Dell Bios Password Removal
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Here is a short example list of the supported
Dell bios password ending 595B models (not every model is
listed):
Dell Latitude: C600 C610 C640 C800 C810 C840 D400 D410 D420 D430 D500 D505 D510 D520 D530
D531 D600 D610 D620 D630 D630c D631 D800 D810 D820 D830 100L 110L 120L
Dell Inspiron: B120 B130 500m 600m 630m 640m 700m 1100 1150 1300 E1405 1420 1501 1525 1535
1536 1545 E1505 1520 1521 1525 E1705 1720 1721 5100 6400 9100 9200 9300 9400
Dell XPS: M1210 M1330 M1710 M1730 M2010 M140 M170 Gen 2 Gen2
Dell Precision: M20 M40 M50 M60 M65 M70 M90 M2300 M4300 M6300
Vostro Notebook: 1400 1500 A840 A860

Here is a short example list of the
Dell bios password ending 2A7B models (not every model is listed):
Dell Latitude: E4200 E4300 E5400 E5500 E6400 E6500
Dell Precision: M2400 M4400 M6400



ALL WE NEED FROM YOU IS THE SERVICE TAG OF THE LAPTOP (ENDING WITH 595B or 2A7B) IN
ORDER TO CALCULATE THE MASTER PASSWORD FOR YOU.

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Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt           
       
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steve k         Feb 07, 2004, 11:53am EST         Report Abuse
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This laptop was purchased off of eBay 2 years ago. The person who purchased this laptop does not know any of
the original owners information. This is the message that appears when we power on the computer:

"This computer system is protected by a password authantication system. You cannot access the data on this
computer without the correct password. Please type in the primary or administrator password and hit enter."

I have opened it up and disconnected the CMOS battery. Left it disconnected overnight. Put everything back
together, power on and still get the same message. I have also tried switching out the hard drive and get the same
thing. So I dont think it is a hard drive password. Also tried the KILLCMOS program. From what I could see, there
were no clear cmos jumpers.

Any ideas?

>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Is there a jumper on the motherboard to disable/enable password? Some motherboards do have this facility.

steve k         Feb 07, 2004, 12:21pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
there is no jumper that i can see. it has been disassembled completely

Richard Dyson         Feb 07, 2004, 12:31pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Bios passwords in some laptops are stored in a special chip on the motherboard and the only way to bypass this
password is to replace this laptop security chip. Some laptop bios passwords cannot be bypassed or reset by
removing or shorting the cmos battery.

ROY G         Feb 07, 2004, 12:34pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
If you are saying you can`t use the laptop like this than reformat,and do a clean install. All will be ok.

Richard Dyson         Feb 07, 2004, 12:38pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Alternatively you can call Dell, You need to provide them with the service tag and the BIOS rev and than you can
unlock your BIOS password with their master password.

steve k         Feb 08, 2004, 12:17am EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
1) Dell won't help because the person who owns the pc now is not the original owner. She bought it on eBay and
has none of the original owners information. Therefore, a transfer of ownership is out of the question and Dell will
not help.

2) tried many different boot up disks. Used both floppy and cd rom methods. The problem is that the computer
instantly boots up to the previously stated error message. I cannot get any further than that message.

Shadow_Ops_Airman1         Feb 08, 2004, 12:45am EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
dyson, it wouldnt hurt to remove the battery anyway.

AMD Athlon XP-M 2500+ (133x14= 1867MHz) (209x11= 2299MHz)
DFI LP NF2 Ultra-B (Hellfire 3EG Rev2)
Antec SX800, Neo HE 500, 4 Antec 8CM Fans
Thermalright SI-97 1 Antec Tricool 12CM Fan
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Shadow_Ops_Airman1         Feb 08, 2004, 12:51am EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
u never know how laptops are setup.

AMD Athlon XP-M 2500+ (133x14= 1867MHz) (209x11= 2299MHz)
DFI LP NF2 Ultra-B (Hellfire 3EG Rev2)
Antec SX800, Neo HE 500, 4 Antec 8CM Fans
Thermalright SI-97 1 Antec Tricool 12CM Fan
CL SB XFi Xtreme Music
2x Barracuda HDs (250/400)
2x Samsung Write
Thomas Vander Vliet         Feb 09, 2004, 08:31am EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Have you tried re-flashing the bios?

