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Basic BIOS password crack

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking Tips' started by vishal sharma, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. Darren71

    Darren71 New Member

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    Anyone have an Idea how to get pass a bios password for an ASUS M51sn
    I have tried all the passwords on the first page, pulled the laptop apart and not found a cmos battery to remove, bought a program to reset cmos - which reset the cmos clock and maybe the default settings but didn't clear the password .. any help appericiated
     
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    Simple thing I remember is get out BIOS battery, through it on land, again put it back, it will works :D
     
  3. Darren71

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    I have pulled the laptop apart (as much as i could) looking for a battery but couldn't find one, i believe it maybe a soldered unit on the motherboard
     
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    have you tried looking at jumper configuration for CMOS, else removing the battery and keeping it away for some time would actually reset the CMOS to factory settings and erase BIOS settings.
     
  5. Darren71

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    Yeah I've tried to find a jumper set on it.. I will leave the battery out for a week and see how it goes, Took it back to the store they don't want to know about it .. told them I paid $2200 for a laptop with a password stopping me from changing setting i need to change.. they called ASUS and all they say is yeah we can reset it but its gonna cost you $100 plus frieght to send it interstate for a password they left/set on it.. getting very frustrated with it all :beadyeyes
     
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    I have a dell inspiron 9300 which I got in trade for some work I did for someone. How he got it I have no idea. when I turn it on it asks for the bios password. Is there a backdoor password that can be used?
    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
     
  7. SaswatPadhi

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    Each Dell Inspiron has a master password which will clear the BIOS password. You can get this number by calling Dell Technical Support at (800)624-9896.

    Dell Technical Support will request the Service Tag and Express Service Code from the bottom of your Inspiron.

    If you were not the original owner of the Inspiron, Dell will transfer registration of the used Inspiron from the original owner with only the Service Tag and Express Service Code from the tag on the laptop.
     
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    hi,
    i have a dell inspiron 1000 with a bios password that shows up when you turn it on. can somebody help me remove this password, please?
    thanks.
     
  9. CrackMe

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    You should try all the universal bios passwords available for your BIOS manufacturer. If that doesn't help, flash the BIOS and see if it helps.
     
  10. peixinho

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    hi all

    i have this problem !!

    MY FRIEND HAS A NOTEBBOK PRESARIO COMPAQ 2516EA AND WINDOWS XP SERVICE PACK 1 I TRIED TO INSTALL A NEW SO SERVICE PACK 2 AND WANTED TO DELETE ALL THE BEFORE ON THE DISK HAVING ONLY 40 GB AVAIABLE .... SO I GET THIS MESSAGE WHEN I TRY TO BOOT ... pxe-e61:media test failure check cable .. ??

    I TRY TO GO TO BIOS AND SEE IF HARD DISCK WAS FINDED AND ASKING ME FOR A PASSWORD ASKED MY FRIEND SHE DISN'T INSERT ANY PASSWORD OR DOESN'T REMEMBER YOU KNOW WOMEN HEHEHE AND SO I CAN CONFIGURE THE BIOS OR ENTER BELIEVE ME I ALREADY TRIED ALL BACK DOORS PASSWORD , BUT STILL I CAN'T GET IN IS THERE A PROGRAM THAT I CAN RUN RESETING THE PASSWORD OF BIOS AND TRY TO RECONFIGURE THE NOTEBOOK ??

    NOTE THAT I ALREADY TAKE OUT THE BATTERY OF BIOS LEFT FOR ONE NIGHT WITH OUT NO HARDWARE CONECTED HDD, BATTERY, ETC

    I DON'T KNOW WHAT MORE TO DO !!
    PLEASE IF SOMEONE KNOWS A PROGRAM TO RUN ON A USB I APRECIATE THE HELP !!

