Password Removal with Phoenix BIOS and HDD
People are not cars and they tend to forget, and sometimes our forgetfulness is very expensive, but as you know there are no hopeless situations. It so happened that my friend forgot the BIOS password (phoenix) and turned to me for help, I am a responsive person and decided to help him, finding a solution to the problem, decided to write an article.
Windows & DOS
In order to remove the password from the BIOS or HDD, you need to do the following:
First you need to find out the error code for this, press F2 when loading, and enter the password incorrectly 3 times, you should get something like this: Remember the error code and download the program unlock6 you know where to look. Then you need to unzip the program (for example C: \ unlock6 \) there should be two .exe files BIOS_PW.EXE and HDD_PW.EXE, then press the combination win + r (analogue start -> execute), enter “cmd” in the window that appears (naturally without quotation mark) A command prompt window will appear, you need to type a command (this will move you to the directory with the program): In order to unlock the BIOS:
System Disabled 
BIOS_PW.EXE 12345 0
Where is 12345 error code, do not forget to enter zero after the error code as shown above. After the command is entered, the program will issue passwords to your BIOS (approximately 6 pieces).
Similarly for HDD:
HDD_PW.EXE 12345 0
IMPORTANT !!!: After entering the passwords on the BIOS or HDD, do not forget to change them to new ones.
Windows x86_64 (for 64-bit versions)
If you try to perform the above actions in a 64-bit operating system environment, you will receive a message that the program or component cannot be executed due to incompatibility with the 64-bit version of windows. The solution to this problem is quite simple. You need to download DOSBox from the developer's site www.dosbox.com , install and run it.
First you need to mount drive C: where we have unlock6, you can do this with the following command:
mount cc: /
We do the steps described earlier: Where is 12345 error code.
BIOS_PW.EXE 12345 0
Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS X
It is done in the same way, you just need to download the version of DOSBox for your operating system.