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Q: boot password on startup, don't recall setting password

Laptop with a boot password no one seems to remember setting.System disabled code: 68406303 Any help is appreciated.

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A: boot password on startup, don't recall setting password

Hi: Restart the PC and enter this unlock code... 77564925

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kids set a password, system disabled code 55757001


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A:Laptop with a boot password no one seems to remember setting

@Hate_KrTry: 40635027RegardsVisruth

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Machine has win7 Ultimate. I recently changed the hard drive. When I went boot, the screen displayed "Enter Password ". This machine has never had a password and I am at a loss as to what is wrong. This machine has previously been running well for over six months. Any HD that I substitute (I've tried four) has the same result.

A:Machine keeps asking for password on startup No password exists!

Did you try just hitting enter?

Also did you try clearing the BIOS password using the jumpers on the MB that are meant to clear the boot/BIOS password?

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Hi, I have a client who JUST about got nailed by the little b******s that push a fake virus page to you then give you a number to call etc etc. 
They called me JUST as they were ALSO on the phone with the scammer, and I got them to hang up before any serious damage could be done...especially to their VISA card!
However, the little buggers managed to put a start up password in Windows BEFORE you get to the users/login screen. This is where the fortunate part comes in. The client was WATCHING AND PAYING ATTENTION! (I know! How rare is that???)
The password used was 'inbound'.
So to use the computer, all you have to do is put in the password 'inbound' and you get to the login screen. 
The faker created a homegroup and a hidden homegroup admin account for himself. I got rid of the homegroup and that user, but try as I might, I can't find out where you go to get rid of that password requirement. 
Any ideas?
(Win 7 home on an Asus i5 laptop)

A:Getting rid of Win7 Startup Password requirement when you know the password!

Is the password box the same as what is shown on this page.That would be a System password that can be removed by copying the System   (Sam) Hive from the Regback folder of C:\Windows\System32\config\Regback. 
First option is to do a System Restore . Edit: It should be SAM hive. Sorry.
Second would be to use a live linux disk to rename the System Hive in C:\Windows\System32\config\ and copy the one from Regback. This would only work if the date on the System Hive in Regback is before the problem began.
Edit: There is a file on the page but I have never downloaded it or used it. I suggest you at least scan it with Virustotal if you wish to use it to disable the password box.

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If I set the BIOS "system password", does that actually set the SATA password?  I am using Optiplex 7040's combined with Intel SSD's that leverage the SATA password to encrypt the drive.

A:Does setting the BIOS "system password" actually set the SATA password?

No. The two passwords are completely separate.

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Hi, I work at a pawn shop, and we have a problem we have never encountered before.  This laptop, which is cleared and is now for sale in the shop, now asks for an administrator password or power on password.  It did not do this when it was brought in, nor when it was pulled from the back.  We were going to power it on for a customer, and it just started asking us for this password. I have seen in another post that you enter through it 3 times to get a code, so here is the code:61987774 Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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A:Remove Admin Password/ Power On Password on Boot Up

Please try this Password = 74685370 Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again  **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,KNRKAlthough I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP

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Call me a dunce....but I have a problem. I locked myself out of my administrator account and I can't go into safe mode because I also forgot my BIOS password. I really don't want to have to open up my computer and remove the BIOS, is there any other solutions that don't involve turning off my computer?

Im running Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3

A:Forgot Admin Password, as well as BIOS boot up password

Hi and welcome to TSF

I am sorry but forum rules prohibits us from helping with forgotten passwords.

A link to our rules can be found at the top of every page.

This post is closed.


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As far as I know, there has never been a password entered in this machine. Halt code is CNU9242XF7


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A:HP mini 1000 is asking for password on boot up. Password che...


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Hello there

So I'm experiencing strange BitLocker behaviour. I have this PC at work. Clean Windows 8 x64 installation, 3 HDD (AHCI), no SSD.

