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    On PCs, 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 PC 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 Dallas Semiconductor DS1687-3 Real Time Clock. This IC stores BIOS setup information, including the BIOS password.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-PC hardware such as Macintoshes, 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 PC’s.

    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:

    BIOS Password Generator Tool

    Enter the checksum/hash (without any braces) you see on the screen or printed on your PC into the textbox below and click Generate.

    Finding the Backdoor BIOS Password

    In addition to creating a BIOS password from a hash code, a number of BIOS manufacturers also implement an explicit backdoor password. This password will work regardless of the presence of a manually set BIOS password. The primary purpose of a manufacturer’s backdoor BIOS password is for maintenance and testing evolutions. These passwords are changed periodically by the respective company and success will vary across brand and age of computer.
    The reported BIOS backdoor passwords to date include:

    ManufacturerBIOS Password
    AMIA.M.I., AAAMMMIII, AMI?SW , AMI_SW, BIOS, CONDO, HEWITT RAND, LKWPETER, MI, Odor, and PASSWORD.
    Award BIOS,01322222, 589589, 589721, 595595, 598598 , ALFAROME, ALLY, ALLy, aLLY, aLLy, aPAf, award, AWARD PW, AWARD SW, AWARD?SW, AWARD_PW, AWARD_SW, AWKWARD, awkward, BIOSTAR, CONCAT, CONDO, Condo, condo, d8on, djonet, HLT, J256, J262, j262, j322, j332, J64, KDD, LKWPETER, Lkwpeter, PINT, pint, SER, SKY_FOX, SYXZ, syxz, TTPTHA, ZAAAADA, ZAAADA, ZBAAACA, and ZJAAADC.
    Russian Award BIOS%øåñòü ïpîáåëîâ%, %äåâÿòü ïpîáåëîâ
    Phoenix BIOSBIOS, CMOS, phoenix, and PHOENIX.
    VOBIS & IBMmerlin
    DellDell
    BiostarBiostar
    CompaqCompaq
    Enoxxo11nE
    Epoxcentral
    FreetechPosterie
    IWilliwill
    Jetwayspooml
    Packard Bellbell9
    QDIQDI
    SiemensSKY_FOX
    SOYOSY_MB
    TMCBIGO
    ToshibaToshiba

    How to Reset the BIOS Password Using Software

    A popular option for end users to reset the BIOS/CMOS password is to use third party software.

    CmosPWD  is a free application that can be used to retrieve and decrypt the BIOS password. It also provides backup, restoral, and erasing capabilities. The program is proven to work with the following BIOS types:

    • ACER/IBM BIOS
    • AMI BIOS
    • AMI WinBIOS 2.5
    • Award 4.5x/4.6x/6.0
    • Compaq (1992)
    • Compaq (New version)
    • IBM (PS/2, Activa, Thinkpad)
    • Packard Bell
    • Phoenix 1.00.09.AC0 (1994), a486 1.03, 1.04, 1.10 A03, 4.05 rev 1.02.943, 4.06 rev 1.13.1107
    • Phoenix 4 release 6 (User)
    • Gateway Solo – Phoenix 4.0 release 6
    • Toshiba
    • Zenith AMI

     

    How to Reset the BIOS Password By Removing the CMOS Battery

    One of the most common methods to reset the BIOS password is to remove or discharge the battery on the computer’s motherboard. If the power to the battery is lost or drained, the BIOS configuration will be reset to the factory state with no password. System settings made to the BIOS will also be lost.
    Step 1 – Turn off the computer and ensure it has no external power (ie unplug the power cable. If it has a battery, remove it).
    Step 2 – Open the computer’s case or box.
    Step 3 – Locate the computer’s motherboard and look for the white silver button battery on the motherboard.
    Step 4 – If the battery is not soldered to the motherboard, remove it carefully and wait for approximately 30 seconds.
    Step 5 – Put the computer case back together and boot the computer.
    Step 6 – If the “CMOS Checksum Error-Defaults Loaded” error message is displayed, the BIOS password has been reset.
    In the event the CMOS battery is soldered to the computer’s motherboard, you will want to seek a different method to reset the BIOS password on the computer.

    Steps to Reset the BIOS Password Using Hardware

    If the CMOS battery is soldered to the computer’s motherboard, some brands will have a jumper located on the board that can be used to reset or clear the BIOS password. The location of the jumper on the motherboard will be contained in the motherboard documentation. If you can not find documentation on which jumper will reset the BIOS password, some users will guestimate on which jumper is the appropriate by choosing the one closest to the battery for reset. Another option is to short the points of the battery connection pins to the motherboard (when there is no power being applied to the computer).

    Steps to Reset the BIOS Password Using the Real Time Clock

    If attempts at resetting the CMOS battery through removal or by jumper fail, another method is to reset the Real Time Clock (RTC) Integrated Circuit (IC) on the computer’s motherboard. This method will work if the RTC requires an external battery. To reset, simply remove the RTC from the motherboard socket with no power available to the computer and reseat. The RTCs reported to require external batteries include:

    • Dallas Semiconductor DS12885S
    • TI benchmarq bq3258S
    • Motorola MC146818AP
    • Hitachi HD146818AP
    • Samsung KS82C6818A

    If the RTC contains an integrated battery, it can typically be reset by shorting two of the pins for several seconds after power has been removed from the system.

    How to Reset the BIOS Password Using Vendor Specific Solutions

    Resetting a Dell BIOS Password
    For information on how to recover a Dell BIOS password, please refer to How do I reset Dell BIOS password?
    Resetting an IBM ThinkPad BIOS Password
    For information on how to recover an IBM Thinkpad BIOS password, please refer to How do I reset an IBM ThinkPad BIOS password?
    Resetting an IBM Aptiva BIOS Password
    Some IBM Aptivas can bypass the startup BIOS password if both mouse buttons are pressed repeatedly while booting the system.
    Resetting an Acer BIOS Password
    For information on how to recover an Acer BIOS password, please refer to How do I reset an Acer BIOS password?

    How to Turn Off the BIOS Password

    Once end-users obtain the master BIOS password for the target computer, a common task to accomplish is making the computer stop asking for the password when restarted or rebooted.
    Step 1 – Restart your computer.
    Step 2 – Press the BIOS access key during computer restart (F2 on many models, Tech-FAQ listing of common BIOS access keys).
    Step 3 – Use the keyboard arrow keys to locate the security tab in the BIOS setup.
    Step 4 – Locate the submenu that lists menu items similar to:
    Supervisor password is: set
    User password is: set
    Step 5 – Use the keyboard arrow key to navigate to the available options and press the first password setting.
    Step 6 – Enter the current BIOS password in the subsequently displayed menu prompt. Some BIOS types will ask for the password to be entered twice.
    Step 7 – Change the password setting to blank, not set, etc.
    Step 8 – Repeat steps 5-7 for the subsequent password options that indicate they are “set.”
    Step 9 – Navigate to the BIOS “exit” menu option and choose the “save changes” menu option.
    Step 10 – Continue to exit from the BIOS setup and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

    Please use the password generator tool above before asking for password in the comments.
    • greenzone_560

       
      Hey, idk about your toshiba laptop, but i have a Toshiba Satellite a665 s6070 i7 core…
       
      anyhow, i forgot my pssword too…i looked around the intenet and couldnt find anything, prolly due to it being new.
       
      so the way i reset it is:
       
      1.take out the laptop battery
       
      2. unscrew the lid off the prossesors thing…
       
      3. take out both of the proccessors(or however many you have)
       
      4. there will be a sticker under it, peel it off.
       
      5. on the left hand side there should be two open connections, and by them it should say cmos
       
      6.just take a small wire or a clip or something and connect them.
       
      7.viola! youre done…put everything back together and youre done.
       
      8.just start up the computer and press F2 and there is no pssword :)
       
      -hope this helps at least someone, reply if helped
       

    • Insyde Man

      Have no Fear!
      No more opening the Case or Laptop !!!
      If you start your PC or Laptop and you are faced with the dreaded “Password” dialog after you pressed the F2 button.

      The Acer company or any other PC company is in the Business of making money.But they know how to fix the Bios Password Issue too.
      And I will show you how it is done.
      The Acer Boys use a DOS Software called “Bios Password Cleaner”
      It’s on a bootdisk that also has a HDD Lockout Password Generator on it.
      all you need to remove the Password is the Software.
      The name is “clnpwd.exe”
      How do you get it you ask?

      Here is what you do,and it’s so easy!

      I encourage you to do this:
      1. Google it
      2. look for a file called “clnpwd.zip”
      3.If you can’t find it here is the link: hxxp://www.mediafire.com/?6g4v2q2yvo173q9
      4. download it and unzip the file.
      5. You find more Dos files in it that you can use if you want to make a Floppy Boot disk,
      but most PC’s don’t have a Floppy Drive anymore ,so you will need a Dos 7.1 Bootdisk.
      It is a MS-DOS 7.10 LiveCD / BootCD for BIOS Flashing
      Here is a link to the Dos 7.1 Bootdisk iso file: hxxp://depositfiles.com/files/5000144
      Download the Password protected file and extract it with Password “123”

      1. Use an ISO image editor to open the ISO file (I use UltraISO).
      2. Place all your DOS File “clnpwd.exe into the FLASH folder. You may want to delete the folder’s contents first.
      3. Burn ISO image to disc.
      4. Boot directly to disc.
      5. Select option 1 to launch MS-DOS.
      6. When “A:\>” appears, type “C:”.
      7. When “C:\>” appears, type “cd FLASH\”
      8. When “C:\FLASH\>” appears, type:”clnpwd.exe”
      9. Follow the on screen instructions to delete the Supervisor and or User Password by pressing 1 or 2.
      Now reboot your PC and when you press F2 the Password dialog will not appear.

