• 4 29th, 2014
  • Posted by admin

FORD Serial Number Location?

Remove stereo from car.
On the right hand side of the unit, locate the serial number label. This is normally red and white, and includes a barcode.
Note down the serial number beginning with C,L, M or 7 digits only.

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  • 2 13th, 2014
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Removing Bios Hardware Password and Boot Block on Acer Aspire 1360

Sometimes laptops while still on factory settings have a default password that protects the BIOS and at times even the booting of the machine itself.

If ever in this situation you can send the hardware in one of the maintenance labs , and they will very nicely sort it out for you. The problem is that this costs 75-100 euros + time.

The protection actually is created by a hardware switch ( otherwise they could just tell you the pass right ).

Not too long ago i had to do something of than nature with and acer Aspire 1360.
Took a few pics in the process too , to document it better.

Step 1: On the left and on the right hand side of the laptop we have to remove two little plastic covers

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which underneath , hide a screw each.

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Step 2: Unscrew both of them.

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Step 3: Push the LCD back. The Middle panel ( power button, wifi, etc ) needs to be carefully lifted on both sides.

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Step 4: the keyboard is next. For this you have to be even more careful

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Step 5: Now , underneath the keyboard we find the switches we were looking for.

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Step 6: You will find 4 horizontal switches. The 1st one says ‘Password Check’ and the 2nd one is for the Boot Block.


  • 6 27th, 2013
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  • 7 9th, 2012
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How to Reset a BIOS Password

On Windows computers, the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is updatable computer firmware designed to initialize the computer during start prior to handing control to the operating system. Due to the sensitive nature of the system settings controlled by the BIOS, a password can be set by either the computer manufacturer or the end-user. Some of the most common BIOS producers include AMI, AWARD, IBM, and Phoenix with many manufacturers making their own changes to the firmware prior to selling a computer on the open market. The common methods to reset BIOS password include: Generating a BIOS password using a hash code, entering a backdoor BIOS password, reset the BIOS password using software, reset the BIOS password using hardware, and resetting the BIOS password with vendor specific solutions.

How Does the BIOS Work?

The computer BIOS is the first programming code executed by a Windows computer when the machine is rebooted or turned on. The computer firmware conducts a power-on self-test of the system which is responsible for identifying system hardware and initializing components such as the CPU, hard drive(s), RAM, video card, mouse, and keyboard. Once the initialization task is complete, the BIOS checks the boot devices in order of configured preference (traditional default setting is the computer’s hard drive). The boot loader software is executed by the BIOS once located, and control of the computer is then passed to the operating system. Functionality that can be changed by the end-user through the BIOS user interface (UI) include setting the system clock, enabling or disabling system hardware, configuring hardware, enabling or setting passwords, and choosing the order of boot devices.

Although the BIOS was originally stored on a ROM (read only memory) chip on the computer’s motherboard, today’s computers will store the firmware in flash memory or EEPROM chips that can be updated after the computer has been sold. Once Intel started producing chips for use on non-Windows OS’s such as Mac OS X and Linux, a successor to the legacy BIOS system was required and is called the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI). Although EFI provides a number of improvements over the traditional BIOS, it has not yet gained market dominance on computers running the Windows operating system.

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Is There a BIOS on Mac OS X?

Prior to the production of Mac computers using x86 or Intel chips during the later portion of the 2000’s and their use of EFI, OpenFirmware was the BIOS equivalent on all Macintosh computers. OpenFirmware provides similar functionality on a Mac as the BIOS and EFI do on other computing systems. It conducts tasks such as locating attached or installed hardware and uses environment variables to direct the boot process for the Mac. To access the interface for OpenFirm, press the power button on the mac for about 10 seconds. While pressing the power button, simultaneously depress the “CMD,” “OPT,” “O,” and “F” keys once you hear an audible “chime.” Once you are done with the required modifications in OpenFirmware, exit the interface by typing “bye”, “boot”, or “mac-boot” (depends on the version of Mac computer you are using) followed by pressing the “return” key.

