RS232-Based

This page describes the outdated RS-232 Based Solution for Supervisor Password recovery or clear.

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Identify your TP model

The TP models listed on this page refer to the model number which is printed on top your TP near the LCD Hinge [not underneath] , either on the keyboard or the bottom of the LCD, it consists of a combination of letters and numbers, for example;

370C, 380Z, 380XD, 390E, 390X, 560Z, 600, 760EL, 760ED, 770 series, 770E, 770ED,240, 240X, 390E, 390X, 570, 600e, 600X, 770Z, A20m, A21e, A21m, A22e, A22m, A30, A30p, A31, A31p, G40, G41, R30, R31, R32, R40, R400, R50, R50p, R51, R52, R60, R61, R61i, T20, T21, T22, T23, T30, T40, T40p, T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T43, T43p, T60, T60p, T61, T61p, T400, T500, TransNote, W500, X20, X200, X21, X22, X23, X24, X30, X31, X40, X41, X41T, X60, X60s, X61, X61s, X61t, X300, Z60, Z61

For example a TP X20 has X20 printed near the ON/OFF switch above the F6 key.

 

Your TP's model is NOT the 2XX-XX-XXXXXX number printed on the barcode under the TP, that is the "Type" and "Serial Number".


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Disclaimer

I make no warranty that any of my information is correct, or safe, or does or does not breach any warranty clause,  or anything else, it is up to you to decide if you will follow all or any of the instructions to recover the Supervisor Password from a TP. It is up to you to decide, I am not responsible for the results or for any consequential or incidental damages whatsoever.


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Last updated on Thursday, 04 June 2015 12:10:08 PM  

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