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Dell bios passwords 595B and 2A7B

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kelvin2947

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Hi All. First post on here. I hope someone can help? I have:
Dell Inspiron N5030 (-9506)
Tag: 7287KP1
The laptop bios is locked after Dell boot screen giving a code: #7287KP1-595B
Can anyone please help with the unlock code?
Many Thanks in Advance.
Kelvin
 

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Jonathron,

Here you go Brah!

ubj1530j

Hang loose! Loves!
Ground Control.... That would be a negative on password success. We are not a go for launch......... My screen shows the exact same thing as kelvin2947. only difference is numbers. I entered it in lowercase and tried another keyboard. also I can't see the password on the screen as i type it in. Is that normal?
 
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Ground Control.... That would be a negative on password success. We are not a go for launch......... My screen shows the exact same thing as kelvin2947. only difference is numbers. I entered it in lowercase and tried another keyboard. also I can't see the password on the screen as i type it in. Is that normal?
Jonathron, Hmm, Weird. Yes, the first code must be entered as you see it. Here's the code using lowercase letters (98x6mf1-595b) as an input of your code.

rxclpg3o

Yes, it's normal to not see the characters typed.
 
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ok... tried both codes numerous times and checked for stuck keys on keyboard?????? Maybe the pictures will help?
Jonathron, maybe the code needs to be cleared?

To clear the code, type the code you got from me (ubj1530j or rxclpg3o) press and hold the CONTROL key and tap ENTER twice. I know you know this, but the code need to typed EXACTLY as you see them. Oh, what model laptop is it?
 
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I've repaired laptop"s and pc's for nearly 15 yrs and this thing has been one of the biggest headaches yet.
 
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