      “A message given in Fear holds little Truth.”
      “A message given in Love leads you to the Answer.”

    • Dogbert

      Laptops are little bit more tricky: in most cases, there isn’t a reset jumper or a working default password. Still, most vendors have implemented bypass mechanisms which I reverse-engineered: http://dogber1.blogspot.com/2009/05/table-of-reverse-engineered-bios.html

    • Ron

      so Toshiba posts on their web site that commonly the computer will not start due to a password reset issue on the cmos. They state they will no longer repair this under warranty and charge 170.00 for the cmos reset password. Something is wrong with this. Nobody informed us of this issue before we spent our money even though they knew of it.  We appreciate all you have done to help us but short of some Toshiba tech recognizing that the company is acting in poor confidence therefor volunteering the password under the table, I think we have a new target for the kids to shoot at.
      I will never again support Toshiba.
      yours in disgust
      Ron

      • Adam

        Hi Ron,

        I’m a broke college student experiencing the same difficulties with toshiba. My laptop is a huge part of my life since so much of our class work needs to be done through the Internet. If you could please help me that would be amazing! My e-mail address is Adam.condon@wallawalla.edu. I attend Walla Walla University in Washington state

        Thank you for your consideration,
        Adam Condon

    • Patrick Peacock

      This worked for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCPdsF0HjkY. Laptop was pre loaded with Vista  and bios was password protected. I followed directions on my link and it worked like a charm. Then once booted up nothing but a black screen with a blinking cursor at top left. I then tried to use recovery cd’s to restore but would quit responding on disc one. I then used XP Pro to wipe drive and loaded new partition with XP Pro. My next step then was to use the Vista recovery cd’s again and this time it.   worked. I’m thinking made some registry problems and wiping then putting XP pro fixed and allowed for a clean recovery from cd. Hope this may help someone :)   BTW my laptop was not same model as his in video but was lucky enough to have same setup from which i believe would be the case with most models.

      • Limonta

        fujitsu lifebook v1020, i forget autenticated user passw on bios, please help me, I try to remove cell batery, but still the bios phoenix trustedcore user authenticated prompt.

        Tks and help me!!!!!

    • jessey cerrillo

      I have a toshiba satellite A305 and I ‘ve seen that many people have the same problem that I have….bios password activated by error, I send it to repair to the geek squad guys…”they should be called the reapers squad guys….they are charging me 335,73….hehhehe what a joke they are… ” to remove it , or better say erase it…anyways that things its that they said that they need to change the mother board……hehehhehe . those guys are a joke….I rather put the lop top in the garbage…..bye toshiba ….you just loose another customer…..toshiba lop tops are good but you ….toshiba tech guys and Geek squad are a joke……shame on you…

    • adam richardson

      hi i have managed to sort the problem today, i did get an error code just saying system disabled.
      for future reference if anyone else has the same problem all i had to do is reset the cmos battery by placing a screwdriver tip over the two conacts labelled rct rest by the memory module and hey presto..
      thanks for your help as i only managed it by reading a few pointers on here

    • Demetrius

      I don’t know if this will help anyone, but I had to reimage my Gateway M- Seris laptop. It now has a BIOS password. Tried all the forum backdoor passwords to no avail. Finally, I just started entering random default passwords. It has a PhoenixBios.
      1234 worked for me. Hope it can help someone else.

    • George

      BIOS/RTC. If you have a non-resettable RTC try putting the IC (NOT THE WHOLE PC!) in the freezer for 12hrs. This works with Texas Instruments RTCs but shoul;d work with any with an internal battery. The cold causes the battery to supply insufficient current to maintain the settings. Allow the IC to warm up naturally before re-installing

    • nicoletta

      hi, my laptop is
      hp probook 6560b
      4CZ1360VXS

    • hassani

      TOSHIBA SATELLITE A100-301 MODEL NO.PSAA(E-0PR043N5
      SERIAL NO.Z6123562Q

      Hello please respond to the request if it all started with

    • david

      please i need help i got 2 laptop from **** with bios password i cant loggin
      first – hp elitebook 8440p s/n: CZC0236KGY p/n: VQ669E#ABD tag : 3y/3y/0y
      second – hp elitebook 8440p s/n: CZC0242RKQ p/n: VQ669EA#ABD tag : 3y/3y/0y
      Tanks in advance

      • Will.Spencer

        David:

        The first is e0e17fgshi and the second is e0e17v7bs5.

    • Jason

      Hi my kid was messing around with my Sony Vaio PCG-71912L laptop and accidently put a bios password on it and he can’t remember what he used, if I try it 3 times I get a code like this K786-V3RT-97HJ-8TH3
      Can someone help me on this Thanks.

      • Jason

        I just noticed I changed after I restarted now it says
        Key: 2rj6-d9h6-xvh3-v8xp I will leave it on until I hear form you. Thanks

    • Wazzy Clef

      I’am in need of hardware instructions for clearing bios for Dell inspiron 1000 laptop with service Tag No:7TK0251.

      Thanks for your help.

      • Will.Spencer

        Wazzy:

        Try these:

        gx1s31q1
        4xdsqmrj
        441DTLWwmfGi41N7

        • Wazzy Clef

          Thanks a lot Will.

    • Ese

      Hi,

      Please can i have the BIOS password for a EN TM87 Packard bell laptop, the SNID number is 03722479816
      and the serial no is lxbnl0200103736e1e1601.

      Thanks in advance

    • Lotfi

      Hi ALL

      thank you for helpme to find the password for this machine
      HP 8440P
      serial: CZC0365Y85
      Product :W954AV

      THX in advance

      Lotfi

      • Will.Spencer

        Lotfi:

        Try e0e1fgqiuq.

    • facebook_jorge.leggis

      hola, mi laptop es
      HP Compaq nc6400
      s/n: CND7171GCD
      P/N: RX975EC#ABA

      • Ajay Khule

        Hi,
        You can use “BIOS Password Generator Tool” present above in the article.

    • http://www.facebook.com/nathan.oliver.79 nathanoliver

      Wow, thank you! Have a laptop that I am working on and someone locked down bios with password and disabled any other boot options. Seems any other method mentioned by Manufacturer didn’t want to work either as I believe the laptop has had a bad virus!. Acer Extensa 5620. Generator worked like a charm though!

    • Allison

      Hi, I have a Toshiba Qosmio laptop and it’s always worked fine till recently, instead of starting up it goes straight to a screen that says ENTER PASSWORD: ______ … when pressing F2 during the initial startup it takes me to a similar page though it says “Phoenix SecureCore(tm) Startup Utility ENTER PASSWORD: _____ …” I’ve come to understand it’s asking of a BIOS password, but I have no way of disabling bios, and any password I’ve tried has failed me. Three failed attempts and the computer kicks me and shuts off. I’ve tried looking around the web for a few weeks now trying to figure it out, calling tech support etc and well nothing has worked. This is probably the most reliable page I’ve come too yet, but I’m still quite stuck. If there’s any way you can help please message me, I will be very grateful. — allisonbarbas@yahoo.com. Thanks!

      • Daniel Memetic

        Have you tried the BIOS Password Generator Tool on the page below (box with a white background)? Instructions on how to use it are there too.

      • farney4rump

        contact toshiba tell them you have an inherited fault. tell them they have a bios problem with your laptop.. they repaired mine as a goodwill gesture.. my laptop was 5 years old.. reason being by law you have 6 year gaurantee but have to prove after a year the fault is inherited at point of purchase. toshiba have a list on their web site with all models involved.. my model wasnt listed but they honoured the fault free at not cost.

    • robotnik

      I just tried the “loopback” thing on my old Toshiba Satellite laptop (whose BIOS password I have no clue about…). I was very septical at first but I gave it a try,…. It worked!

    • ivanpedrero

      I just want to say a big “thank you very much!!!”
      The “BIOS Password Generator Tool” saved my life.
      It works perfectly in a packrd bell easy note NJ31!!!!
      Thanks Again.

    • Tony Smyth

      I’m a little confused. Using the generator above with different codes supplied by my Samsung N150 it keeps coming back with what I believe the BIOS password to be but each time it fails. If the code appears to confirm the password is correct are there any other suggestions? Thank you. As yet I have unable to satisfactorily short the RTC pins

      • Will.Spencer

        With the Samsung N150, you have have to remove the CMOS battery from the motherboard and wait for a few minutes before replacing it.

    • Robert Davidson

      Well, I have a Toshiba Satellite L755D-S5204 with insyde h2 bios. When I turn on the computer I tried pressing F2 or F12 to get to bios or the boot manager and instead I’m presented with a black background and a blue box that says ‘Enter Password’

      After 3 attempts, it says ‘Verify error!! System is shutting down.’

