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gecs1080 04-14-2010 02:31 AM

dv2410ca asks me for a BIOS password
 
Well guys I have a dv2410ca that I turn on and it asks me for a BIOS password before it even boots up, icant do anything on it. Is there any way to get a password?

Sami 04-14-2010 11:35 PM

Please try these solutions

http://www.syschat.com/how-clear-bio...730b-5656.html

http://www.syschat.com/how-to-reset-...aptop-418.html

metal333 04-15-2010 02:27 AM

Resetting BIOS password
 
Some BIOS requires a password to be entered before the computer can boot. You are having a similar problem. Hence you need to reset the BIOS password.

The BIOS password is generally stored in CMOS memory which is powered by a small battery while computer is turned off. This battery is attached to the motherboard. You have to remove this battery. Due to non availability of power, BIOS cannot be loaded and all CMOS information, including the BIOS password is lost. Then you can boot the system and reset your BIOS password at earliest. There are various kinds of software available on the internet which can be used to reset the BIOS password. After resetting the password, turn-off the system and put the battery back to its place and boot the system. You may need to re-enter the CMOS setup settings before using the system. This information can be found either on your system manual or on the internet.

Some motherboards have battery soldered with it, hence you can’t pluck the battery. In such motherboards a jumper is provided which acts like a switch and hence can be used to clear the BIOS password. The location of jumper is indicated on the motherboard documentation. Pluck-out the jumper and follow the same process.

Sami 04-19-2010 12:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gecs1080
Thanks Sami,
I couldn't do anything about the bios, I had someone tell me that on a old desktop I can find various passwords for the hope on my dv2410ca, how I have no clue. Is there any other way to then jumper or battery, to get like a universal password or something like that? Thank-you for your help, this is an Awsome place you have created here.
Gabriel

Try to find out your Bios Provider while booting
Ex: (Award, AMI, Dell, IBM, Phoenix, etc..)

And use below default passwords:

AMI BIOS Backdoor Passwords:
  • A.M.I.
  • AAAMMMII
  • AMI
  • AMI?SW
  • AMI_SW
  • BIOS
  • CONDO
  • HEWITT RAND
  • LKWPETER
  • MI
  • Oder
  • PASSWORD
Award BIOS Backdoor Passwords:
  • (eight spaces)
  • 01322222
  • 589589
  • 589721
  • 595595
  • 598598
  • ALFAROME
  • ALLY
  • ALLy
  • aLLY
  • aLLy
  • aPAf
  • award
  • AWARD PW
  • AWARD SW
  • AWARD?SW
  • AWARD_PW
  • AWARD_SW
  • AWKWARD
  • awkward
  • IOSTAR
  • CONCAT
  • CONDO
  • Condo
  • condo
  • d8on
  • djonet
  • HLT
  • J256
  • J262
  • j262
  • j322
  • j332
  • J64
  • KDD
  • LKWPETER
  • Lkwpeter
  • PINT
  • pint
  • SER
  • SKY_FOXSYXZ
  • SKY_FOX
  • syxz
  • SYXZ
  • TTPTHA
  • ZAAAADA
  • ZAAADA
  • ZBAAACA
  • ZJAAADCRussian Award BIOS Passwords:
  • %øåñòü ïpîáåëîâ%
  • %äåâÿòü ïpîáåëîâ%
Phoenix Backdoor BIOS Passwords:
  • BIOS
  • CMOS
  • phoenix
  • PHOENIX
Other Manufcaturers Backdoor Passwords: (manufacturer name – password)
  • VOBIS and IBM – merlin
  • Dell – Dell
  • Biostar – Biostar
  • Compaq – Compaq
  • Enox – xo11nE
  • Epox – central
  • Freetech – Posterie
  • IWill – iwill
  • Jetway – spooml
  • Packard Bell – bell9
  • QDI – QDI
  • Siemens – SKY_FOX
  • SOYO – SY_MB
  • TMC – BIGO
  • Toshiba – Toshiba



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