For late model HP laptop owners we now offer a guaranteed solution.
Bypass laptop BIOS passwords on Dell, Sony, Asus, Acer, Samsung, Fujitsu, Toshiba, HP, Compaq & more brand name laptops with the BIOS Master Password Generator!
Updated April 2018, now includes Asus date codes & Dell 1F66/6FF1 codes!
(as mentioned here)
Those manufacturers listed above – your BIOS is brake. All your password are belong to us.
8-digit BIOS provided by Insyde H20 and 5-digit Phoenix BIOS are also pwnd.
HP laptop owners – if the Master Password Generator can’t solve your problem, we now offer a guaranteed solution. Confirmed working for all HP laptops 2005 & newer, except X360 & X2 models. HP Omen, Spectre, Envy, ZBook & every other range are vulnerable to this method.
Seen this before? Bios-locked & password lost, that’s what that screen indicates. But the 20-digit machine ID code displayed can often be decrypted to reveal the BIOS password. (That code reveals a Fujitsu-Siemens laptop with password 9538393)
When you open a laptop & find yourself faced with the immediate black BIOS password screen & absolutely no idea of what password you used, all you gotta do is come to this page @ 1024kb.co.nz. Most HP, Compaq, Dell, Toshiba, Samsung, Sony, Acer, Asus or Fujitsu laptop BIOS passwords can be revealed.
In the case of Asus laptops it’s the date code you require – enter an incorrect password then press Alt +R at the next prompt. Take that date & enter it in the BIOS Master Password Generator below in the same order (yyyy-dd-mm or dd-mm-yyyy) as displayed on your Asus laptop.
HP EliteBook/ProBook (up to 2014) owners – there is an alternative method available for you here in the downloads section. Highly effective on vulnerable machines, full instructions included.
Newer HP machines (Envy, Omen, Spectre, ZBook etc) will need to use our guaranteed solution. Confirmed working 100% on all current HP laptops except X360 & X2.
On some HP/Dell machines, you may need to press Right Ctrl+Enter to show the ID code – & Left Ctrl+Enter to submit the password.
Anyway, grab the Machine ID Code – sometimes called the Service Tag – usually displayed after submitting a few (3-5) incorrect codes. Now enter that code in the box below. When you’ve got your Laptop BIOS Master Password, please leave a comment, tell us about your win…