      Then it turns off. No hash codes or any error messages.Would greatly appreciate if anyone has a clue on how to fix this or go about fixing this so I can use my laptop again. Thank you!

    • mehul

      ples help me my compaq420 bios passawad unlock ples.., help me

    • lancelight

      I used the password hash generator to reset the bios password on a gateway p 7805u fx. I entered the bios pw incorrectly 3 times in order to bring up the hash (for me it was a 5 digit number), entered it into the hash generator here and used the “Phoenix generic” pw that was generated on the next reboot. It worked awesome, thanx much :D

    • sheikh aakib

      hii…
      my laptop acer aspire 3620 is bios paasword protected…..how to i remove bios password ….plzzz help me..
      thanks in advance

    • tony

      i have the acer aspire 5920g need to get in to boot from dic but when i go to setup needs password 3 times comes up with 06895 can you halp

    • Wazzy Clef

      How can I locate sony vaio VGN-NS230E laptop bios chip and how to disassemble the bios chip to remove bios boot password. Any advice will also help. Thanks for your help.

    • Andrey

      Hi, i need a bios password for my HP EliteBook 2760p.

      Please Help

    • Anon Ymous

      The hashcode generator worked PERFECT on the Samsung SF410

      Entered in wrong password 3 times

      It displayed the hashcode

      BIGGITY BAM!

      YOU GUYS ARE MY HEROES!

    • Alex

      Hi,
      Please can i have the BIOS password to HP Elitebook 8440p s/n:CND0240X6V, p/n: SJ780UC#ABA

      Thanks!

    • Robert

      You guys are the greatest! Thanks so much for helping me get into my client’s Bios. now maybe i can fix this computer for her.. I hate to be the one telling that i cannot help and thanks to you guys i don’t have to.

    • Jules

      Hi,
      Please can you help with the BIOS password for HP Elitebook 8470p s/n:CZC2481XV8, p/n: B2F95EC#ABA

      Thanks!

    • Big Papa

      THE hashcode gen worked for my hp pavilion dv4000 it was the generic phenox that worked thanks guys :))

    • Alfred Onaghise

      I have a samsung NP300V5A notebook and I’ve tried three different passwords without luck. At the third attempt, a message is displayed -“system is disabled”.
      Below this message the following code is displayed: 2789C0600380315CD2
      Please I’ll appreciate any help from you to enable me resolve this problem. Thanks

    • timosthenes

      Excellent work! I had never tried to fix someones box that had phoenix on it…usually I pop in hirens and im done…Thank you so much!

    • tofclaire

      Hello,
      I’ve tried your password generator tool but the result not work..It’s for a dell m20 : the screen ask password for #DCXNL1J-595B
      Thanks a lot for your help

    • L. A. Cole

      I have an Acer Aspire 7741Z using a Phoenix SecureCore Setup Utility.

      I used your BIOS Password Generator Tool and it worked on the first attempt upon entering the checksum/hash number.

      Thank you.

    • Tonic

      Hello, execuse my english,
      I need reset password to my HP Compaq nx9005
      s/n: C NF34423BZ
      p/n: DJ260A#AKB
      Service tag: Cnx9005UA180X430WC N25H

      Keys “F2″ “F12″ cannot display Hash Code
      I tried find jumper on mainboard to reset, I tried remove battery for 20days
      Can you help me?
      Thanks

      • Tonic

        Another specification:

        Phoenix BIOS 4.0 Release 6.0
        HP Notebook PC BIOS Version KAM1.49
        BIOS version KT3R T3B71 T3A

    • Rockstar

      Hi…MAN is my laptop driving me CRAZY !!! I’ve got a BIOS password I can’t break !! I’ve been scrolling, clicking and threading myself to a state of delirium!! Please help me..I have sought out such programs w/ no results..Here is my laptops info..

      Samsung NP-SF510-BA68-05408A
      Service Tag..( I think ) BA68-06297A 11
      S/N….CNBA5902849ABIH409C2419

      I don’t see anything else..Please see what you can do..234tgf@gmail.com

    • Rockstar

      OMG !!! It worked !!! I didn’t see option to try it here earlier..just was grazing around not doin much…and there it was..so I typed in my info and…. FAG !!! My password was “FAG”
      Unfaggin believable !!! Thanx dude !!

    • Donald Weston

      I have been MONTHS trying to remember (and try) what the pass was for the Phoenix BIOS on a Gateway MX6447. I have been frustrated to death. And I stumbled on your hashcode generator. Worked immediately. GFL!!! A thousand thanks, guys!! And I WAS almost prepared to pay $35 to some company on the net to do the same 10-second task for me. I REALLY appreciate your help.

      • DanielMemetic

        Awesome! You’re welcome!

    • Jadin

      S/n: 78293728W
      I can’t seem to find anything else that you can enter.

    • Ibrahim Younis

      plz a lost my bios password for Samsang 900X3C

      serial number is HWU591GCA00015B

      and the message is 1A0219AD21B99C6000

      i have tried the password generator tool but nothing happend

    • http://www.facebook.com/per.person.5458 Per Person

      hello. can somebody please help me? been searching google for 4 days now….

      im about to give up:(

      i have
      a laptop. it is a hp probook 6360b, witch i can`t bootcd or usb from,
      and need a pw to get in bios to change boot settings. i have removed the
      small battery under the keyboard but still the same. after typing 3
      passwords i get an on screen keybord and have tried pressing f2 and f12,
      but no hash code or nothing. i have tried to change both hard drive and
      ram but no change. and so, please! please somebody help me!?

      Bigupp all the way from Norway!!! if someone can help me with this problem:)

      Here is all the information i can find on the system info:

      notebook model: hp probook 6360b

      product number: wy546av#abn

      serial number: 2ce12400j4

      universal unique identifier: 814e740bf594e011b40148c259000047

      asset tag: (blank)

      warranty start date: 00/00/0000

      system configuration id: A0001D02

      system board id: 1621

      system board CT: PCCJK1B2H0T24O

      bios revision: 68SCE Ver. F.03

      bios date: 04/27/2011

      keyboard controller revision: 97.40

      Processor type: intel(r) Core(tm) i3-2310m cpu

      MicroCode Revision: 14

    • squidbillier

      first try worked.. thank you so much. very helpful for laptops and you don’t want to take it a part. thanks you very much

    • marshall

      hi I have dell latitude E6420 and tag is 52hjgs1 and i need hard drive password, hope you can help.
      thanks a bunch if you can

    • another toshiba guy

      i also have a toshiba satellite (l300) and i have the same problem: there’s no hash code or message, it also shuts down after 3 attempts. it seems like some 50 people who passe by this site have or had the smae problem, as anyone any clue of what might solve it?

    • another toshiba guy

      since it was removed, ill repeat my previous message: as everyone else with a toshiba, i have this problem: i can’t find the hash codes or error message i need. the laptop just shuts down, similar to what Robert Davidson decribed. It would help if – instead of deleting a message from someone who needs help (years of work in that thing) – you, what’s the word, helped. is it spam to note that toshiba users still have no clue of how to handle the mess? Please, help me (and others like me) if you can

      ps: the user name is “another toshiba guy” because i thought many of the unsolved problems exposed here were from people with toshibas, am i wrong? is is spam to have such a name? i don’t know the etiquette in these things. forgive me if it is spam or in any if it anoys anyone. I just want to be able to enter my old pc again

      • DanielMemetic

        Comment wasn’t removed. It’s still below. Perhaps there’s a Service Number on the back of the laptop you could check?

        We aren’t official tech support. We provide hopefully useful and helpful content, and try to help with questions in the comments. We also read comments for feedback to improve our articles. Perhaps it would be a good idea to contact Toshiba or their representative about this issue?

        • GONEIL

          There is a combination of key strokes necessary to display a challenge code on a Toshiba,have done it before but can’t remember.I found the info via Google ie get/find challenge code etc…

          • WillSpencer

            Apparently it’s [ESCAPE] and then [F1] on some Toshiba’s and [CONTROL][TAB][CONTROL][ENTER] on others.

    • Skyjaxxx

      Hello! I have an Acer 5320 with the password of bios that prevents me from reinstalling windows and makes the PC unusable. I entered the error code result after 3 entries in the dialog refused BIOS Password Generator Tool, and with the generated code I unlocked the bios on the first attempt. Now I’m installing Windows. A thousand times thank you!

    • Jim

      Dell Inspiron BIOS reset = Worked Like a Charm!!!! Thank you so much! After 3 months of tinkering I tried your BIOS reset and now I have a laptop that actually works

    • Scott Heffner

      Thank you sooo much! been working on this laptop for months and until i found your site i was lost. first password this page generated worked!!

    • sherrie Dove

      Hi, everyone I’m having a problem with my daughters inspiron1018 mini dell tag #241c4r1 she got it for the school program, where if your poor and get free lunches in school you get this laptop for $65.00. Daniel maybe you can help? it says to enter an HDD password.

      • WillSpencer

        Sherrie:

        Our password generator says to try these:

        if59hdat
        ey4v4ie9
        1cDdeDWEWMEQeaIL

    • Robtronic

      Dell Latitude E6420: CKCCFS1-1D3B

      Generator dosnt seem to work for this one.. Any got any guesses?