After I set up BitLocker to encrypt "C" partition, it gave me pop-up window, that I should restart PC to test the BitLocker loader. So I clicked Yes. And after few seconds I got this:

JPG IMAGE - http://www.eightforums.com/attachments/f1/f2/22871d1370880908t-very-strange-bitlocker-enter-password-startup-screen-5jkippr.jpg

Mind, I'm still ABLE TO type password (i can't see sh** though), after I hit enter Windows IS booting, but it's really weird to see above picture instead of:

My GFX is OK, I tested it with games, benchmarks etc.
BitLocker simply cannot, for whatever reason, use my video card properly and displays those weird lines. After all - it hasn't loaded the whole Windows yet. Than again, it IS a bit strange, as Windows installers tend to work fine.

Any thoughts people?

Kind Regards


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Hi, I have my Windows 8.1 PC's password policy set so that a password is not required when waking from sleep/shutdown. I used to be able to wake the PC from sleep and not put in a password, and I could turn the PC on after a shutdown without having to put in a password either. Since last week, though, when I turn my PC on, it will boot to the Windows loading screen and after loading for a bit, it will jump into the login screen and immediately report a login error that the username or password is incorrect. This happens before I even get a chance to type a username or password. The fact that I have to type in the username and password is strange because I have the PC set to bypass that option.

Can anyone tell me what's happening with this login error issue and how to fix it?


A:Password not required: "Password Incorrect" on startup

Hello MechaKong, and welcome to Eight Forums.

This usually happens when your password had not been entered correctly in netplwiz, or you had changed your password and didn't update it in netplwiz.

You could go through netplwiz again to enter your password again to sort it.

Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup

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I looked around and found most people have the opposite problem from me, but I didn't find a solution for my problem.

I have a desktop PC and a laptop connected via network cables to a hub.
I want to make all my files available on my desktop PC so I can access them from the laptop via the LAN, but there are other computers also connected to the HUB/LAN whom I don't want to give access to my files.

Thus I need to put a username/password on my desktop PC, so that when someone or I try to access it via the LAN, it must ask for a username and password before giving access to the files on the PC.

My desktop PC has Win XP Pro and the laptop has Win XP Home

How can I setup the password on my PC?

I have unselected "Simple file sharing" in Windows Exploprer.
But I struggle to setup the password when I try to share a folder with a password.

All help will be much apprecated.

A:Setting up password on pc on LAN

For the file/folder/drive to be shared give permission to a user account on the desktop. For any other computer to access it the other computer must be using an identical user account/password or at the time of access the account's password must be given. Since I don't use Advanced File Sharing I am not 100% positive this is how you do it.

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I have had my computer for ayear now but have never used a password.

I want to lock my computer from now on and so i need to set my password....the screen for doing this asks for the old password.

is there a default password?

because I never set one up but I had the store I bought my computer from load all my programs and set up my computer for me.

but they are out of business now..so I cant ask them


A:setting password

Hi bob,

Maybe they've used a password and then set it up to do an auto login using that password (so it was transparent for you but they could use it for administrative purposes like fixing something). Try to log out from your user and at the login screen, just press enter. If no password is needed, then leave that password field empty when adding a password from the Control Panel. If it requires a password and you can't get in touch with them... back up your files and format your computer... it's the easiest way to "recover" that password. There are some programs out there to help you crack/find that password but most of them will put spyware or malware in your PC so you'll end up formatting anyway.


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A neighbour of min recently told me that my wireless connection wasn't protected so it was likely that other people could access it.
So I've been trying to set a password for it.

Almost all "tutorials" appear to be using a Gateway or whatever you call it while I have a
I'm currenty using a SMC Networks Router, model SMCWBR14-G2.

So... When I type the into my browser I get a page from SMC that asks just for my password, no username. (Ill post a screenshot soon)
The problem is that I have no idea what the password is. I'm not sure if I ever set one, and if I did it doesn't seem to be one I'm familiar with.

Is there any default password for this model or any way to change it?

Thanks in advance.

A:Setting up a Password.

