hp 6735 bios password problem

  alan2k1 12 Jun 12
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hi i have a hp compaq 6735s it was bought in a bathch of none working laptops i have now repaired it but when it powers up it i get a screen

user id martyn domain martyn-pc enter password

i have no idea what this password is i have tried the usual removing the bios battery etc but nothing works

any ideas how i can remove this password ?

thanks alan

  alan2k1 12 Jun 12

futher info i can press escape and f10 at power up and get a choise of paswords to enter either martyn-pc or bios administrator

  Terry Brown 12 Jun 12

When you boot up keep tapping the (depending on setup) either the F5 or the F8 key, this should take you into Safe mode. From there run SIW.exe and look for passwords, and you should be able to see what it is.

http://gtopala.com/

The alternative is to look where the battery is located and you should see a 3 pin slot and a jumper with only 2 pins connected (Normally 1 & 2), by changing this to to 2 & 3, you clear the Bios and any passwords in the system.

The BIOS should reset itself to defaults but if it is corrupted you may need to install a new BIOS.

Leave about 5 seconds and change back.All passwords should now be clear.

Terry

  robin_x 12 Jun 12

Previous thread here. Same model.

Laptops can be tricky.

Another link. See Post 11.

General search. If you haven't already.

Backdoor links

Good luck.

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