      • WillSpencer

        Have you tried just the first part of that number? It generates these passwords:

        kn1s1wiq
        z7q4vb7o
        yZzXJedHjR4C56a7

      • WillSpencer

        Robtronic:

        That’s an Express Service Code. The generator needs your Service Tag.

        I rewrote the text above to make this more clear.

    • tazpaul

      hello , I have tried the above generator but it wont do anything , just keeps showing what I typed in. #93v0ch1-595b. any help please thanks

      • WillSpencer

        tazpaul:

        It is showing me this: lotra658

    • GONEIL

      Hi,no action in the generator with Vaio VGN-CS36GJ challenge code DT2D-XKR7-J8TF-3R96 that I have entered.Help appreciated,thanks

      • WillSpencer

        I don’t think that the generator will work with news Toshiba’s.

        You’ll likely have to call Toshiba tech support and give them the Challenge Code.

        What is the model number of your Toshiba?

      • Limonta

        i have fujitsu lifebook v1020, i forget autenticated user passw on bios, please help me, I try to remove cell batery, but still the bios phoenix trustedcore user authenticated prompt.

        • Limonta

          hellp me with that laptop, please!!!! my bios dont have failed code

        • H3llas

          What error does it say: System disabled… some number, which number?

          • Limonta

            not system disabled error display, only after 3 time write bad password, on screen display “User Authentication failed, The number of authentication retries has been exceeded,the System has been halted” and continuously beep active.
            Please help me, my friend

            • H3llas

              This is from your computer user manual:

              Remember your passwords! If you set and
              forget your User and Master hard disk
              passwords, Fujitsu Computer Systems will
              not be able to reset it. You may lose data
              and have to replace your system board or
              hard disk drive.

              Though it looks like some people found workaround
              http://www.bestlaptoprepair.com/productshow.asp?smallclassid=2&id=14740

              Bad thing is it is not free.

              I am clueless without having hand on your specific model.

            • Limonta

              H3llas my friend, here is all the specification of my laptop:
              Lifebook V Series
              Model: V 1020
              Product No: FPC03257AK
              Part No: CP352920
              Reg No: V 1020

              You are my latest hope, help me and Tks.

      • H3llas

        That is much newer laptop, Sony probably changed password algorithm. Did you tried contacting support?

    • joe

      i had a message that system protection failure how do i go about it?

      • WillSpencer

        What was the exact message? Where did it appear?

    • joe

      am loosing laptop toshiba statellite pro A120

      • WillSpencer

        Joe:

        What was the exact message? Where did it appear?

    • babak

      help me
      hdd password???
      laptop dell L502X
      EROOR PASS:08070
      S SERVIS TAGE:BF38YP1

      • WillSpencer

        Babak:

        Please try these passwords and let us know the results:

        3remobq1
        dlibh9sg
        2XSwQ6K3a2k2V74j

    • mike

      you`re a legend,you just saved me about 3hrs taking laptop apart to try cmos battery removal.thanks so much

    • Krishna

      Please help me..My model is Samsung RV410. when i enter hashcode in generate, it doesn’t show anything….

      • WillSpencer

        In that case, you’ll either have to contact Samsung for the code or open your PC to find the pins to short.

    • SALEH

      Hi, i need a bios password for my ASUS S400CA VIVO

      • WillSpencer

        Saleh:

        With your ASUS, it looks like you’ll have to open up the notebook and use the Clear CMOS jumper.

        Unfortunately, the at ASUS do NOT include instructions on how to do this in the User Manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/S400CA/E7598_eManual_S400CA.pdf

        So… you’ll either have to open up the device and look around or you’ll have to contact ASUS support.

    • AHM

      I forgot Bios password

      I need reset Password

      samsung NP355E4X-A02MY

      SN: HYA498FCAA53KPP

      System disabled 57C818894D68993000

      please Help

      ahm10000@gmail.com

      • WillSpencer

        Ahmed:

        Neither of those codes seems to be generating a password.

        Our generator worked with Samsung PC’s in the past. It *may be* that Samsung has changed their BIOS password algorithm.

        Unfortunately, Samsung did not publish a decent manual with this notebook. Here’s all we get: http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201303/20130314150729559/Dos_Manual_eng.pdf

        Because of this, the options are either to open the notebook and look for a RTC reset jumper or to call Samsung support.

    • Macius

      Please, generate a password Phoenix BIOS 1.04 for Laptop Active Book L55RI0 or L55R10

      After entering the password three times, an error pops block number:

      The Disabled
      [65534]

      Motherboard Model:
      HannStar J MV-4
      94V-0 0737

      • WillSpencer

        Macius:

        I’m not familiar with that model. You’ll have to figure out how to coax a hash code out of it. Then, you can put that hash code into the BIOS password generator above.

        Who is the manufacturer of that device?

        • Macius

          Active Book is a manufacturer and it comes from China has ARNO

          How to extract hash code?

          perhaps what is says on the label tailgate Laptop:

          63GL55015-20 CM-2

          SZSL55RI074400122 <—barcode

          • WillSpencer

            Neither of those are recognized by our BIOS password generator tool.

            You might be able to get a hash code by entering the wrong password three times.

            • Macius

              [65534]

            • WillSpencer

              That’s the error number, not the hash. :(

    • dennis

      help me generate a Bios password for Dell latitude D52
      service tag; HC9BG2J
      express service code; 377-465-444-11

      • WillSpencer

        Dennis:

        Did you try our BIOS Password Generator Tool above?

        It generated these BIOS passwords for you:

        08ycukr2
        iuoxgq1d
        lkt6O283VR4d58WD

    • Walisson Silveira

      Please help me! Password for Toshiba Satellite M115 – S3094 SYSTEM UNIT MODEL NO. PSM0U-015007
      SERIAL NO. Y6348914Q

      Thank you so much!

    • Flying Boy

      I need a bios code for Bios A14. and service tag F661BL1

      • WillSpencer

        Try these passwords generated from your Service Tag:

        8i0o6j4r
        hkr9ubpc
        2dCNoWmyN3322T7g

    • Mikeuccino

      Help Please! Password for Advent 7113. After 3 failed attempts at the password a message comes up saying “System Disabled [05071]”?

      • WillSpencer

        Probably you will have to open the case and short the CMOS chip.

        Advent supplies a user manual for the 7113 on the “Notebook Utility CD” that came with your system. Do you have that CD?

        Advent doesn’t seem to have a web site where you can download the manual, but since the Advent 7113 is just a rebranded Uniwill L5II you can download the manual here: http://www.uniwill.com/UserDownload/l51ii/l51ii.php

    • Emilio Cerón

      Excuse me. For unlock BIOS ‘One Time Password’ of Sony Vaio Model VPCZ110GL?

      • WillSpencer

        Emilio:

        What is the code that your Sony prints after you enter the password incorrectly three times?

        Put that code into our tool above and it will generate a working password for your Sony.

    • omar

      PLZ COD BIOS BELL latitude X1

      le cod is : #3KK8D2J-595B

      • WillSpencer

        Omar:

        Can you post a screenshot of your Service Tag?

        Your Service Tag should be a 7 digit number.

        If your Service Tag is ‘3KK8D2J’, try these passwords:

        pzy9xucc
        iz91qb08
        tYN52UGCbqgYaB1z

        Will

    • Matt

      I need to locate CMOS jumper for Toshiba A355-S6935 since the battery is soldered, I need to reset CMOS jumper. I’ve located the battery as in the immage below, but I don’t know where the jumper is.

      Thank you

      • WillSpencer

        Instead of searching for a jumper, I’d remove the battery to delete the BIOS settings.

        Read the article section “How to Reset the BIOS Password By Removing the CMOS Battery” for tips.

        • Matt

          Well, I didn’t want to unsoldered it. Anyway, thank you for your suggestion.

          • WillSpencer

            Ahh… from the picture I could not see that it was soldered on — it looked like it was held on just by a pressure clip.

            How about shorting the points of the battery connection pins to the motherboard (when there is no power being applied to the computer)?

            • Matt

              I did unsoldered the battery and solder it back… and also shorting the battery points, but didn’t work. Still my laptop is “dead”

            • WillSpencer

              What do you mean “dead”?

            • Matt

              Won’t power on.

            • WillSpencer

              I am confused. “Won’t power on” is not a symptom of a BIOS password problem.

            • Matt

              IT was working fine until I started to update BIOS and it took a long time. I left it on the table and when I came back it was off. Since then, it won’t turned on anymore.

            • WillSpencer

              The common slang for systems which crash during BIOS updates is “bricked”. It means the motherboard is now “functional as a brick”.

              I see a replacement motherboard on eBay for $68.95:

              http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Toshiba-Satellite-A350-A355-Intel-Motherboard-K000069530-KTKAA-LA-4571P-/390592312203

      • H3llas

        Try this: look for the B500 or XXX jumper, it should be somewhere around ram memory.
        Short one of those out for a couple of second… Those worked on old Toshibas.

        • Matt

          I will try this one as the last attempt to power on my laptop. Thank you for your suggestion.

          • H3llas

            Since you can’t power on your laptop, judging about comments bellow, I can say this will not work for sure. If your computer stuck while updating bios then you will need professional help to fix it.

    • Oinam

      My laptop is singtech i forgot bios password and hash code is F34D5973 , plz tell me the password

      • WillSpencer

        Oinam:

        Try 14415100.