There is a default password for all Routers for the most part. It is listed in your router manual. If you did set a different password and forgot it, you can set the router back to the factory defaults so that you can input the default password and reconfigure the router. Once in there you will want to setup the Wireless Encryption. I suggest using WPA or WPA2 if all your computers support it.

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hi ive got a router but i dont know how to set up a password for it it is a linksys.

A:Setting up a password (WEP) for router

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I could use some help. I am building a database in Access 2007 and want to setup a login with a password that expires after a month. I'm an intermediate level programmer and I cannot for the life of me remember how to do this. Help please! Thanks

A:Setting a Password to Expire

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I have a laptop that was out of used for a couple of months due to a bad HDD. Now I have got a replacement HDD, I have problem remembering the password for the BIOS/CMOS setting. Please how do I reset or disable the password? Thanks for assisting.

A:BIOS Setting Password

that we cannot help with. Please check the rules page at www.techguy.org/rules.html.

closing thread, thanks for understanding.


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Recently, when trying to enter BIOS (an Asus motherboard), I was asked for a password. I have never set a password. Thus, the fact that I was asked for a password is unusual. I shutdown the computer, removed the CMOS battery, waited for a while, then started up the computer and hit "DEL" to enter the BIOS. This time, I was NOT asked for a password. I then boot into Windows 7 and restarted the computer. When trying to enter BIOS during this startup, I WAS asked for a password again.


1. remove power cord, remove CMOS battery, put everything back, start the computer - no password request
2. afterwards, boot into Windows 7, restart the computer - BIOS asks for a password.

It seems to me a trojan on the harddisk is setting a BIOS password. Is this a valid interpretation of the above behavior?

I have scanned the harddisk with tdsskiller, rkill, aswmbr, AVG. They found nothing. I have used aswmbr to rewrite the MBR, run "bootrec "/fixboot" or "/fixmbr". The password request persists.

For now, I leave the computer alone. But I am thinking perhaps I should try a low level reformat of the harddisk to see if it can stop the password setting behavior. If I do that, I'll have to reinstall and update the Windows. It'll take many hours. I don't want to do it if I don't have to.

A:Who (or what) is setting BIOS password?

Well im not to sure on how to get rid off it.

However it can be used in a work place were you don't want employees tampering around

Did you just buy the laptop?

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Hello all,

Is there a built-in way/tool of Windows 7 to setting a password on a folder? If yes, how? If not, so what another good tool is your suggestion?


A:Setting a password on a folder

To my knowledge there is no such tool, you could use winrar or something to compress it and set the password on it.

If you think you'd be fine with paying, there are tools such as "Folder Lock" Or "Protected Folder" Whitch chost 20-40$.

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I'm having some...roommate issues since coming to university. Needless to say, I would like to set up a password protection for when I turn on the computer, and when the screensaver comes on. Sad thing is, I don't know how to turn it on or off.

I don't want him able to come in any way in my computer, I don't just want to shut out the administrator log in I also want my own as well. Please tell me how I can do this and if I want, how I can deactivate it as well.

Thank you.

A:Setting up a password protection

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The Windows logon screen started showing up this morning. I've never used a logon ID or password. I tried clicking past this without entering anything but nothing happens. I get the same screen when starting in safe mode.

As this is my laptop I should start using the logon. However how do I go about setting the ID and password if I've never used it before? I definitely need to get past the logon prompt so I can use the computer. I'd prefer not to reinstall XP again as I did last month.

This is Windows XP home edition and SP3 is installed. All Microsoft updates have been applied. In fact I suspect the .net 1, .net 2, and .net 3 updates I applied last night caused this problem.

A:How do I go about setting the Windows ID and password if I've never used it before?

a word of advice. if you dont use or need the net program or updates go to your add/remove programs and uninstall them.as far as the id where it says password well we cant help with passwords as we dont know if thats really your computer or not. all ill say is that i had that happen on a laptop because i stupidly messed with my network settings and goofed it up. i ended up reinstalling windows. it solved my problem. lol! if u do use net framework the only update u need is 3.the rest can be removed. hope this helps u.

