a guy called Rustam on this forum can do it but i can cant find him.

    My Cousin shipped the system for me some six months ago and i havent been able to use it. he got it from an auction
     
  23. mscrx

    mscrx TS Rookie Posts: 829

  24. 4rumaster

    4rumaster TS Rookie

    I got a Dell Latitude D620 from internet and need your help with the password, here the numbers:

    Service Tag: D2Z6RB1-595B

    Express Service Code : 28478204605

    Many Thanks
     
  25. lamo

    lamo TS Rookie Posts: 570

    mscrx, read this link: http://www.lancos.com/prog.html

    you can't read the dump with laptop, because, when you see the gray screen there's no i2c activity. so, make the programmer, it quite simple. or buy the made-one, it costs about 50-100 USD.
     
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