Hi, Have an issue with an IBM thinkpad T60 HDD. Its one of those that is password protected at BIOS level however I HAVE the password. The laptop unfortunately is damaged. I have connected the HDD to another pc via a usb caddy. The PC recognises the USB HDD in device manager and says it is working normally. However due to the password on the disk, it does not display the drive in either explorer or the disk management tool. Its as the password on the disk renders the disk invisible to windows, which may well be the case. So what i need is a method of typeing in my HDD password at windows level or any other way on an alternate PC so that i can access the drive. Im sure this is possible as ive seen it done a long time ago but cannot remember how - anyone out there had the same issue. Pulling a few hairs out here. Cheers.