    • H3llas

      Hmm. I think that one is tricky. You will need bios password unlock chip for it. Try searching on ebay, you can find those for 15-30$.

    • Paul

      Help me with my HP MINI code is CNU8471RX7

      • H3llas

        Did you tried one of these:
        e9luvx3b4x
        e9luvx3brx

    • bearklan

      I cant find hash code on the back of acer aspire one zg5 and when I enter password incorrectly 3 times, it just tells me: (system will halt!! press any key) Thanks in advance for any help.I will continue researching more..been this netbook for the past 2 years off and on. thank fully I am on work comp so now I have plenty of time.

    • Marko Zivkovic

      I have Fujitsu Siemens Amilo pa2510 .
      I was try to reset paword with jumpers and remove batery but nothing.
      Always says : pasword !
      Bios is Phoenix !
      I can`t go in Bios , and when skip bios , computer say again pasword ???
      I also tried many combinations of the codes I found on the internet but nothing.
      Any comment is welcome .

      p.s. copmuter informations:
      L53RI0
      P/N : 72G115266-70F
      SZXF3700-74603246
      5323FBC1
      00030D80CC52

      • H3llas

        Did you tried SKY_FOX password?

        Did you tried to short out jumpers when you turn on your notebook?

        • Marko Zivkovic

          HI H3llas,
          SKY_FOX not work :(
          Also i tried to short-on cmos jumer and start up laptop but same situation.
          When i start computer i got this screen (nr.1) .
          When i press setup i go to bios but need bios pasword : picture (nr.2)
          or when i go to resume i need other ( i dont know which) pasword..

          When i try 3-times wrong pasword i got message: System Disabled 65534 !

          I tried shortly to explain my problem ,thanks in advance for your patience.. :)

          • H3llas

            Does your Amilo has battery like in this video?
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSlvq2VMEgk

            • Marko Zivkovic

              Yes, i just tried this metod feww times .. but same situations , after i again got screen like picture nr.1 … all is same …
              I slowly lose my temper .

            • WillSpencer

              Marko:

              I’m confused. The picture you posted doesn’t show a BIOS password problem.

              It shows that your BIOS configuration has been lost. Press F2, confirm or configure your BIOS settings, and the message should disappear.

            • Marko Zivkovic

              When i press F2 ,i got picture nr.2 , where need bios password .
              i cant configure or confirm BIOS because always looking paswswod.
              When i press F1 i got picture nr.3 .

              very strange :(

            • JAVIER DOMINGUEZ

              Best Regards friend

              I congratulate you as excente work.

              and I think you could help me, I have a samsung latop MODEL NP300E4C-A08CO and I need the password to enter the setup.

              Code: 1F73DB8D69B5B4DE00

              thank you very much for helping me.

              blessings.

      • WillSpencer

        Marko:

        You could also try the password from our password generator: 69944425

        • Marko Zivkovic

          Hello Will
          Yes i tried this pawsord …. Nothing… after 3 times i got message System Disabled 65534 .
          Do you know something about master or power-up pasword , maybe is that problem ?

    • kayemi

      Hi i have a smsung n150 and the code is
      46A00F988952000000

      • H3llas

        On a Samsung n150 netbook you reset the bios by shorting out small contacts called RTC Reset while you turning on your computer. Computer will then restart.

        RTC is located on the right side of the RAM memory utors as you can see on the picture.

        Another easier way is to remove battery and wait some time

        • kayemi

          thank you it works

    • Johnny D

      hey will.. i hav a toshiba sttllte a300 dat sumon borrwd and returnd wid sum sort of passwrd!? i hav data on d laptop dat hasnt been backd up and dnt wana pull it apart or hav incorrct attempts cz i.dnt wana lose anythn frm hd. cant find hashcode, dnt knw biosdesigner, Toshiba dsnt work, need help. wud b forevr gratful…. Johnny.
      model no.: PSAG0A-02Y009
      serial no.: 58087713Q

    • Mikeyg11111

      Hey guys,
      Any help with my laptop, got a dell latitude e6430?
      Quite a new model and cant get past the pre windows boot up with the bios password

      • H3llas

        Do you get any numbers when it get stuck on false passwords tries? What is the serial number and model number?

        • mikeyg11111

          No, no numbers when the password is wrong, but i get three attempts then the system boots down.
          Mikeyg11111

          • Mikeyg11111

            The service tag is 3NXKRY1 but the message that comes up on the pre windows boot up is #3NXKRY-1D3B

            • WillSpencer

              Mikeyg11111:

              Have you tried the auto-generated passwords:

              8vmaa32l
              isa41tp2
              zTb3cxZ5j3zs8Qi8

    • Adis

      Hello
      I have problem bios password with gericom laptop
      after 3 times entering wrong pass massage is: system disable (11552)
      i try generator, removing cmos batery but nosthing
      bios is phoenix 2.07

      is there any chance for removing this pass

      • H3llas

        Which Gericom model do you have?

        • Adis

          supersonic force

          • H3llas

            This worked on another version of Gericom so maybe you can try it:

            Disconnect your notebook from power. Keep cmos battery.

            Remove the RAM cover, and on the underlying DIP switch (S3) put switch number 4 to ON for about a minute.

            • Adis

              this model dont have dip switches
              this is newer model with petium dual cpu T2050(i think)

            • H3llas

              Hmm there is in total 12 supersonic models. Other then contacting support on consumercareg@gericom.com I am clueless for Gericom models.

    • daniel

      Fantastic … for my Samsung 900x – hash OPEN worked, i was able to clear BIOS password some moron set on my laptop.

    • Mickey

      please help

      samsung np-r519 only boots up to bios password
      it lets me put password in 3times and comes up with this code 232889FOA2OOOOOOOO

      • WillSpencer

        Mickey:

        Are you sure that all of those are O’s and none of them are 0’s?

        If I convert the O’s to 0’s, I get a usable BIOS password for your machine.

        Your password is: tray

        • Mickey

          omg thank you so much it worked your brilliant

          • WillSpencer

            It’s good to hear that your PC is back in production! :)

        • Paul

          I have a Samsung NP300E5C with locked BIOS.
          The Hashcode after 3 times wrong password input is:
          363A2BE68E00000000
          Is there a masterpassword available?
          Thanks!
          Paul

          • H3llas

            If you missed two zeros your password is:
            30803080

    • Matt

      I’m looking for bio password for Dell E6230 Service Tag HKY6CS1

      • WillSpencer

        Matt:

        Have you tried these passwords which the BIOS password generator created from your Service Tag?

        2d51f55v
        u3w2y1eo
        Slt15yJqvQNjE8Na

    • lisas

      looking for password for bios for Samsung notebook np300v5a forgot how to get by password

      • WillSpencer

        lisas:

        Try to get into the BIOS three times. Eventually it may give you a hash code that you can enter into our password generator tool above.

        If not, you’ll have to remove the CMOS battery or short a couple of contacts on the motherboard.

    • Pedro

      I have a E-System 3089 UK with phoenix bios, can i get some help?
      The code after 3 attemps is 05703!

      Regards,
      Pedro

      • WillSpencer

        Pedro:

        Our password generator tool above generated these passwords for you to try:

        jfz
        kzpjdan
        628145
        14733
        98644
        88644
        15239

        • Pedro

          15239, worked for me, so many thanks :)

    • Vladimir

      Is there a possibility to unlock the bios for dell e6520.I have the ability to go into Win 7, but ycan not access the BIOS to change ide in AHCI,Is there a tool with which I can reboot the bios from Windows or DOS.Thanks to everyone who answers,Sorry for the bad English.Vladimir

      • WillSpencer

        Vladimir:

        Just enter your Dell Service Tag into our password generator here:

        http://www.tech-faq.com/reset-dell-bios-password.html

        • Vladimir

          Will,thank you for answer, I tried but fail, my Service tag is 6MY6BS1.

          I tried :

          lno3wf31
          thhedgzi
          6IF00BL0QcQO9bu3

          but without success, please, can you help me.

          Best regards Vladimir

          • WillSpencer

            Vladimir:

            Unfortunately, if those don’t work you will have to call Dell Technical Support at (800)624-9896.

          • WillSpencer

            Alternatively, if you’re comfortable opening your machine, take a look at page 35 of the E6520 Owners Manual. It should be easy to temporarily remove the coin cell battery, which will erase your CMOS settings.

            ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_latitude_laptop/latitude-e6520_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf

            • Limonta

              i have fujitsu lifebook v1020, i forget autenticated user passw on bios, please help me, I try to remove cell batery, but still the bios phoenix trustedcore user authenticated prompt.

              Hellp me please

              Sorry my bad english

              Tks

            • H3llas

              I was checking your manual and this is incredible:

              [quote]
              Remember your passwords! If you set and
              forget your User and Master hard disk
              passwords, Fujitsu Computer Systems will
              not be able to reset it. You may lose data
              and have to replace your system board or
              hard disk drive.
              [/quote]

              Anyway when you misstype password 3 times you get some message and code on Siemens computers? Can you get us those message and numbers you get?

            • Limonta

              no message, only negative answer, im a sad person, after 3 times display a message User Authentication failed! and turn on the beep noise continuosly, please hellp me, im dead if the problem not solve, beacuse that notebook is from my boos. IM really dead.
              Any sugestion are well, any solution, perhaps hardware, i dont know.

