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help on ibm

By shakeelno1 ·
I have ibm p3 think pad a22m the prob with bios pass so i need your help with this kindly on ramusha2004 on yahoo id.

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TR does not assist in password removal ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to help on ibm

No way Jos?.

You need to approach Lenovo, or take it to a shop for repair.

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

by OH Smeg In reply to help on ibm

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You only have one option here and that is to take it to an Authorized IBM/Levono Service Agent and get them to clear the Passwords. This will also delete any Encryption Keys that may be in the NB so your ability to look at anything on the HDD is nonexistent but you will at least be able to reload the NB and use it again.

If you must set a BIOS Password you should make a record of it and store in in a place where it will not get misplaced or otherwise lost.

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