I have a HP 2000 model2b19WM and it ask's for administrator password or power on password and I have no clue what it is. After 3 tries, I get system disabled 92419063. This is my grandsons laptop that was returned to him from a friend.
I have a hp 2000-2b09WM windows 8. When I power it on I get a blue pop up that says "Enter Administrator Password or Power password" after three failed attempts I recieve a " System Disabled " with code 61085706.
I have HP 2000-412NR and I removed my bios power on administrator password by typing my old password and in the new password field, I put empty (did not type anything), and saved it. After power on it still ask me the administrator password, and now no matter what I typed, I always got incorrect password, disable code 52559062.
Laptop is model HP 2000-412NR Serial 5CB2012RD6 After purchasing a laptop from a pawn shop my girlfriend asked me to reformat and reinstall the OS. I restarted it and went to change boot priority and found that there is an administrator password.
At lockout it says System Disabled and gives the code 54254783
I have a Split 13 x2 M110dx. It's been awhile since we've used this PC and I was getting it running again when I ran into the ADMINISTRATOR PASSWRD OR POWER ON PASSWORD problem. As you know, the 3rd try locked me out with the error code SYSTEM DISALED 63389696. Now what do I do??
My son added an administrator or logon password to my HP Pavilion g7 notebook. I know the password but I want to remove this option from the computer so that I dont have to input the password everytime I turn on the computer. I called HP but my warranty expired about 2 months ago.
I'm no computer genius but I'm no 'dummy' either. I tried like heck to resolve this problem but just cannot figure it out. I called Dell cust svc but they want $49 to talk to INDIA! ugh.
I need a response from someone who at least "writes" English! Bought my mom a notebook a few years ago and it was just fine until recently when my niece
tried to get on and got the Administrator's login box (blank screen underneath) - nothing before it except the Windows logo with the little boxes blinking across. No matter what we do, it won't allow a bypass ......
When I turn the computer on a blue box comes up with "Enter administrator password or Power on Password. After three attempts a code error comes up with the following 50510665. How can I reset computer?
I just recently got around to dusting off my old work horse. But when I entered what I thought was my admin password, for the third time, I received a "System Disabled " prompt.How long does the system remain disabled and how can I reset/bypass the admin password?
Error Message: "Enter Administrator Password or Power On Password"
Changes made to system that caused issue to occur: Laptop was stolen from car two weeks before Christmas, but was recovered by police and returned to me a month later. Upon retrieval of laptop, the battery was dead and the power pack/cord & mouse wasn't returned with the laptop. I had a dell power pack/cord that fit and used to turn on the computer. A black screen appeared with a blue box asking to "Enter Administrator Password or Power On Password." After 4-5 attempts to enter the password that was set for windows, the system disabled itself. I would have to remove the battery and plug in power cord to reset the computer which continues to ask to "Enter Administrator Password or Power On Password." I do not want to restore or reset the computer by losing all my personal data that was stored prior to it being stolen. Is there anyway to override this or is there a "generic password" to use as a bypass this screen to get it to operate and back to the Windows login screen?
It's really annoying that I have to sign in with my password every single time my computer wakes up and/or restarts, etc. Is there a way to bypass that initial password when I'm the only one that uses the computer? It's an Aspire V5 572P 4824, Windows 8.1 64 bit.