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    Here's a good challange for your gurus =) (lost both os & bios pwds)

    Issue solved!! Change the date to 2002/01/02 in bios with the user level account. Save and reboot. When the enter password window appears hit "Alt + R", a "Enter rescue password" window will appear, with 2002/01/02 date showing (if not the code won't work), enter the following rescue...
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    Here's a good challange for your gurus =) (lost both os & bios pwds)

    I've seen it done, its a very meticulous process...I prefer to work with towers.
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    Here's a good challange for your gurus =) (lost both os & bios pwds)

    Thanks for the offer, but I don't part with any hardware unless the HDD has been wiped, which is not my case. I'll try to do it. I fixed black hawks, how hard can this be...
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    Here's a good challange for your gurus =) (lost both os & bios pwds)

    Thanks for the prompt reply...I already knew this, thats why I mentioned the fact that its a laptop...I personally have never taken one apart..I'm sure I can do it...its putting it back together that worries me =) -Buddha
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    Here's a good challange for your gurus =) (lost both os & bios pwds)

    Hey guys, this is my first post, so hello to everyone and thank you for your replies. I just dug up my old laptop which was supposed to have a failed motherboard, but to my delightful surprise it boots up just fine. Its an ASUS GL551. The problem is this...I do not have admin access to...
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