Ricardo Sanchez-Galan         Feb 09, 2004, 09:24am EST         Report Abuse
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Edited: Feb 09, 2004, 09:25am EST
      
>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
hi .. i was browsing thru some webpages and found this. i am a Dell tech support representative and this is a
common one seen here (people buying computers from eBay with bios passwords on them without knowing who
was the previous owner). first you will need to contact customer service to do the ownership transfer of that system
for it to be registered to you. explain them that you bought it from eBay and you dont have any contact information
from the previous owner. if the system is not flagged as stolen than you will be able to do the ownership transfer.
than after the system is registered to you (as it will appear here at tech support) you will be able to give the
information and they will give you out the master password on that system. there is no other way to unlock that
password as that system does not has a password reset jumper nor a password chip that is removable, the only
other option you might have is to get a motherboard replacement on that system which could be somewhat
expensive. hope this is helpful.

PS: flashing the bios will not help

steve k         Feb 16, 2004, 10:14pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Thanks all for all of the suggestions. I have tried all and still am unable to get into the system.

Ricardo-I have tried your option and the customer service rep I spoke to said they were unable to help me without
having the previous owners info. Is there someone else in Dell I can contact?

Bruce Aurand         Feb 25, 2004, 05:32pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Note: This is for Dell CP and CPI Latitudes, it has not been tried on other models. Another way to crack it is to
create a short in the 24c02 chip (the markings on the top of the chip) between pins 3 and 6 when you power on!
Before you try that though, remove the hard-drive and see if you get the same error.
If NOT, than it is a Hard-drive password and not a system password. This fix is for a system BIOS password only. A
new Hard-drive should fix it if it boots w/o the hard-drive or is cleared of a system BIOS password.
The chip is below the processor so you have to solder two very small wires and bring them outside the laptop than
reinstall the processor. Short the two wires and power on! Pin 1 is the one with the dot in the corner. Next pin on
the same side is 2 than 3,4, and 5,6,7,8 going around the corner with pin 8 being across from pin1. The power on
password will be disabled and you will be able to access the system settings via the F2 during bootup as if it was
never there. This works for me, works great.
Only catch is…if there is also a hard-drive password, it will not disable that one and you will get the same
message. But at least you will be able to put in a new hard-drive and use the laptop. I haven’t figured out a fix for
the hard-drive one yet, except I may try to adapt a cable to connect the laptop drive to a desktop pc and than I
should be able to Fdisk it etc. (the laptop looks for the password protection, I doubt the desktop will especially
another brand.) You could try to install the hard-drive in another brand laptop. Perhaps than you can Fdisk it etc.
to reclaim it.
For those of you who are not accustomed to soldering PC boards. Make sure the wire does not touch other pins or
the case. Do NOT OVERHEAT the chip! Work in short sets of applying heat and let it rest a few minutes between
attempts if you can not get it to attach right away. No more than 8 seconds at a time at low temp setting.
I used some old “wire-wrap” wire. It is very-very small, single solid strand, and insulated. Be sure to ground the
solder iron to the case just before you solder and REMOVE THE BATTERY FIRST!

George Bull         Feb 28, 2004, 07:57pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
Hey - this definitely works! I had a couple of CPi chassis sulking in a corner just waiting for the light of day - one a
266 and one a 400. Although the 24C02 were in different locations under the CPU, they both worked a treat. Just
to clarify the procedure, as Bruce says you short the pins, press the power button, remove the short, key F2 to go
into bios, ESC out of bios and the password is gone. Many thanks Bruce - I can clear the corner now!

Haldun AYDIN         Feb 29, 2004, 05:56am EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt

EMERGENCY
Dear firends

I have bought a second hand Dell Latitude CPi D266xt, I cant reach the first owner and I dont know the bios
supervisor password,

My english is poor,Please help me quickly as soon as possible, And tell me What can I do myself with a easy
english.
aydinhaldun@hotmail.com

Miles Fred         Mar 06, 2004, 09:34pm EST         Report Abuse
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>> Re: Forgotten BIOS or Boot password for Dell Latitude CPi D266xt
OK so you all know about the CPi D266xt but what about say a latitude CPTS600St i am having problem trying to
gain acces to the CPU board that has the copper heat sink on it, so that i can try and find the bios chip, is anyone
familiar with where the bios chip is, there are the main board, another easily removeable board which what appear
to be 3 or posibly 4 batteries on it this board is a plug in about 3 by 5 inches, the other board which apparently
houses the CPU is somewhat difficult to remove with out undue force that could possibly result in damage, any
experts out there that are armed with info well please share, same damn deal, i plugged my laptop into a docking
station that triggered the administrator, primary password protocol and well no password no go, however the
password to the harddrive remains unchanged which i can access, i want to try the shorting with the soldered wires
trick before resorting to replacing the bios chip, so every one share your knowledge please.