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I have a samsung ultrabook which is not working anymore. So i decided to use it's ssd on different laptop. Tried on two different laptop (lenovo g570, samsung r522) but password is not working and i can not open system. And i am pretty sure about the password. It's "Yildiz".

What to do ?

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Can you specify what you mean by "password", are you talking about a log in password or have you encrypted the drive with a password? – Jason Bristol Jul 26 '13 at 13:03
@JasonBristol question updated – motto Jul 26 '13 at 13:07

The password is set in BIOS and different BIOSs use different password algorithm's. Putting the hard drive into another machine will not work.

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Try turning off the bios lock on your new laptop. This may circumvent the lock and allow you to access the hard drive. Ultimately your in a bit of a tough spot. I strongly advise against setting a hard drive password via the bios. If this is for security reasons take a look at encrypting your hard drive. Bios locks do not encrypt your drive, but rather just set a password needed to access it. These passwords can be brute-forced (exhaustively). You also run the gambit of what has happened to you here. Manufacturer support for data recover off locked hard drives is minimal at best.

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