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Messed with bios, and now having problems

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In the bios I set the hdd password and, but now I want to diable it and I don't know how, I don't see a option to disable it, just change the password. And it won't boot into Win8 I'm getting the blue screen that says Automatic repair can't repair my pc and a log file:D:\Windows\System32\Logfiles\srt\srttrail.txt.

I should of just left it alone...smh

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change the password to blank.

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change the password to blank.

you mean just hitting enter? Because when I do that nothing changes

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you mean just hitting enter? Because when I do that nothing changes

go to change password, delete it, then press save settings and exit (F10 on my PC)

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go to change password, delete it, then press save settings and exit (F10 on my PC)

Thanks a lot :) that worked

Now I need to my laptop to boot up now. what does that log file in my first post mean??

and I just noticed in cmd it says:

x:\windows\system32>

isn't it suppose to be c:\ ?

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^ You should be able to Change Directory to C:\ .... with the 'DOS' commands.

Unless your Windows is installed on X:\

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ok but can someone give a idea what this is?

Log file D:\Windows\System32\logfiles\Srt\Srttrail.txt

and how come I still can't boot into Win 8??

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its ok I figured it out

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its ok I figured it out

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can you post what you did? incase anyone ever has the same error, they may be able to use your solution

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I had, in configuration in bios, changed the SATA Controller mode set to AHCI, changed that back to compatible, I also changed IVT to disabled , changed that back to enabled....laptop booted up.

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