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Old 04-10-2013, 22:22   #1621 (permalink)
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sure this is service tag with suffix
s.t. no 7kbmyn1 - 2A7B

thanks a lots
Password:
P7fU0dogEQYhB9RO --zero between U and d, last char is O as in Olive--
Instructions:
Passwords are for QWERTY keyboard only (standard US). Case sensitive. Some units only require pressing <enter> after password, some require pressing <ctrl>+<enter> after password and some require holding down <ctrl> while pressing <enter> once or twice.
Please report back with results. Good luck.
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Thumbs up yes it worked thanks a lot

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Password:
P7fU0dogEQYhB9RO --zero between U and d, last char is O as in Olive--
Instructions:
Passwords are for QWERTY keyboard only (standard US). Case sensitive. Some units only require pressing <enter> after password, some require pressing <ctrl>+<enter> after password and some require holding down <ctrl> while pressing <enter> once or twice.
Please report back with results. Good luck.
dear sir yes its amazing, it worked i am highly obliged, do tell me if i can do anything to return this favour.. my best wishes
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:17   #1623 (permalink)
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Hi guys , got here a dell inspiron 1525

Service tag - 7pty44j
express code 167-994-312-67

need the admin password into bios for i can change bios features.
thk in advance
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:21   #1624 (permalink)
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dell latitude E5530
#1XV9LV1-1D3B bios password plz help
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Old 04-11-2013, 13:24   #1625 (permalink)
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Dell Inspirion 1525 bios password

I have a Dell Inspirion 1525 and need the administrator password in BIOS to change the boot menu.

The service tag is

4gc324j

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Old 04-11-2013, 18:56   #1626 (permalink)
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Dell Latitude E6430

Hi,
Would someone please help me out with the bios password for my laptop E6430 8MW88W1-1D3B

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Old 04-11-2013, 20:36   #1627 (permalink)
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XPS l502x

Dear,

Kindly provide me the Password/Unlock Key for "XPS l502x"
service tag 2DJ52S1
Unlock Key Hint Number "930D1AA1"

Many Thanks,
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Old 04-11-2013, 20:40   #1628 (permalink)
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Hello, I have a Dell Inspiron M5010, Service Tag# 8H9N5N1 and Admin Password Lock is set. I called Dell and received two passwords that did not work ( ip1egitw ) and ( D1F71028 ). I was told to enter password and hit enter, then told to hit Ctrl then enter, then told to try Ctrl, then =, then enter and none worked. any other ideas?
Thank you, Mike
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Old 04-11-2013, 22:39   #1629 (permalink)
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Okay, here's an update...after several days of researching how to reset my Dell M5010 Bios Password, I came across a tool that did it Its an ISO file, after rebooting computer with cd in drive (And was already set to boot from CD first), it let me change my service tag to the EXACT same one. It cleared the Bios to default and unlocked it
It does start up saying Windows 98 and I have Windows 7 but I just followed the simple few steps (And I am not computer literate at all). Here's the link to the 2.28mb DL ... Dell Bios Editing / Removing Bios Lock / Changing Service / Asset Tag Software Here
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Old 04-12-2013, 00:22   #1630 (permalink)
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dell latitude E5530
#1XV9LV1-1D3B bios password plz help

1XV9LV1-1D3B
Sorry, but free support for that model is not available yet.
Looks like your options are limited to either contacting Dell support (They can help you) Here:
RouteTo
or pay a commercial password site.
Such as:
Bios Password Recovery -This site owner is kind enough to offer us a break. This is discount code for gsmhosting users: D972026940
Code is valid till April 30th.
Just enter this code before Paypal processing.

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Old 04-12-2013, 00:25   #1631 (permalink)
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I have a Dell Inspirion 1525 and need the administrator password in BIOS to change the boot menu.

The service tag is

4gc324j

Thanks
Try one of these:
vimbnlkw --small L between n and k--
a8yfrzdi
lFVE4Z1200UcHSwO
--begins with small L, zeros between 2 and U, ends with O as in Olive--
Instructions:
Passwords are for QWERTY keyboard only (standard US). Case sensitive. Some units only require pressing <enter> after password, some require pressing <ctrl>+<enter> after password and some require holding down <ctrl> while pressing <enter> once or twice.
Please report back with results. Good luck.
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Old 04-12-2013, 00:26   #1632 (permalink)
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Hi,
Would someone please help me out with the bios password for my laptop E6430 8MW88W1-1D3B

Thank you
8MW88W1-1D3B
Sorry, but free support for that model is not available yet.
Looks like your options are limited to either contacting Dell support (They can help you) Here:
RouteTo
or pay a commercial password site.
Such as:
Bios Password Recovery -This site owner is kind enough to offer us a break. This is discount code for gsmhosting users: D972026940
Code is valid till April 30th.
Just enter this code before Paypal processing.

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Old 04-12-2013, 00:28   #1633 (permalink)
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Dear,

Kindly provide me the Password/Unlock Key for "XPS l502x"
service tag 2DJ52S1
Unlock Key Hint Number "930D1AA1"

Many Thanks,

XPS l502x
Sorry, but free support for that model is not available yet.
Looks like your options are limited to either contacting Dell support (They can help you) Here:
RouteTo
or pay a commercial password site.
Such as:
Bios Password Recovery -This site owner is kind enough to offer us a break. This is discount code for gsmhosting users: D972026940
Code is valid till April 30th.
Just enter this code before Paypal processing.

As always, be careful who you send money to.
No matter which direction you decide to go, Please report back with who you used and your thoughts on their service.
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Old 04-12-2013, 15:56   #1634 (permalink)
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hi guys

hey guys ,

I have here a computer we bought for the store in 2 hand , its a dell inspiron 1525 , service tag - 7pty44j , i canęt change defenition on the bios since it locked the admin password .
thk in advance
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Please could I have a BIOS password for a Dell Latitude E5500?

System Number: 9QFTH4J-1F5A

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