My name is Daniel Aklipi and this is my first post on this website, and I hope that I'm doing it right.
I have a Gateway MT3705 laptop and until recently it was working fine. My 6 year old son somehow set a password on the BIOS. It took me the whole day to open up my laptop, find the BIOS battery, remove it and reset the CMOS. So I did that and the BIOS password was indeed gone. But now, instead of asking for the BIOS password I'm being asked for a HDD password on boot up and I have no idea what to do.
Thanks in advance.
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I found a site (HERE) which had this to say:
Removing the HDD Password is possible for almost every drive currently manufactured. Data recovery firms usually have the knowledge, so I can suggest you to find some data recovery company in your location to perform this task (this …
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I dont know of a way to do that, Thats why data recovery companies are there I guess.
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