How to unlock hp laptop?

By mommy_0709 ·
I bought an hp laptop from a fleamarket and my daughter was just pressing buttons and it locked. How can i unlock it if i dont have a password and i didnt set up an administrator.

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find who sold it to you and ask them

by .Martin. In reply to How to unlock hp laptop?

we, as IT Professionals, will not help you hack, crack or in any other way get around the windows password.

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

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to How to unlock hp laptop?

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In this case you need to contact a Authorized HP Service Center and pay them to unlock the system. After that it would be a very good idea not to allow children to play with things like this unsupervised. Computers are not a very good babysitter and have been known in the past to cause children to come to severe harm.

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