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How to fix Hp power on password issue?

After it updated itself it won't do nothing but Ask for a password I never set? I get this system disabled code ( i 71459752 ) Hp is no help at all.....

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But what is this HP?
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More details please.

All we know is it's a HP machine.
Dafydd.

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Hp power on issue

Yes Of coarse.... it is a Hp 15 bs 212wm Notebook laptop. windows 10 updated itself and now it asks for the power on or admin pass? After 3 fails it says system disabled with this code ( i 71459752 ). Hp support is a joke and apparently has poor phone and internet service and keeps disconnecting? Supposedly the code can generate the password but I have to pay for their freind service before they'll give it to me? I refuse to give them any more money...

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Did you check out the prior solutions?
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Hp power on issue

Thanks for the actual support?. I am pretty sure I've exausted every solution hp has to offer on as many of their English speaking countries websites I could find...I'll check this one out now.... thanks again for responding.

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Hp power on issue

Nope that solution is only for all numerical codes and mine starts with an "i". I guess the website that generates the passwords is a little outdated? As for purchasing a fix?.... I don't think this new found hatred I have towards my, now old laptop, will allow me to do so. However I do very much appreciate your help and am grateful I found my way here. Good forums are rare these days no doubt.

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One last try.

Use just the numbers? I wish I knew of more free fixes for this but when I hit the end I'm paying HP or Staples. Best Buy charged 150 last time (not me that paid.)

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