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Want Dell Latitude Password/Service-Tag Generator Program

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Have purchased a Dell Latitude C600/C500 model PP01L at the Salvation
Army's outlet store.
I can not access any drives (CD, Hard-drive, floppy-drive) nor can I
access CMOS-Setup. I simply receive a Message: "" This computer system,
# 52WJP01-595B, is protected by a password authentication system. You
cannot access the data on this computer without the correct password.
Please type in the primary or administrator password and press <Enter>
""
I noticed that the website postings mentioned " latitude.exe "
(password generator file/program) which I tried but it is geared to
only receiving 5 (five) characters for the Service_Tag_# input to this
program-file. I also used "Latitude_MasterPW.exe" but that does not do
it either. Does anyone know the file-name and where I can download the
correct Dell Password-Generator to solve my problem that will work for
"my" Dell model (C600/C500) Latitude?
Any help would be appreciated. Dell only helps those who can ""prove""
ownership (prove they are the original purchaser)!
My Dell is a: Latitude C600/C500 modle PP01L
Computer system: # 5ZWJP01-595B
Service Tag #: 5ZWJP01
Express Service Code: 13054894417
Thanks in advance
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  1. i'm a little confused here...

    have you downloaded the service manual? there must be a jumper if you can't get into cmos or boot from a disk...
  2. well there is only one way to solve that problem I have the same issue you have to search the specific jumper on the motherboard the jumper has to legs or however you call that, so you have to plug a cable to the third "leg" one side and the other side then make contact between both cables and so you are going to erase the password and reset the cmos that´s the only way to solve you problem.
  3. Yes, that is the standard way to override an administrator pw on most systems - and actually quite simple. There should be instructions in the manual, which you should be able to download from Dell if you don't have, which includes a picture of the mobo showing the the prongs that need to be jumped.
  4. actually I have already take the project trying to solve the problem, I have the manual for the dell latitude c600 but the manual only says how to disassembly the computer you have to search the specific jumper by yourself here in this link you can find how to do it

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JqB4lkVxkA

    It´s actually a project but it worth it
  5. That is a fantastic video - good find.

    I take it back. NOT so simple on a Dell laptop. On a desktop it is simple.
  6. Quote:
    Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

    Have purchased a Dell Latitude C600/C500 model PP01L at the Salvation
    Army's outlet store.
    I can not access any drives (CD, Hard-drive, floppy-drive) nor can I
    access CMOS-Setup. I simply receive a Message: "" This computer system,
    # 52WJP01-595B, is protected by a password authentication system. You
    cannot access the data on this computer without the correct password.
    Please type in the primary or administrator password and press <Enter>
    ""
    I noticed that the website postings mentioned " latitude.exe "
    (password generator file/program) which I tried but it is geared to
    only receiving 5 (five) characters for the Service_Tag_# input to this
    program-file. I also used "Latitude_MasterPW.exe" but that does not do
    it either. Does anyone know the file-name and where I can download the
    correct Dell Password-Generator to solve my problem that will work for
    "my" Dell model (C600/C500) Latitude?
    Any help would be appreciated. Dell only helps those who can ""prove""
    ownership (prove they are the original purchaser)!
    My Dell is a: Latitude C600/C500 modle PP01L
    Computer system: # 5ZWJP01-595B
    Service Tag #: 5ZWJP01
    Express Service Code: 13054894417
    Thanks in advance




    email me at repairman@hushmail.com i have the password Thk u
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