__/ [suntacservice@xxxxxxxxx] on Monday 16 January 2006 04:35 \__
> Dear Roy,
> It is the BIOS password.BIOS Version A08, Phoenix technologies.
> BIOS screen appear that
> This computer system, #XSLSL**-D35B, is protected by a password
> authentication system. You cannot access the data on this computer
> without the correct password.Please type in the primary or
> administrator password and press<Enter>
__/ [William P.N. Smith] on Monday 16 January 2006 13:22 \__
> You need to call Dell, prove to them that you are the owner of record
> of that machine, and they will give you a back-door password.
You should also be able to drain the battery on the motherboard (not
recommended) or find the jumper on the methoerboard which resets (clears)
the password. This requires knowledge of how to open up your laptop though.
Again, not recommended unless you are an engineer or are willing to take the
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