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Dell bios passwords 595B and 2A7B

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  1. soccerfan New Member

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    I got it. Thank you very much for your help.nice goooool lovesflsun
     
  2. laowan New Member

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    my tag is JBDQR1J-595B
     
  3. LovesFLSun

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    Laowan,

    zs4vay5h

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    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    first one works now i need ad hdd password


    hard disk #**759m3435t-595B
     
  5. LovesFLSun

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    Lawman, try this.

    d86zxymg

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    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    Hello I'm new on this forum, and of course I need help. LovesFLSun I have in my company two m4500 with bios password, can u generate code for both.

    1. fjb6yn1-2a7b
    2. jtc34q1-2a7b

    Best regards
     
  7. LovesFLSun

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    Koroner, here you go (uppercase and lowercase DOES matter):

    1.
    lowercase: fjb6yn1-2a7b - 4Q8vd6we2y3OukKh
    UPPERCASE: FJB6YN1-2A7B - 3d71hJ6g38TRmoxi
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    lowercase - jtc34q1-2a7b - OOzt33Zjerakbi35
    UPPERCASE - JTC34Q1-2A7B - 2jG47oyZ2erLFFHS

    Enjoy! Loves.
    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    Both it's incorrect.
     
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    Would you reply with pictures of the errors?

    Thanks! Loves
     
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    Sorry I forgot. Everything it's ok. Double tap enter was a solution.
     
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    Do you also have a code for CKFG04J-2A7B (E6500?)
    I'm not familiar with this site, but it seems you have exactly what I'm looking for...
    Thanks!
     
  12. LovesFLSun

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    Dreumes3, I hope this IS what you are looking for!

    ZskJZRe57YBuUXIh

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    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    can you please give password for my Dell?
    here is the service tag J938BC1
     
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    Dillinger, what's the whole error number? There should be 4 digits after the service tag.
     
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    that's not a error number that's service tag from the back of the laptop, when went into BIOS & tried to any changes it tells that BIOS is locked.
    I never did get an error code.
     
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    OH here it is.... J938BC1-595B
     
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    Thanks very much!! Managed to switch off the administrator password with that code, very helpful!!
    And also thanks for the rapid answer LovesFLSun!
     
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    Dillinger, here you go Brah!

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    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    LovesFLSun, thank you so much it worked perfect...
     
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    Would you be so kind to give password for my Dell?
    The service tag: GC3JL4J-2A7B
     
  21. LovesFLSun

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    Jk72, here you go:

    oeb1HpoU4RcnUzgc

    Enjoy. Loves
    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     
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    I've tried it. It works.
    Thank you very much for your help.
     
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    You got it Brah! Shaka and Hang Loose!
     
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    Hi, I hope you can help - my service tag is 48KP1Q1-2A7B

    Many thanks
     
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    Here you go corkey! Sorry this was so fast, just happened to have GMail open.. LOL

    E13OI0PO3b3aDSul

    Loves.
    -If the passwords do not work, try an external keyboard or Copy and paste the code into Notepad, to make sure you seeing the characters correctly
    -All passwords are case sensitive and need to be typed EXACTLY as you see them
    -To clear the code, type the code (or one of the codes) you received press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice (this tip is directly from Dell Tech Support)
    -If the codes do not work, please reply with a picture of the screen with the code
     

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