I just got an older HP Pavilion G6 laptop and it has a bios password. The guy that gave it to me gave a few passwords to try but none of them work. After trying a few times i get this error message "System Disable 66185300". How to bypass this error and get into the bios.
So I know the power on password for my hp pavillion 360 laptop however no matter how many times I change the administrator password by using cmd net user admininistrator when I try and go back and axcesss bios settings it asks for an administrator password. When I try the one I just set three times I get this error code.. 85986809
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 trying to fix my neighbours computer, it's a Pavilion dm3 and somehow she managed to completly lock the system. When it boots it just asks for the administrator password and will not continue to boot, not even bios menu is available.
I've read some other posts on this forum that the way to unlock it is to post the "halt code" given when 3 passwords have failed, in my case that code is: 51019908
Also, how does one even end up in this state, I've never seen this kind of lockdown before?
I have a pavilion dm3 that we have not used in a long time. I plugged it in and it asks for an administator password or power on password, after three tries it says system disabled and gives a code 68878601
I have a Pavilion G60 that is stuck with the following number . I tried the BIOS password request 3 times and received: System Disable . How do I get around this? I do not know what the password is and tried password, enter, and then PASSWORD before the number showed up. What do I do next?
I just purchased a new Pavilion m7-1015dx Laptop and need to make the System Recovery Discs ... (which I realize restores the Laptop to factory default).. btw, I've already created the System Repair Disc.
However, I read an article about creating a System Backup Image that allows you to Recovery EVERYTHING if lost, all your installed programs, etc.
First Question ::: if I do the System Backup IMAGE ... Do I still need to create the System Recovery disc's (mfg's default) also??
The Second Question ::: If I create the System Recovery discs do I still need that Recovery Partition ??
I am really really wanting to partition my C: drive ... it's huge plus I hate seeing storage folders intermingled with system folders .. Currently using a Symbol/Character to separate them.
As of now, I can't partition the C:drive as all partitions are used.. max is 4 and I've got 4 .... C:drive, System Partition, HPTools Partition, and Recovery Partition.