Bios Password

By azli.adnan ·
I hved a notebook acer aspire 4310. I need to setup windows for the pc but it seems like do not recognized my hard disk. I need to go to bios but it asked for a password. I don't have the password. Anyone can help me to solve my problem..thank you very much indeed

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Simple answer ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Bios Password

Go back to whoever you stole the laptop from and apologise for all the inconvenience and heartache you may have caused them.

Then, over an informal drink, you can mention that it was the BIOS password that stumped you.

If they can see the funny side of it they might even tell you what the password was.

Then again - they may not!

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That has got to be the ultimate best way

by The Scummy One In reply to Simple answer ...

to gain a friend AND a BIOS PW

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TR members do not assist password recovery. Do not respond to this thread

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Bios Password

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Here you need to take the NB to an Authorized Acer Service Agent and pay them to remove the Password. Of course you'll be required to prove that ti is actually your's and that it's not stolen.


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