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We have several HP ProBooks 655 G1, we need to set the HDD passwords on them.  I can set this password through drivelock.  The problem is while it is connected to a docking station, after the password is set, and I turn on the laptop, it will not allow the USB keyboard to enter the password.  We have to open the laptop and use the laptops keyboard.  Then we can close it and as windows loads, the USB keyboard and mouse, and dual screen monitors work fine.  So I guess I am wondering if it is possible to have the USB keyboard work to enter the HDD password, or is this not an  option?   Thank you.

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I use outlook express 5 for my email. I would like to set a password so the rest of my family does not have access to my email. It came with my ISP and I have no manuals. Can anyone help?


A:Setting Password for Outlook Express 5

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Cannot boot...help......

Some how someone set a password on the Bios setting to a computer at the office. When I try to boot up now it will prompt me for the password. Apparently, the person who use the computer did not set the password and don't know who did.

How do I disable the Password. I've try flashing the Bios, but did not work. I need to disable the password first according to American megatrend,inc before I could attempt to flash the Bios. I've even try pulling out the CMOS battery, and reboot. still I get the same results. Do I have to leave the Cmos battery off and let it drain first and then try again to reset itself?

Any other solutions out there, please?

Thanks in advance,

A:Need to disable BIOS password setting

You may need to leave the battery out for a little longer, also, there may be a jumper near the battery that when set correctly then returned to normal will also clear BIOS settings. We would need more information on the motherboard to be sure though.

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Hi, I am trying to set the local BIOS password on a Yoga 260 using Powershell.  I am using this doc as reference: https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/skl_deploy_01.pdf This is the command I am running, which I thought would set the BIOS password to 'password' (gwmi -class Lenovo_SetBiosPassword ?namespace root\wmi).SetBiosPassword("pop,password,ascii,uk") However i get the error:__GENUS : 2__CLASS : __PARAMETERS__SUPERCLASS :__DYNASTY : __PARAMETERS__RELPATH :__PROPERTY_COUNT : 1__DERIVATION : {}__SERVER :__NAMESPACE :__PATH :Return : Invalid ParameterPSComputerName : Any ideas, what is wrong with the above command. Thanks for looking 

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I have just bought an Asus RT-G32 router and went through the usual setup steps with the wizard but it didnt ask me to select a password. Now i have a wireless network which is unsecure and cannot find a way to set a password. Could anyone advise?

Many Thanks

A:Setting up a password for a wireless router

you should be able to log into the router and setup the wireless password - I'll see if i can find an online manual for that router and how to setup

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Ok, so yesterday, I set a password for my LinkSys Wireless G router. (My internet is 160kb/s so i dont need an N router)

It worked, but I accidentally set it to 'remember password on this computer'. So I took the password off.

I went to sleep, and now today, I decided I would set it again. However, when it gets to setup, on the part where it checks the router and computer settings, but then asks for a password.

So, I tried the one i set yesterday, I tried admin, and I tried leaving it blank, but it just keeps 'checking' my computer settings.

I want to set a password, what may I do?

A:Solved: Setting a Wireless Password

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I have a d-link DI-524, Im using a modem Xyzel P600 series, my ethernet card is Realtek RTL8101E Family PCI-E.

I already set-up my router and modem. Most of my wireless devices can connect. My problem is it is not secured.
When I tried to add WEP or WPA, D-Link restarts but then it cannot connect to my DSL. it says DHCP disconnected and when i try to renew, nothing happened. It just kept on reconnecting. My Desktop has no internet connection.

I connect to my d-link via

Please help. Thanks

A:Solved: Help! setting password to my router

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Good idea or not? Also what if you forgot your pass then how can you get back on your account?

Log in through admin account and change pass for your user account? Or what?

A:Setting up a user account password?

Passwords are always good.

Here is a Tutorial: User Account - Reset Password in Windows 7

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any 1 know how? thanks

A:Setting up wireless router password?

