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How to unlock bios password Dell Latitude d600
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by:rbtumlin
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Thanks
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anybody
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by:nobus
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You can't remove the password, without knowing it !
modern laptops keep it in a security chip - for anti-theft reasons
resetting the bios does not help;  nor does removing the battery, since the password is not in there
you would need to know in what chip it is, and how to reset that
you have to turn it in to the manufacturer, and show proof of ownership - then they can help
or replace the mobo !
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by:jarrod_williams
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Hi their!

Their is a program that you can use to clear the BIOS, called ULTIMATE BOOT CD for windows.

Download it from the following link:http://www.ubcd4win.com/

Then burn it to a CD and boot with the CD and follow the instructions.

Hope it helps!
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by:t-max
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Have you tried post number 7 from this thread?
It will lead you here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic90285.html
I hope it helps. G' luck!
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jamietoner earned 500 total points
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Contact dell, verify ownership, get the master password.
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by:rbtumlin
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good man
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by:nobus
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iposted that BEFORE jamie - and should be credited as such at least partially imo !
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by:jamietoner
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Yep you did I missed it too.
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