How to Rest a BIOS Password By Using a Hash Code

A lot of the major computer manufacturers use a master password generated from a hash code to reset the master BIOS password. This hash code is normally calculated from a unique equipment identifier such as the Serial Number, Service Tag, System ID, or Express Service Code. On many brands of computer, the identifying code will be displayed after the BIOS password has been entered incorrectly three times in a row. On other brands, it may be printed on the computer. On some HP models of computer, the hash code will only display if the “F2” or “F12” keyboard function key is press prior to entering the incorrect password a third time.
A free service provided by Tech FAQ (other websites will charge you) is our BIOS password generation tool. The tool is designed to make a BIOS password that will work on many computer brands to include: Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu-Siemens, HP, Samsung, and Sony models. The tool has also worked for many white-label PC’s running Phoenix or Insyde BIOS. Tech-FAQ.com recommends end users that desire to reset the BIOS password for their respective computer try the hashcode generator before paying another company money to conduct the same task. Many times, third party companies will simply charge individuals upwards of $40 USD to obtain the same information provided for free here:

 


  • 4 13th, 2012
  • Posted by admin

Remove BIOS Password for Dell Mini

Remove BIOS Password for Dell Mini
(support Bios Password, not Harddisk password)

Very simple, you enter 03 times random password, then your screen will be show the message System Disabled with HashCode XXXXX:

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Then let’s me know this HashCode and you will receive password for unlock your Dell Mini.

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  • 4 13th, 2012
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Remove BIOS Password for Dell 2A7B/D35B/A95B/595B

You will get the Master Password that will remove both Admin/System Password.
- Also HardDisk unlocking.
- You don’t need any additional tool.

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or XXXXXXX-A95B or XXXXXXX-595B
- HardDisk Lock the Service Tag (11 chars): XXXXXXXXXXX-2A7B or XXXXXXXXXXX-D35B
or XXXXXXXXXXX-A95B or XXXXXXXXXXX-595B

With Dell Mini (Dell netbook, works only BIOS password) : Try enter 03 times wrong password, then your screen will display message [System Disabled] with Hashcode [XXXXX] , tell me this HashCode XXXXX

DELL LATITUDE: D420, D430, D520, D531, D620, D630, D630c, D631, D820, D830, D400, D410, D500, D505, D510, D600, D610, D800, D810, 100L, 110L, 120L
DELL INSPIRON: 1545,1501, 1520, 1521, 1525, 1720, 1721, 6400, 9400,  1000, 1100, 1150, 1300, B130, 1420, 1440, 2200, 500m, 600m, 630m, 640m, E1505, E1405, E1705, X300, 9100, 9200, 9300, 9400, E1705, B12, B130, 1300
DELL XPS: M1210, M1330, M1710, M1730, M2010, M140, M170, Gen 2
DELL PRECISION: M90, M70, M65, M6300, M60, M50, M4300, M40, M2300, M20
DELL VOSTRO: 1000,1015, 1200, 1310, 1400, 1500, 1510, 1700, 1710, 2510

Support DELL 2A7B Series: E4200, E4300, E5400, E5500, E6400, E6500, M2400, M4400, M6400, Dell Latitude XT2 Tablet

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  • 4 13th, 2012
  • Posted by admin

Unlock password bios Asus

Remove Password for All Asus model !

If you see this message on boot:
Enter Password:

We can help you remove this password, right now !
Very easy, you provide me System-Date on your Asus Laptop.
So, I need exactly System-Date information on your Asus Laptop to generate password.

You will get the password to unlock your laptop.
You will get a full access to your laptop and to all BIOS settings
You will be able to setup a new BIOS password anytime.

Note: Year System-Date <2012

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  • 4 13th, 2012
  • Posted by admin

Unlock password bios Acer

If you see this screen on boot:

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We can help you right now !
You just enter 3 random passwords one by one and see if you get a similar [System Disabled] message.

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Let’s me know the 5-digit error code and Model Name
You will get the password to unlock your laptop.
You will get a full access to your laptop and to all BIOS settings
You will be able to setup a new BIOS password anytime.
If the password doesn’t works, you will get 100% your money back !

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  • 4 13th, 2012
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Remove BIOS Password for HP/Compaq InsydeH20

HP/Compaq InsydeH20 Bios Password Service with 8 digit HashCode.
Support model: Compaq CQ40, Compaq CQ45, HP DV3, HP DV4,DV5….

We can help you remove this password.
You just entering 03 times wrong password, then your screen will show 8 digit code number (view below image):

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Let’s me know your 8 digit code and Model Name.

If my password doesn’t work, I will refund your money 100%.
Thank you for your interest !

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  • 4 13th, 2012
  • Posted by admin

Unlock Bios Password for HP/Compaq

If you see this screen on boot:

Enter-Password

We can help you right now !
You just enter 3 random passwords one by one and see if you get a similar [System Disabled] message.

SystemDisabled

Let’s me know the 5-digit error code and Model Name
You will get the password to unlock your laptop.
You will get a full access to your laptop and to all BIOS settings.
You will be able to setup a new BIOS password anytime.
If the password doesn’t works, you will get 100% your money back !

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