Log into the router console and chnage it. Simple enough, or read the manual!!

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Hi, I have a number of T510 & T620 ThinPro 5.2 & ThinPro 6.1 thin clients that we need to configure a BIOS setup password & also boot device order for. I've tried using the hptc-bios-cfg tool but so far I'm only able to change the boot device order and NOT the BIOS setup password Can this tool be used to setup a BIOS password and it so how ? I have dumped the BIOS config using the hptc-bios-cfg -G /tmp/bios.txt command and then have edited the file to remove everything except the lines:- Setup Password     TESTBoot Order    Hard Disk    USB    LAN and then used command hptc-BIOS-cfg -S /tmp/bios.txt however only the Boot order is changed How do I change the BIOS setup password ? Regards 

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Does anyone have any idea on how to set a password at microsoft excel. Suppose a document contains information that can be viewed by anyone, but should be modified only by a limited number of users. In this case, the author requires a password to modify. A user who does not know the password can view the document and make changes, but cannot save these changes to the document. However, you can get around this type of protection by using the "Save As" command and saving the document under another name. The password to modify will be reset in the newly-saved document.

Appreciate if anyone have an idea on how to set that as my boss ask me to set a password for some of the document in my office.

A:Setting Password At Microsoft Excel

You can set a password to open either for a new document by going to Save As > Tools > Security Options or for an existing document Main Menu > Tools > Options > Security.For a more thorough explanation see this article.Be (under Lock and Key) SafeDa Bleepin AniMod, Animal

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Currently, I don't have a password set for my user account (I don't want to have to enter it on each start-up and I don't really have a problem with people using my computer).

Occasionally I'll be working on something and when I leave my computer I don't want to risk anyone accidently messing it up. It would be pretty handy if I could lock my user account with a password, then just unlock it and pick up from where I left off. From my understanding, the only way I can do this is if I create a password for my entire account.

Is there any way I can set a password for just the lock screen?

A:Setting password for just my lock screen?

Hello Clinton, and welcome to Seven Forums.

The only way would be to set a password for your user account.

A workaround would be to create a password for your account, and set Windows to log on to your user account automatically at startup. This way you will not have to enter your password at startup, but you will if you lock the computer.

Hope this helps,

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Hi, I am trying to set the local BIOS password on a Yoga 260 using Powershell.  I am using this doc as reference: https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/skl_deploy_01.pdf This is the command I am running, which I thought would set the BIOS password to 'password' (gwmi -class Lenovo_SetBiosPassword ?namespace root\wmi).SetBiosPassword("pop,password,ascii,uk") However i get the error:__GENUS : 2__CLASS : __PARAMETERS__SUPERCLASS :__DYNASTY : __PARAMETERS__RELPATH :__PROPERTY_COUNT : 1__DERIVATION : {}__SERVER :__NAMESPACE :__PATH :Return : Invalid ParameterPSComputerName : Any ideas, what is wrong with the above command. Thanks for looking 

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Does anybody know how to set a password for the system properties of My Computer or the Control Panel to limit the access to the system?
Thank you

A:setting password for system properties

Depends on the os . You can limit what the user sees and accesses with a group policy or use the local security policy .

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I would like to know how to set a password to enable a network adapter (onboard). I know that I can make a limited account so that you can't do certain things such as enabling the network. All I need is a password to enable/disable the network adapter so that those other things aren't blocked including installing programs. I am using Vista Business Retail. Thanks!

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Hi Guys. I'm a brand new member.
I'm aware that for the D-Link router the user name is Admin and the password is left blank. This is how my unit is set up. My problem is i now wish to link my new Apple IPad to my home wifi network but am unable to as the IPad insists on having my network's password and it will not accept a blank.

Am i correct in assuming the only solution is to re-set the router and set it up again but this time ignore the instruction to leave the password blank and instead input a password ?

