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Dell bios passwords 595B and 2A7B

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My son bought this laptop online and it needs a bios password. The tag is #FS2JYN1-1F5A. Can you please generate a code for me. I would be happy to donate to you. Just let me know how. Thank you.

My son bought this laptop online and it needs a bios password. The tag is #FS2JYN1-1F5A. Can you please generate a code for me. I would be happy to donate to you. Just let me know how. Thank you.
 
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1F5A keygen software is not available online (believe me I've looked and every download that claimed it was never would open) and because of that I'd be very hesitant to pay anyone who claims they can provide the password. Dell can though. First transfer it into your name through Dell http://www.dell.com/support/assets-transfer/us/en/04?c=us&l=en&s=bsd&cs=04
Once it's in your name they can provide you the password. Otherwise you are looking at a BIOS chip replacement ($25 for the chip and you get to solder it in) or a motherboard replacement ($50 and up on eBay for a Precision M4500 motherboard)
 
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1F5A keygen software is not available online (believe me I've looked and every download that claimed it was never would open) and because of that I'd be very hesitant to pay anyone who claims they can provide the password. Dell can though. First transfer it into your name through Dell http://www.dell.com/support/assets-transfer/us/en/04?c=us&l=en&s=bsd&cs=04
Once it's in your name they can provide you the password. Otherwise you are looking at a BIOS chip replacement ($25 for the chip and you get to solder it in) or a motherboard replacement ($50 and up on eBay for a Precision M4500 motherboard)
They want 50 Just to talk to a tech. Going through Dell is not cost effective. They are probably going to ask for more money after I pay the 50 or just take the 50 and tell me that they cannot.
 

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They want 50 Just to talk to a tech. Going through Dell is not cost effective. They are probably going to ask for more money after I pay the 50 or just take the 50 and tell me that they cannot.
Then you are left taking a chance that the services that promise a password are not scams or BIOS chip replacement/motherboard replacement. If you find a keygen that works please post because I too have several 1F5A's that are locked. At least my motherboards are $15 which is way cheaper than the $50 (I'm still waiting for ownership to be transferred so they had not told me how much they want to look up the password)

They want 50 Just to talk to a tech. Going through Dell is not cost effective. They are probably going to ask for more money after I pay the 50 or just take the 50 and tell me that they cannot.
There is a possibility that I was unable to open the downloaded Keygens because I threw together the laptop I used to download them; I just used bits and pieces that were too damaged to sell; I installed an OS (win7), updated the BIOS and put a network driver on it to get on the internet without updating the OS (I did not want to wait for over 200 updates to download and install) I'm going to update it today and install all the various drivers and try again in a few hours.
 
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Then you are left taking a chance that the services that promise a password are not scams or BIOS chip replacement/motherboard replacement. If you find a keygen that works please post because I too have several 1F5A's that are locked. At least my motherboards are $15 which is way cheaper than the $50 (I'm still waiting for ownership to be transferred so they had not told me how much they want to look up the password)
I just purchased my code from biospasswords.eu and it worked perfectly.

biospassword.eu worked great.
 
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laptops friend. suppose you can if you open them, but i have read it doesnt work with some new lappys..

do you need a pass? if so your welcome to one

all i need is full service tag 7 digits + the last 4 which are 595B - 2A7B
#XEZ07K779091-595B

QUOTE="ssnaserr, post: 3435147, member: 163724"]#XEZ07K779091-595B[/QUOTE]
Servis tag :60XF1G1
595B
 
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QUOTE="ssnaserr, post: 3435147, member: 163724"]#XEZ07K779091-595B
Servis tag :60XF1G1
595B[/QUOTE]
Servicetag: 60XF1G1-595B

Password: da3avsq2

d - delta ( lowercase )
a - alfa ( lowercase )
3 - 3 ( digit )
a - alfa ( lowercase )
v - victor ( lowercase )
s - sierra ( lowercase )
q - quebec ( lowercase )
2 - 2 ( digit )



To accept password, hold CTRL button
and press enter key twice
 

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I want to change (in the BIOS) the boot sequence of my DELL Precision M6500. Now I always have to hold the F12button during startup. But when the PC automatically closes down and starts up again (during an software update) things go wrong :(
The service tag is: 7PCG7P1.
Any help would be highly appreciated! Nicole
 
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