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Dell bios passwords 595B and 2A7B

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  1. LovesFLSun

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    Missing password for Dell E6500

    Hi there Locksmith! I hope you can assist.

    #CFXN3J1-2A7B

    Thanks from Jacksonville, FL, USA! Shaka!
     
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    Nevermind.

    I found the password. Can I help with passwords?
     
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    Chinky, check your code/service tag, you are missing a digit.
     
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    I just went through this on a Dell laptop, and it works, but only if nobody has changed it from the factory default password. Obviously it can't figure out a password arbitrarily made up by a user, so if it doesn't work, that's probably why.
     
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    Can you help me out please? Dell Latitude e6400.
    System Number: HYNBZL1-2A7B
     
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    Here you go:

    gwfzxnIGk0Z12wVf

    Shaka!
     
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    I have amassed quite a collection of Inspiron 1525 parts over the past couple years.... I was able to use all the parts and get 2 going..

    Unfortunately, both are BIOS Locked with the 595B lock.. I have used Dogbert1's code and have recovered many laptops in this manner. But it doesn't seem to work for these two. I ever bought a couple codes on EBAY, but they turned out to be the same codes I generated myself.

    I was hoping you might have access to better software that will allow me to recover these laptops..

    The BIOS locks are:

    CGGKNF1-595B

    and

    D0N10G1-595B

    On the first one, I get '40grhxto'

    The second one, I get 'f55rr99f'

    Any help would be greatly appreciated....

    Michale
     
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    Sorry Brah, those are the codes I get as well.
     
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    Preciate the fast response. I am just down the road from you, in St Augustine..

    Yea I don't understand why the codes don't work. :( These are fairly nice laptops, webcams and all. I hate to see them collecting dust...

    Oh well. It is what it is. Thanx again..

    Michale
     
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    Shaka!! \w/
     
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    dell bios

    please help. 8fmvwn1-2a7b
     
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    Hi LockSmith,

    missing BIOS password for a dell presicicsion M4500.

    Can you help?

    System number 8FMVWN1-2A7B
     
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    rHgfT8dnJdsVESSu

    Please note the CAPITAL numbers!

    Shaka!! \w/
     
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    Thanks but don't work
     
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    could I be doing some thing wrong?
     
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    Ooops... My fault!

    rHgfT8dnJdsvESSu <--- the "V" was not capitalized.

    My fault!
     
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    The password was right but I didn't know I had to do this:

    Type the Password and press and hold CTRL and then press ENTER Twice, release CTRL and press enter one more time.

    You must go inside bios by pressing F2 on start up

    Then go to security

    Then password

    Then user or admin password

    Then you enter the password on the first field

    Then leave the other 2 field empty

    Then press F10 to exit saving changes

    Then password will be gone forever !
     
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    CDGFJH1-595B

    Thanks
     
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    Shaka!! \w/
     
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    Hey Shaka, thanks for your help, but I'm afraid it did not work. Is there a set of steps I should be following specifically?

    Thank you Again!
    Kevin
     
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    Hmm, I ran it again, same results

    little g (GOLF)
    little w (WHISKEY)
    little f (FOXTROT)
    little z (ZULU)
    little x (WRAY)
    little n (NOVEMBER)
    CAPITAL I (INDIA)
    CAPITAL G (GOLF)
    little k (KILO)
    NUMBER 0 (zero)
    CAPITAL Z (ZULU)
    little l (LIMA)
    NUMBER 2
    little w (WHISKEY)
    CAPITAL V (VICTOR)
    little f (FOXTROT)

    Screenshot included!

    Shaka!! \w/
     

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    GOT IT. THANK YOU SO MUCH. I was inputting I instead of l
     
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    AS Ash would say... "Groovy"
     

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