A:Solved: D-Link DIR615 - Setting up a password

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I just upgraded to windows 2000 yesterday from 98 se, and i was just playing around with it. SO, i went to the control panel and was changing the setting for security. I turned on the mode where you have to press "ctl+alt+del" to log in. I know the password that i typed in but at that time, it didn't say what user name i should use with that password (i think it's to do with guest logging in). Basically, i can't log in right now with the user name that window prompt me and the password that i set. Any help????? Pllzzz.....

A:I know i'm a dumb ***, but i can't log in after setting a password for windows 2000

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I get repeated error messages to reconnect to my email server, AOL, with name and password. I am using Windows 7 with Outlook 2010 on a new Dell desktop. The error also occurs on an older HP desktop upgraded to Windows 7 and Outlook 2010. I have tried the creating a new Outlook profile as described in Microsoft Article 290684. Still happens. I have no problem staying on AOL with Internet Explorer. Could it have something to do with my firewall settings? One computer has McAfee and the other has Norton. This problem seems to come up frequently, with questions on many sites, but no solutions, even on this forum. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Password setting not Retained in Outlook 2010

Try this:

Close Outlook.

Control Panel >> User Accounts
In left pane, click "Manage your credentials"
Click "Add a Windows credential"
In the top bar enter the name of your Incoming (POP3) Mail Server
Next, enter the Username of your mail account
Next, enter the Password associated with your mail account.
Click 'OK'

Now try Outlook. You may be prompted for your credentials just one more time but that should be it (hopefully).

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I have several external USB hard drives that I have built and would like to password protect them.

Is there a program available that is especially good. All the ads found in a Google search indicate that their software is the best and I really have no idea. I have never tried doing this before.


A:Setting password for external USB hard drives

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hello everyone i'm a newbie here i need some help
how do i set up a password for a network using XP professional ?

A:Setting up a password for a network using windows XP Professional

I don't use xp pro but here's a good guide to what you may want

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How to setup a password with WinRAR v4.00 on an archive (*.zip or *.rar) that is, currently, not protected by a password?

Thanks in advance.

A:WinRAR v4.00 -- setting a password on pure archive

~20 views; someone knows?

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On my old T420, I was able to set a HD password on my SSD in the BIOS so that if anyone ever stole my laptop and pulled the drive, they wouldn't be able to access the data without the password. I'd like to do the same with my X1 Carbon Gen 4 with 512GB Samsung 950pro NVMe HD.  However, in the BIOS, I see no option to set a HD password.  I can set a power on password, but I don't think this means the HD is encrypted.  I assume anyone can pull the HD and read all the data.

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I have been having issues with my wireless connection after a recent windows update. I removed my admin password as it was asking for permission to do stuff too much and it was a pain. After that process, I did a sys restore to an earlier time by about a month to see if I could get my wireless back. Now, when I try to log on to admin acct, it tells me password is invalid. I don't have a password anymore but I can't log on. I know this is probably a futile quest due to windows password sensitivity but Any thoughts???

A:system restore jiggered my password setting

Yes, you do have a Admin password, as when you did the "System restore" it added it back.

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I read the tutorial: Password History Enforcement - Enable or Disable and in that same page there are several related tutorial's for password management.

Looking for a REG import that would set:
- pwd min char = 12
- pwd max age = 90 days
- pwd complexity = yes
- pwd unique = 12 (a year)

I know these settings are here
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SeCEdit\Reg Values and I also know that one can do it via secpol.msc or via cmd, as Brink wrote in the Tutorial, but I am after the REG import way to do it, since it would be the quickest way for my environment.

I assume I could export the REG key from a machine that has been set up that way, but would it work with all machines? I have W7P and W7U and W S 2012 to consider. (No I am not yet implementing it as GP since I am still messing with AD construction).

A:Setting several password requirements vi a REG import file

Never tried it, but it should work right away, no matter the edition. All Windows edition are in fact the very same thing, just with certain features hidden, but the registry is the same. I'm not 100% sure about Server 2012 (since it's really a Windows 8), but it may be as well work. Have a look at eightforums for that one.

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