              Hellp Me please!!!

            • Limonta

              lets me tell you, i access too that user pass, but my boss, wont want that password when he access, and i configured blank password for all option on that, after that the prompt password for user bios, steel appears, and the old password are useless.
              I crazy with that machine.

    • alex666ia

      Hi!!, I have a Samsung NP300E4C and I can’t unlock the BIOS password, I’ve tried many ways but none works:( Can you help me please!!, I got this:

      System Disabled!
      1DB97BDA4C9C610000

      • WillSpencer

        Alex:

        What have you tried so far?

        That code doesn’t appear to be valid. Please check it, making certain to note which characters are O’s and which are 0’s. Also double-check 1’s and I’s.

        If the hash code can’t be sorted out, you’ll have to remove the CMOS battery or short a couple of contacts on the motherboard.

    • darwin

      please dell e6420 #994x2q1-1d3b

      • WillSpencer

        Darwin:

        What happened when you put that Service Tag into our Dell Password Generator Tool above?

        Did it show you these possible passwords for your Dell?

        For Service Tag: 994x2q1

        2lzexmkb
        i1pb5czq
        i1A23f0qKbldGT0l

        For Service Tag: 994X2Q1

        4s1ioz20
        iyyhj3va
        do21n1jsGtJ09Vse

        Did you try them?

        What did you see?

    • H3llas

      Can you try

      62423080 or 20233080

    • tony

      Hi!!, I have a Samsung Samsung NP350E7C and I can’t unlock the BIOS password Can you help me please):

      System Disabled!
      011ADC2731C434D6C0
      thank you

      • WillSpencer

        Tony:

        That doesn’t appear to be a valid hash code.

        Please check it, paying special attention to O’s and 0’s and 1’s and I’s.

        • tony

          other hash code:

          1768E6E4983143DA18
          061ADC2731C434D6C0
          200DB9C94C62346B06
          331ADC2731C434D6C0
          5586B9C92631A1DA81
          Thank you

          • H3llas

            Can you try these:
            39230323
            43000595
            69456820
            73506879

            • tony

              He does not work none of your codes

              Other hash code
              4686B9C92631A1DA81
              Thank you

            • H3llas

              I think you will need pre-programmed bios chip soldered to your motherboard. There are people selling those chips online.

              Other then that maybe you can contact Samsung support or a store where you bought it for warranty.

            • H3llas

              p.s. Does your model have RTC reset pins near the ram utors like on this picture.

              http://mediacdn.disqus.com/uploads/mediaembed/images/637/5314/original.jpg

    • kimberely

      i used the tool above none worked for me… its a dell latitude 6410, i previously dismantled the whole system into several parts trying to find a specific chi to short, never found the thing, wild goose chase. I went to dell and they refuse to help me because ownership was never transferred last year when we purchased it from a private party…who I only know his first name and cannot seem to find anyone that knows his phone number…what can I do? also, do you know why a bios password would just appear after 8 months?

    • tj

      Hi, I’ve got a samsung R519 that is asking for a bios password. I tried 3 times and got the system disabled message with code 318C10060000000000 . I tried the generator and got 2 codes ‘Samsung’ and ‘p12′. Am I doing something wrong. I’ve tried both but they don’t work. Any assistance would be appreciated.

      • H3llas

        It’s just p12. Do you get different code or the same one when the system is disabled next time?

        • tj

          I got a different code the first time. It was 233201180000000000 but the generator gave me the same password p12 and it didn’t work

          • tj

            Hi, Just got it sorted. The password ‘p12′ was correct. It was the keyboard that was faulty. I connected a usb keyboard and typed in the password ‘p12′ and it worked fine. The bios password has now been cleared. Thanks for the advice.

            • H3llas

              Great to hear you sorted it out.

    • Char Brown

      Hi I have a hp pavilion dv2000 and the disabled code is 01982 I brought off a person online and iv tryd to contact the for the password but they wont contact me back so if you cauld help me out that would be great

      • WillSpencer

        Char:

        Try putting the serial number from your HP into our BIOS password generator. The serial number is printed on the underside of the notebook.

        If that doesn’t work, you’ll have to open your notebook and temporarily remove the CMOS battery.

        Instructions for doing so can be found in section 5-5 (page 125) of the HP Pavilion dv2000 Notebook PC Maintenance and Service Guide: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035657.pdf

    • Char Brown

      Willspencer..thank you I tried putting the serial number in and it came back with 2 codes but they r both too long..and the cmos battery is fastend to the laptop and I cant figure out how to get it off without breaking it

      • WillSpencer

        Char:

        What is the serial number?

        The picture on page 125 of the service manual shows you how to remove the battery.

    • Char Brown

      The serial number is 2CE64

      • H3llas

        How about these:

        HP/Compaq Mini Netbooks
        7emgvx747b
        7emgvx7r7b

    • Santiago

      Hi I have an hp dv9000 that I rescued from a recycling plant. The bios is asking for a password at start and the pass word genorater generated a code that was too long my S/N is CNF645258N Pleas help me as I need this for school.

    • jeandedieu shonda

      i need a password this tag service: #BP4MRY1-1D3B please me. my PC is DELL LATITUDE E6430

      • H3llas

        Did you tried any of the passwords our tool generated:

        nnnnneee
        t9t54eek
        ing8or0e
        kLtjVuu2Dhz53w7K
        v3dtau6d

        Try typing those with external QWERTY keyboard.

    • Jay Jay

      anyone know the bios password for a advent 7302- model number:AL-096
      No # code comes up with bios password at all.

      • H3llas

        It looks like that model is writing password on EEPROM. This means that you can clear it if you can boot from CD or to OS. Try getting Ultimate Boot CD iso and burn it on CD. It used to have few password clear tools.

        • Jay Jay

          Thanks, i actually put a new hard drive in with vista preloaded so can just go on it that way have now got the password taken off was a real pain as normally this is no issue for me, very greatful for the help :)

    • Donald Watson

      hi there I have a Lenovo ideapad z850 please could you help me I forgot my bios password my s/n – qb05036340 and p/n – 59338534 would be much apriciated

      • H3llas

        What is the service tag for that Dell?

        • Donald Watson

          Hi its A Lenovo idepad Z850 please tell me you can help me?

    • KMCTech

      My Dell E6420 has code: 5W33VR1-1D3B, I need some help, please post answer, thanks, KMC

      • H3llas

        Try one of these:

        kjzg8kkx
        ivhq87cd
        1qiwID6tMJQYn1NG
        dj646a88

    • CKdelta Delta

      6 DAYS AGO , THIS WORK AND GOOD FOR MY BIOS,THANK YOU (y)

    • Kenneth Merritt

      Customer has a satellite l755d-s5150, I have removed the battery, cmos battery and shorted g2 with no success. Can you help me to figure how to reset the bios. I am 2 days into this with no luck

      • H3llas

        Can you see are there two small contact near each other somewhere around bios chip. If yes shorten them out for a few seconds and see did it worked?

    • kamil33

      Dell E6330 #JSSPX1-1D3B

    • kamil33

      Hello I hope all of this site to help unlock code in the device with all the best Dell E6330 #JSSPX1-1D3B

      • H3llas

        Are you sure this is correct number?

    • kamil33

      #JSSPNX1-1D3B

    • kamil33

      I’m sorry that the correct number and I hope to reconcile DELL E6330 #JSSPNX1-1D3B

      • H3llas

        Can you try these:

        veoho429
        he6v2a8n
        rGwgbt9h6B0WL3oJ
        hrerodtb

    • flamur

      hello,i need your help with my fujitsu amilo Xi2528-P75IM0 with this hashcode 14542

      • H3llas

        Does these works:

        Fujitsu-Siemens Phoenix 2294
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model L) Phoenix 2285477
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model P) Phoenix 5244
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model S) Phoenix 5649
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model X) Phoenix 633779

    • kamil33

      Hello my brother, I thank you for the effort and the secretary succeeded in Largo Open More #JSSPNX1-1D3B

    • Slave

      Hey there. i have an HP probook 4510s. i havent used for 2 years. now i am using it, but dont rembmer my password. is there a backdoor password?

      • H3llas

        Does your BIOS give any error code when you hit wrong password 3 times?

    • dan

      Great site – Can you help me with this one….Samsung slate tablet PC: 46B65B888DC7885FC6 I can’t get the tool above to return any values…Thanks!!!!

      • H3llas

        What bios does that thing have?

    • Marius

      If some one could help. My system disabled code is 08018. Phoenix BIOS. Advent k100 Laptop. Big thanks. Generator doesn,t work.

    • kamil33

      Hello my brother, I hope you have Almsaeidi in the open in your code Hdd-0

      Hard-drive #50853645324-1D3B

      • H3llas

        Can you please rephrase your sentence?

    • Nijanthan Nija

      hi frnds i also have the same problem my service tag is BD8XVS1-1D3B Any one pls help how to remove this

    • Matt

      Just wanted to say Bios password Generator worked fine.
      Thank you so much for providing a useful to people for free.

    • kamil33

      Hello, my brother in Hardsk Kudo please help

      Hard-drive #50853645324-1D3B Dell E6330

      • H3llas

        Your service tag looks wrong.