    BEST REGARDS

    ARTUR PEIXINHO

    arturpeixinho@hotmail.it
     
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    This is driving me nuts. I'm trying to get past the bios/hard drive password on an Inspiron 6000. I've tried all the less drastic measures, and now I'm down to shorting the bios with a paperclip. I've done it before with other laptops, but I can't find the CMOS chip, nor do I know which pins to short on this model. The user manual dell provides doesn't have a diagram of the mobo. Can anyone help?
     
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    I have a COMPAQ MINI 702EA which has a power on password set. You simply get a glimpse of the startup screen before it disapears and you are prompted for this password, I have tried the CMOS reset with no luck, I believe the password is on the EEPROM and I cant find any jumpers, dipswitches on the motherboard. A recovery tool would need to be on a USB stick. Can anyone suggest what to do before I throw this notebook on the scrap pile!!! Thanks
     
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    hi............
    it's noce forum
    thank u.....................
     
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    hey easy way and secret way to solve problem if u see the password screen has a blinking cursor like "_" the simple way of cracking is type "?" question mark key press shift key and then "/" button near down "enter" key many times like "????????????????????" it will show 8----k 8------ now it will start windows:D hope it works
     
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    RECOVERY IF YOU CAN BOOT THE SYSTEM
    If you can boot the system, BIOS password recovery is usually easy. The first thing you will want to do is to use a BIOS password cracker to recover the actual password. There are a large number of BIOS password crackers available from a variety of sources. Some BIOS crackers only work with certain BIOS versions and some work better than others. You may have to try a number of crackers before you find one that works.

    Some BIOS’ have pre-installed backdoor passwords that enable access to the system if you have lost or forgotten your password. Attempting to regain access to the computer by using one of the following backdoor passwords should be your first step if you have lost or forgotten your BIOS password and cannot boot your computer. If you are able to regain access to your system by using a backdoor password, you can then use a password cracker to reveal the stored password or enter the BIOS setup to change the password. These backdoors are more likely to work on older desktop systems. We are not aware of any name brand laptops or notebooks that have backdoor BIOS passwords.


    At boot-up note the BIOS provider (Award, AMI, Phoenix, IBM, etc.)

    For Award BIOS’ try these backdoor passwords:
    AWARD_SW
    j262
    HLT
    SER
    SKY_FOX
    BIOSTAR
    ALFAROME
    Lkwpeter
    j256
    AWARD?SW
    LKWPETER
    syxz
    ALLy
    589589
    589721
    awkward
    CONCAT
    d8on
    CONDO
    j64
    szyx

    For AMI BIOS’ try these backdoor passwords:

    AMI
    BIOS
    PASSWORD
    HEWITT RAND
    AMI?SW
    AMI_SW
    LKWPETER
    A.M.I.
    CONDO

    For PHOENIX BIOS’ try this backdoor password:

    phoenix
     
  16. manasranjandash

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    Hello noce forum
     
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    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i got a laptop "lenovo S10" from school, the problem is that i can't access BIOS coz its locked AND i can't access Administrator coz it's locked as well and they made an account for me that doesn't have previllage to open/install/uninstall programs, only some programs i can open like office, media player, softwares that doesn't need Administrator previlage, the worst thing is that it doesn't have a CD ROM.
    i'm f***en confused and don't know wht to do its like being in JAIL doesn't have permission to do almost anything
    pls somebody HELP :(((((((((
     
  18. ashish0121

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    hi!!!!!!!!!!!! you can do it, first u can disconnect your CPU from power supply and open your CPU, and search battery in main board, put out from main board your battery.and again set there battery. here is reset your SYSTEM,And you can crack your BIOS Password
     
  19. unni krishnan.r

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    An eazy way is to take the bios battery and put it once more
     
  20. The_ParamoreFan

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    hi. i have a lenovo s10e from school. if been trying to unlock it for ages, ive tryed almost everything. If there is a way to unlock the bios password can someone please tell me!!! i need a way that doesnt invovle taking the back cover off cause if i take it off it locks the system compleatly. someone please help me!!!
     

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