So I have a Laptop whose password I have forgotten.
It turns out though that his BIOS is password protected too so since I can't open the case and reset the BIOS jumpers. I will have to format it.
The problem is the Hard Drive is probably in the first order since I tried Cd/DvD and USB. So my "brilliant" idea was to remove the hard drive while the system boots and then after it boots from my DVD I put the hard drive back in.
While Googlein I pick the tern "HOT SWAPPABLE".....that brings me to the question here;
Is my internal Hard Drive hot swappable? And if not is there any other way to remove the password on my windows 7. Else if: Dont bother telling me to take it to a repair store
Additional Details One other question is there any standard password that BIOS-es use my laptop is Acer Aspire 5542-13xx. If you need further information I'll go open my laptop.......