Is your dell inspiron 1440 laptop locked by a bios or hard drive password.
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unlocking dell inspiron bios or hard drive password step 1
provide only limited protection. These are using an operating system password, a BIOS password, or a hard disk
password.Operating System Password:The operating system will only provide protection to data if the operating system is running. A common technique to
circumvent this protection is to boot to an alternate W.P.R or windows password remover program.BIOS PasswordA BIOS password is a password that must be entered before the system will boot the operating system. However, these
are very easy to circumvent. Many BIOS’s have well-known backdoor passwords and some can be reset by simply
removing the CMOS battery this does not apply to dell laptop.More about BIOS:bios is an abbreviation for the Basic Input Output System. It is software that instructs the computer on how to do a
variety of basic functions, including how to load the operating system and the power-on self-test (POST). Certain
information used by the BIOS, such as the current time, is stored in CMOS.CMOScmos is a type of integrated circuit chip. This information is preserved by what is referred to as the “CMOS battery” and
it looks like a battery used for hearing aids.
BIOS Password Authentication and System Disabled Security on Dell Laptop:
Laptops in general have much better hardware security than PCs. Some of them even come with fingerprint reader built in.
Most laptops come with a very strong BIOS password capability that locks up the hardware and makes the laptop
completely unusable. And when it comes to Laptop BIOS Passwords, Dell has one of the hardest security to bypass, this is
the password that has to be entered before the operating system loads, usually on white screen that displays the service
tag number ending with 595B or 2A7B
Laptops store the BIOS password in a special chip, sometimes even hidden under the CPU, that is not affected when the
rest of the BIOS settings are reset. This makes the removal of a BIOS password on a laptop almost impossible. And the
Best way to unlock these laptop is using the BIOS master password which is offered on the top of this page.
Dell can generate a “master password” for a particular laptop (from their service tag) So can we, only we make it much
easier with no question asked. BIOS password can still be reset , usually by shorting two solder points on the motherboard
or by plugging a special plug in the printer port, etc. But it is very risky.
How To Make your Laptop Stop asking for the password after you finally received the Primary or Administrator password.
Once you received your master password from novatecdirect.com you will be able to type in the password and use your
laptop, but it will continue to ask for the Master password until you disable it,
To disable the password from you laptop you need to do the following steps!
1) look to your keyboard and find the F2 key usually on top of the number 2, now turn on or restart your laptop and keep
pressing the F2 every 1 second, and the laptop will ask you for the BIOS password again, type it in and press enter, you will
then go to the BIOS Setup Page.
2) once on the setup page, you will use the right arrow on your keyboard to navigate to the security tab, where it may say :
Supervisor password is: set
User password is: set
HDD password is: set
3) Now you will use the keyboard arrow to navigate down to the available options and you will press enter, in this step a window
will pop up asking you for the current password, this is the BIOS password or hard drive password that you received from us, so
type it in and press enter again,
now you can leave the box blank and just press enter to set the password as nothing, and as you left the password option blank
the computer will stop asking for password, do the same to the supervisor password option, hard drive password option and
user password option.
4) now navigate to the exit option on your right and choose the option exit saving changes and then pres enter again.
Note: instead of leaving the password in blank to disable it, you could just enter a new password something easier to
remember, and if pressing F2 every little second does not take you to the setup page, try F10, F1, and delete and insert,
some BIOS may look different but they follow a very standard procedure.