So he talks from experience and tells you how it can be done. So please shop around, and don’t buy information that is already freely supplied This thread is for free and manufacture support only This goes for members asking for help, and members trying to support too. Your name or email address: Pretty sure I’ll see it get posted here again one day for support required Note: I have an HP Omnibook and my hash code is
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Still, it should be able to perhaps help someone i. Again, this is not something atapwf average user may know how to do, but may help some more advance users get pointers to the solution of re-using locked ATA drives.
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But nothing will come up but the password prompt, this is atqpwd it shows the boot screen for a couple of seconds, and there is nothing on it but showing that it is a phoenix bios 4. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment.
I had a listing somewhere but I can’t find it, I’ll post it here if I do. Why isn’t the battery on it accessible? Results 1 to 9 of 9. Anyway, as this is outside the scope of these forums, that’s probably about as much help as you’re going to get here, unless someone from these forums has, or can track down, atapwd so we could then update our link to it on the wiki, should it ever be necessary.
If not, you have bigger problems. Anyway, it’s up to you what kind of information you want in your board.
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Hi All, I’ve come across a locked drive that I’d like to get into and my search lead me here http: Those trying to get rid of hard drives locked with ATA-3 passwords should look at this page: Probably cheaper just to buy another one, though I have never had to unlock one of those drives other than atapad Xbox many years back But in current mostly HDD cant be unlocked by free tools. I hate rapidshare too. This is not normally possible Some drives have a secret way of clearing the lock usually accessed over serial on two of the drive’s jumper pins but this normally involves low-level formatting the entire drive surface first before it allows the lock to be reset Logged some kind of ARM guy.
No, create an account now. It may not be the “straight answer” to the average user, but it would’ve certainly helped me if I had to unlock a drive. So he talks from experience and tells you how it can be done. As been atapsd on this thread time and time again.
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Unless you have access to a key generator that can give you a master code for your password, of course The default values of the CMOS allowed for the new drive in the Presario I was fixing to install fine, etc, so no need for aip BIOS password, thank god.
Unfortunatly I do not know the password. The reason why this won’t work is because this little feature is not stored in the BIOS on the motherboard.
Logged Welp, my iriver H10 20GB is out of commission again. As far as I know its perfectly safe. Well I just talked about that, one post back! Unfortunatly if you press this it wont let me access the boot options.
I have only just begun with the forums, so I can’t holler at just one person yet. What a waste that was They are not like Dell, HP want the laptop back to remove the password, absolutely ridiculous!
Atpawd I will stumble across something, thanks anyway. Or try Googling for a cheaper alternative cheaper than HP that is Edit: Sorry couldn’t be of much help.
Hey everyone, I am new here and I am having the exact same problem. What I think you’re up against is a sip lock provided by the manufacturer of the drive.
It would be wise for you to not post anymore Spam links or useless further info, as it is generally just wasting space on this thread. So I do hope that someone else can help you freely with your Hash code or whatever HP use.