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Remove hard drive password from laptop such as:

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ACER: Acer aspire, Acer TravelMate, Acer Extensa, Acer Ferrari .

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How To Make your Laptop Stop asking for the HDD password after you
finally received the Primary or Administrator password.

Once you received your hard drive password from biospwd.com you will be able to type in the HDD password and use your laptop, but it
will continue  to ask for the hard drive password until you disable it,

To disable the HDD 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 hard drive 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 hard drive 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 HDD password as nothing, and as you left the HDD 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 HDD 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.
How to Set Passwords on a Laptop

If the security of your laptop is important to you there are two levels of protection obtainable by setting passwords on
your hp laptop. One level of password security will protect your documents from intrusion, while the second level will
protect your entire laptop from intruders. But since any password security plan is only as strong as the words
themselves, make sure you don't choose passwords that are based on real-life data that could be uncovered with
good sleuthing, like your birth date, or words that could be easily "guessed" by people who know you.


1 At boot up press F1 or F2 and enter the BIOS program.

2 Navigate to "Security". Set a difficult-to-guess but memorable password to lock the laptop completely. Record this
password somewhere secure, separate from your laptop case.

3 Click "Save and Exit" and reboot the computer. When the computer reboots you'll be asked to enter the BIOS
password before Windows will load to your desktop. There is no way the average person can defeat this BIOS
password, not even by using the well-known "Safe Mode Workaround" available in Windows XP.

4 Click on "Start" and then "Control Panel".

5 Click on the "User Accounts" icon. Enter your preferred User Name (or nickname) and enter a suitable password.
Most people make the mistake of using the same password universally; frustrate intruders by entering a password that
is different from the HDD password you entered for the BIOS.


6 Set the administrative clearance for this account. Since you are the owner of the laptop, give yourself full
"Administrative" powers by checking that box. You, as the administrator, can also limit the powers and access of others
who may use or "visit" your hp laptop: click the "Limited Account" setting to restrict the access of other users. Click
"Save" and exit Control Panel.


7 Click "Start" and then "Restart" to reboot your laptop properly and "set" these changes. When your hp reboots you
will have to enter the hard drive password to load Windows.


8 Enter your personal account password next to open your personal Windows User Account and start using your laptop.

9 all done
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