    • pierjfrantz

      I forget my password bios asus X401a

    • kamil33

      Hard-drive #50853645324-1D3B

    • Jessica

      Could someone please help me ? Dell Latitude E6420 – Service Tag HKYCS1

      • H3llas

        That looks like a wrong code. Can you recheck.

        • Jessica

          Sorry, HKY6CS1

          Thanks for your help.

          • H3llas

            Can you try these:
            2d51f55v
            u3w2y1eo
            Slt15yJqvQNjE8Na

            • Jessica

              none of those worked, do you happen to have anymore ?

              appreciate the help

    • kamil33

      Hello my brother this code from the computer please help

    • heather chavez

      I have a samsung laptop model np355e5c-a01us. serial# HY2N98FCCC1XPKH and forgot my password and it gave me this code 150297EC67D8990000 it gave me Bad hash and ive tried any and all listed on this page and none works please help?

      • H3llas

        Can you try
        17623080

        If that does not help then you will need to try physical methods numbered in the article above.

    • primitivefigurative

      I was given a laptop which is asking for a BIOS password. The laptop is a Gateway MODEL No. MG1……….MODEL P-6831 FX (not sure which os the model type to identify it by). Can anyone provide some assistance?

      • H3llas

        Do you get any error code when you mistype password 3 times?

    • Paul

      HP ProBook 4730s. Code i think is CNU2036GMP. Thank you

      • H3llas

        Password is e9l71fgh42.

        Behind 9 is small letter L (l) and behind 7 is number one.

    • Joseph Montiero

      hp elitebook 8460p. no code showed up just a message to restart the computer
      serial # CNU2090Q75
      product # SN107UC#ABA

      • H3llas

        Did you tried this one:

        HP/Compaq Mini Netbooks e9l71o15xq

    • herickjuan

      Laptop cce win what’s the password ?

    • JohnH

      hello
      i have a fijitsu lifebook U772
      serial number DSDAO18237
      need my bios passwoord arg…

      • H3llas

        When you miss password 3 times what code do you get?

    • Lyanne

      Hi my daughter has a Samsung NF110 netbook, when I try entering bios it asks for a code… Help

      • H3llas

        When you miss password 3 times do you get any code?

    • Dinesh Dawrani

      Unfortunately My Laptop is locked by bios password. Now whenever i power on my laptop it is asking “Enter Bios Password”. But unfortunately i don’t know what is the password. Any one can help me how to break/remove/clear this password. There is No CMOS battery in Motherboard & No any Reset Jumper…
      please help me to solve this issue.

      Toshiba Satellite M30-742
      PART NUMBER: PSM30E-7100V-EN

    • MEMATI

      BIOS PASSWORD FOR SAMSUNG NP300V5A

      • Child

        Hit the wrong password 3 times. When you get error code insert it in the tool above then use the generated password.

        • MEMATI

          I want bios password Default samsung np300v5a
          plz

        • MEMATI

          yes
          I wanted to change the password bios
          But after I came out of the bios
          Restart my computer, and I did not have access
          Please help me
          I want to password
          samsung NP300V5AA01DX
          S/N; HPYT93QBC00800D

    • Ouriel

      Siemens amilo pro pi1536 system disabled 14586 plz help

      • H3llas

        Try one of these codes:

        Fujitsu-Siemens Phoenix 94649
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model L) Phoenix 31254
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model P) Phoenix 24489
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model S) Phoenix 863178
        Fujitsu-Siemens (model X) Phoenix 8899

    • Michael

      I picked up a Dell laptop that was broken from a pawn shop in my area. I repaired it and the last thing I needed was to gain access to the BIOS. I registered my computer with Dell and still they could not/would not help me!! Service Tag 8L0T6P1 with a “System disabled” code of 06227. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

      • H3llas

        Try one of these:

        bfp7tpl8
        iqbw93ot
        xfKWbe4dWXXf04J0

    • Clyde Davis

      BIOS password needed for HP pavillion ze4230 CRVSA-02T1-75 series. Serial number is CN30200258

      • H3llas

        e9f17117qu

    • Clyde Davis

      I need to upgrade the BIOS, the system is acting up, dont see the hard drive and the video card is retard.

    • Harcharan Chun Pala

      Hi i need a bois password for a Toshiba Equium L40-17M
      Model No: PSL49E 00C005KS
      SERIAL No: 28013143R

      If you need anymore info just let me know.

      • H3llas

        Try the KeyDisk program. Put it on bootable cd or usb stick and follow instructions of the program.

        • Harcharan Chun Pala

          Thanks for the advice but the bios is locked to boot to HDD so your advice will not work.
          Thanks all the same.

    • Joel Stoner

      HP ProBook 4525s
      SN: 2CE1290BQW
      product: QT121US#ABA

      • H3llas

        7em37o1p5d

    • jim

      I NEED A PASSWORD FOR A TOSHIBA SATILLITE A-215-S-4747

      • H3llas

        Try the KeyDisk program. Put it on bootable cd or usb stick and follow instructions of the program.

        • Jim

          It won’t boot to windows I only get the toshiba logo then it goes to enter password mode 3 try’s then it will shut down

    • Domm

      Fujitsu ESPRIMO PC.
      When I miss the password 3 times the only code that always appears is “D8″

      • H3llas

        Any serial number on the sticker behind?

        • Domm

          Yea :) Serial Number: “YLHW087263″ (without braces…)

          Is there any password generator tool for serial numbers?

          • H3llas

            One in the article above but it does not work for Fujitsu with serial number. It should give bigger code then D8.

            • Domm

              After three attempts, there is just the locked password screen, where I can’t type in anything any more, and “D8″ in the bottom right corner with blue background…

            • Domm

              so no further ideas? :/

          • WillSpencer

            Our decoder thinks that is an HP/Compaq Mini Netbook with a backdoor password of: sikzd1ux7gf

            • Domm

              I already tried that one, but it doesn’t work …
              Any other Ideas? :/

    • Denim

      Hi i need a bios password for a HP compaq 6730s
      sn: CNU9024KB5
      pn: NN377ES#ABZ

      • H3llas

        e9lo17vspq

        • Denim

          Thanks but password isn’t working. Do you know any other way to get rid of administrator bios password?

          • WillSpencer

            Denim:

            Doublecheck the SN and PN. Were they both in all UPPERCASE?

            Are looking for a BIOS password or a Windows administrator password?

            • Denim

              SN end PN is fine.
              I am looking for BIOS administrator password.

    • Brad Cole

      I tried the tool above and it did nothing, I need a password for a HP 2000 Notebook
      P/N D1E80UA#ABA
      S/N 5CG31802QW

    • Williams

      BIOS password needed for Samsung NP-R480-JV01CL Serial numeber is ZV5293DZ9000148J

      • H3llas

        When you hit password 3 times wrong you will get message System Disabled and some number. Can you enter that number into our generator tool in the article above and tell me what happens?

        • Mactech

          Worked great for a samsung R480 that I was working on, the first number returned nothing but the second number I entered returned a word that worked. THANKS!

    • Routers

      GREETINGS.. PLEASE HELP ME .. I NEED PASSWORD FOR TOSHIBA SATELLITE C640 .. CANT BOOT ANYTHING. ITS DIRECTLY TO THE PASSWORD WHEN STARTING..

      • H3llas

        I have no clue for Toshibas. I guess new bios chip or Toshiba support might help you…

    • Sami Alam

      Need your help H3llas, been at this for days. I have a Sony Vaio PCG-71912L (VPCEH1AFX) which needs a BIOS password. I’ve tried the password generators for the older Sony Vaio but they don’t work on mine, I can’t seem to get any help(even from Sony). Using the last 7 digits of the S/N doesn’t work on mine, that is for older models. After 3 failed attempts I get a 16 digit(4×4) code that needs to be converted into a one time password. The code I currently have up is 7T73-2J6J-FP98-R7T3. Please tell me you have the new script to convert this. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

      • Sami Alam

        That last 4×4 code is no longer valid because I had to shut down the laptop. If you or WillSpencer can help then please contact me and I will generate a new code the same day you reply. As you know the code changes every time you reboot. Thanks.

        • superdave007

          Hi Sami, Any luck yet? I’ve got a newer Sony with a similar 4×4 code for onetime password that I’m stuck on. Did you get a private message with assistance or are you still stuck too?

          • Sami Alam

            Didn’t get any assistance with it but it turns out that the previous owner had set a personal BIOS password and I was able to get that from her. I hope someone is able to help you with yours, sucks not being able to do anything because of BIOS password.

    • TJ

      Hey man, thanks for the Article. The Bios password generator worked for me. :D Acer Aspire 5335-2552 Phoenix ScureCore. Thanks!

    • wendy

      I have a Gateway laptop NE56R41u that I need to BIOS for. when I put in a wrong password 3 times it says password check fail, when you hiy enter it the stares System will halt!! press any key, and when you do the screen goes blank, and a small white line is in the upper left corner. nothing else happens even when you press the keys on the keyboard

    • SuperDave007

      The code generator is not working with my one time key for my Sony PCG-71111L. The code is: 2F3P7673VPRTJ7K2 Any help?

    • Ali Abour Cañadas

      The code generator worked for my friend´s Advent 711***,just typed the hash number 04599 and gave back 711531,typed it and it worked!!!!!!!!!!! thanks a lot,great page….keep up with this excellent work!…………greetings from Spain.

