If you have forgotten your HP BIOS password or want to bypass it for some reason, you may be looking for a way to generate a master password that can unlock your system. There are some tools and methods that claim to do this, but not all of them work reliably or safely. In this article, we will show you how to use a keygen program that can remove HP BIOS passwords using a code generated from your system.
A keygen is a software that can create serial numbers or codes for various applications. In this case, we will use a keygen that can generate a master password for HP BIOS based on the system hash code or serial number. This password can then be used to access the BIOS settings and clear the existing password.
Before you proceed, please note that using a keygen may void your warranty or damage your system if done incorrectly. You should also backup your data and create a recovery disk before attempting this method. Use this method at your own risk and only if you have no other option.
Steps to Remove HP BIOS Passwords Using a Keygen
Turn on your HP laptop or desktop and press F10 repeatedly to enter the BIOS setup menu.
If you are prompted for a password, enter an incorrect one three times. You should see a system hash code or serial number displayed on the screen. Write it down or take a picture of it.
Download the HP BIOS Unlocker keygen from this GitHub repository. This is a shell script that can generate a master password for HP BIOS based on the system hash code or serial number. You will need binwalk and dd tools to run this script.
Extract the zip file and open a terminal window in the folder where you extracted it.
Run the following command to make the script executable: chmod +x hp_bios_unlocker.sh
Run the following command to generate the master password: ./hp_bios_unlocker.sh [system hash code or serial number]. Replace [system hash code or serial number] with the code you obtained in step 2.
The script will output a master password that you can use to access the BIOS settings. Write it down or copy it.
Restart your HP laptop or desktop and press F10 again to enter the BIOS setup menu.
Enter the master password that you generated in step 6. You should be able to access the BIOS settings now.
Navigate to the Security tab and select Setup BIOS Administrator Password. Enter a new password of your choice and confirm it. This will replace the old password with your new one.
Navigate to the Main tab and select Save Changes and Exit. Confirm your changes and exit the BIOS setup menu.
Your HP BIOS password should be removed or changed now. You can use your new password to access the BIOS settings in the future.
We hope this article helped you remove HP BIOS passwords using a keygen. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. aa16f39245