Bios Password Unlock Service
BIOS passwords cannot be recovered. If you have forgotten one of the passwords
that is set in the BIOS, resetting the CMOS or NVRAM helps reset the BIOS to
factory default settings and remove the passwords from the BIOS. WARNING:
Clearing the CMOS or NVRAM using a jumper resets the passwords in the BIOS.
you turn on your device,
you should wait for the screen with a password.
Here you will find ServiceTag. It’s a string of seven digits
- for example, HNGPQ13-8FC8, 1234567-E7A8
- In the figure above there is the service Tag( system number)
- Then go to
password pages regarding your laptop brand Dell ,Hp,Lenovo,Asus, Acer,Apple,Samsung,Sony,Toshiba.
enter your service tag there and click send button to send the information to us
For further queries contact us
How To Enter Password
If the keyboard type on your notebook is German ( QWERTZ ) or French ( AZERTY ), connect a USB keyboard with QWERTY type Restart your laptop before any password attempt Enter the password slowly. Pay attention to big and small letters. Rewrite the password identically, as we sent you on e–mail.
Sometimes the password has non alphanumeric characters like [ or ]
After entering your password, press the left Ctrl key and continue holding it, press Enter twice
If you have locked bios settings, don't press OK button. Always use CTRL + ENTER combination
If you failed for the first time to removethe password, restart your computer and try again.