    • Mehtuus

      The generator above does not seem to work with 4×4 key hash’s, and I have tested the back door passwords too. Specifically, I am working with a Sony VGN-SZ model laptop with the hash key: 3FR6-9R87-FRFR-DTJD
      Any chance of retrieving a One Time Password?

    • JuliodaviD

      Thanks to the password generator developer, unblocked succesfully the bios password of my acer aspire; excelent work and contribution.

    • Damaris

      Hey there. Nothing seems to work for me. The code it gives me is 09387. Please help me. I’m losing my mind over here.

    • Alastair Dick

      Your password generator worked first time. Have accessed the BIOS on this ancient HP Compaq nx9010. Have now completed the first phase of usng it as a PC (virtual) oscilloscope. Thanks guys!

    • Sachin

      Does this work for SONY i5 Model no. VPCEB46FG ? I am really stuck from the vendors they cant even do or if they claim to do would charge very much …ergggg

    • Guest

      I need password for hp omnibook 7150

    • Paulie

      help please need bios password for dell inspiron model=PP41L service tag= 9v34ch1 express service code = 21470734117 thank u much

    • Tony burghezi

      Need password for a toshiba satellite L455

      • Tony burghezi

        15557

    • FLAVIO

      i need the password for my dell latitude e6330 SYSTEM NUMBER 66D53V1-1D3B

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        4e2jzls8
        7xh4wmgi
        W9Vj8N9kn94p9ct6
        4p2z2r3w

    • Gerald

      Hi I have a friend with a Acer Travelmate 5530 g with bios password that he has forgotten after trying three times it gives a code 06647 but the code generator in your article does not respond to this number. Can you help

    • Quake Drast

      Hello, forgot my pw, i think it was easy but it after 3 years not using I forgot already.
      sku: XY697AV; SN: CNU2260S4H

      HP 8760w

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        Do you get any code when you miss password 3 times?

        • Quake Drast

          no, i do not receive any code, it says, access denied. please turn off the machine

    • BFOJ

      Dell Studio 1558, service tag H0F4CN1, code 05546. Help!

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        2ku0qenv
        aqy1omtd
        5M1n72GSS4dvrkKL

    • Paulie

      Help! I asked for a bios reset code 12 days ago and no one has answered. I really need help please! here is my laptop info again. dell inspiron model=PP41L service tag= 9v34ch1 express service code = 21470734117 thank u much

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        Try each of these:

        s2g837c5
        j3gpmc3u
        QhsX5qrE07cYrRjt

        Hit ctrl + enter once you enter password.

        • Paulie

          thanks for answering but i tried all 3 and it didnt work. Any other suggestions? i do not get any codes nor locked out after 3 tries. lets me try numerous times but not unlocking it

          • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

            You don’t need to get any codes on Dell after 3 tries. Do you have qwerty or qwertz keyword? In last password after E is zero not O.

            • Paulie

              qwerty

            • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

              so holding the ctrl while pressing enter once or twice did nothing? some people comment it only works like that…

            • Paulie

              tried everything you said, it still isnt working…grrrrr

    • Ivica Udovcevic

      Hi, i need a bios password for a HP ProBook 4330s

      sn: CNU1231V0K
      pn: LW774ES#UUW

    • Pop

      Need a password for BIOS in ASUS laptop X70Z!!
      Please help, i can’t reinstall system without it!!

    • AC

      Hey, I have a Toshiba satellite P775D-S7144. I changed the first password but now it’s asking for a 2nd password.
      Part no: PSBZ1U-04P01Q
      Serial no: 1C194459K
      Thanks

    • Bill

      This is a bit different. I have a GE DVMre CT II with an unknown installers pw. I can’t get to the factory reset as I need to have installer level access. I picked up this unit at a used electronics outlet and no info was with it. I pulled the battery out of the MOBO and though it might reset but its probably on a bios chip…Is anyone familiar with this unit and if its possible to short out the bios to reset it….

    • ron

      help please i have bought a packard bell netbook ze6 and askes for a bios password can u help please

    • Tim

      Hi. Have tried generator above but nothing happens. Can you help at all? Dell Latitude E6220 … #28FPGT 1-1DEB … thank you

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        Try one of these:

        h2sh6fot
        whns83tn
        YGtkU61bqdPcquk0
        dfa484qj

        • Tim

          Thanks, they didn’t work but thanks for trying.

    • nico

      Laptop ASUS K52 DR AMI BIOS Rescue password please :(

    • nico

      Sorry ASUS K52DE Please help.

    • everett82

      Please help. Generator above does not work.
      zBook 17
      S/N CND41520QC
      PRODUCT D5D93AV

    • marius

      please help

      asus F550CC
      SN: DAN0WU08339342A
      AR5B225

      THANKS

    • kamil

      hej er fujitsu siemens Celsius h series H700 BIOS Password

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        Hit password wrong 3 times. Your system will be halted but Siemens will give you some code. Insert that code into our generator and then use the password next time you turn on computer.

    • GHANITEC

      Hi i need a bios password for a acer travelmate 5620 S/N LXTGU0Z03871204F2A2000

      SNID 71202026620

      • http://www.ascic.net/ Zeljko Ascic

        If you hit password 3 times wrong do you get any error code or error number? If yes can you write it here?

        • GHANITEC

          Yes, drawn up by 3 times and wrote to me bios deactivated

    • carlon

      comment

    • Urs

      My laptop has been disabled, I think the model is ADVENT 7109B and the system disabled code is : [06305]

      It has a few attempts of me typing in the password, which I have no CLUE what it is. Then it goes onto system disabled code [06305]

      Please help!

    • dirt2

      Help !!!!
      Packard bell
      Easynote TJ65-AU-500RU
      S/N: LXBFG08002015B1E6F2200
      SNID: 01572868722
      FAIL CODE: 11180

    • Anton

      your generator tool doesn’t work… Gateway P7805 System disabled code 13521, can you help? please reply

    • PPucho

      No code is generated for Samsung NP300E5C-A07US. Nothing else works to reset the BIOS password. Can I get help? Thank you much.

    • Neville

      TRIED CODE GENERATOR BUT NO RESULTS, have an HP Compaq 8710p Ser No CND8082JQS p/n GC100EA#ACQ Service Tag C8710pTT7300F7X16GIBNF10Qe It asks for Power On Password which I cannot remember and I wish to donate the Laptop to my daughter for school. Can you Help? Thank you in advance.

    • geoff

      need a password for system 3102 error code is 04031 nothing happening on your generator

    • geoff

      sorry thats an Esytem 3102 hash code 04031

    • Joy

      Hi Zeljko Ascic, my Hashcode is: 0274-0542-0143-7030-0283-6754 in a Fijitsu Celsius H series.
      Do you know, is the generator result a one time passcode?
      Thanks!

    • CHRISTINA

      I NEED A ADMIN BIOS PASSWORD FOR DELL LATITUDE E6420 SERVICETAG#CS9XBS1-1D3B

    • america

      Hello, I have a lenovo c460. it has a supervisor password already set and I need some help reseting it. Lenovo wants to charge me 650 dollars for it. I need some help cracking the supervisor password. It won’t let me boot from CD or thumbdrive.

    • Mohsine

      Hello, please the admin password for Dell Latitude E6420 #2V7HCS1-1D3B THANKS

    • Barry

      i got mine sorted it rang RM, (RM CY27) Phoeonix 4.0 verson 6.0 bios
       
      they told me thier default bios password is rm or rmpc or rmplc
       
      it tried “rm” and got in straight away

    • William Yount

      Hello,
      You seem like a smart man I was wondering after I install the reset password disk on my USB flash drive what do I do at BIOS I tried it but some Japanese or Russian code was popping up am I doing it right?

    • Mr Ed

      Hello Will,
      Could you please help me with a password for hp elitebook 8440p sn: CZC0416NJS pn: WJ681ET#ABU
      bios version: 68CCU Ver.F.0F

      Thanks in advance,

    • DanielMemetic

      Based on the serial number you provided our tool above puts out: e0e1v1xiat Worth a try.

      Guys and gals, don’t forget to try the generator tool in the article!

    • troubadour

      @troubadour: To clerify here’s one example master hash code just entered,

      (0222)36946125413663520355
      resulting in: “Following generated passwords may help:

      Fujitsu-Siemens new8649778

      Fujitsu-Siemens oldf 5pntkxh
      Fujitsu-Siemens71542280=
      wrong Password!
      Any idea?!

    • DanielMemetic

      Have you tried the hardware reset method by removing the CMOS battery? It seems to have worked for this guy: http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070330080146AAdIoAN

      Last resort might be to contact Fujitsu support about it.

    • farney4rump

      contact toshiba tell them you have an inherited fault. tell them they
      have a bios problem with your laptop.. they repaired mine as a goodwill
      gesture.. my laptop was 5 years old.. reason being by law you have 6
      year gaurantee but have to prove after a year the fault is inherited at
      point of purchase. toshiba have a list on their web site with all models
      involved.. my model wasnt listed but they honoured the fault free at
      not cost.

    • BABAK

      help me
      hdd password???
      laptop dell L502X
      EROOR PASS:08070
      S SERVIS TAGE:BF38YP1

    BIOS