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  • #31
    Assuming this is not a bios password but an OS password, try a google search for "Ultimate Boot CD." There's a free downloadable CD image that will give you a number of alternate operating systems and utilities that boot from the CD, including a windows password eraser. I've used it on a couple of ex-dump computers with success, and it's a pretty useful resource to have around anyway, since it could allow you to salvage data on a crashed system, etc.

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    • #32
      It is my understanding that the machines are up and running having been freshly reformatted.
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      • #33
        Look on the MB for a jumper marked Clear Bios.
        If it has, then jumper, switch on for 1 minute, then remove.
        Max.

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        • #34
          Does anybody actually read the posts after the first one?
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          • #35
            Originally posted by Evan
            Does anybody actually read the posts after the first one?
            LOL. I've been guilty of the same crime, many, many times.

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            • #36
              ok back to the first post but he does not say bios ok then lets say its software only then take the drive put it on another computer ID it as a slave and go into the windows OS files find the files related to passwords on the OS and delete the files , that or just back up the stuff you want off the drives reformat and reinstall the OS when you put the drive back as a master in the computer it came from,

              to easy

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              • #37
                The problem is already solved.
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                • #38
                  Yes all up and running. My grandchildren are very pleased I wish I had bought more There were about 25 on the waggon along with a couple of lazer colour printers some flat screen monitors and numerous keyboards.
                  MBB
                  Last edited by malbenbut; 06-13-2010, 04:44 AM.

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