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How to Use Atapwd 12 to Unlock Hard Disk Passwords


How to Use Atapwd 12 to Unlock Hard Disk Passwords




Atapwd 12 is a utility that can help you unlock hard disk passwords that are set in the BIOS or on the hard drive controller itself. This can be useful if you have forgotten your password or if you need to access a hard disk that belongs to someone else. However, using Atapwd 12 may also erase all the data on the disk, so you should use it with caution and backup your important files before attempting to unlock the password.


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In this article, we will show you how to download and use Atapwd 12 to unlock hard disk passwords. You will need a bootable CD or USB drive that contains Atapwd 12 and a computer that can boot from it. You will also need to know the type of hard disk you have (IDE or SATA) and the manufacturer of your hard disk (such as Seagate, Western Digital, etc.).


Step 1: Download Atapwd 12




You can download Atapwd 12 from this link. It is a compressed file that contains Atapwd 12 and other utilities that can help you unlock hard disk passwords. You will need to extract the file using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.


Step 2: Create a Bootable CD or USB Drive




You will need to create a bootable CD or USB drive that contains Atapwd 12 and other utilities. You can use a program like Rufus or UltraISO to do this. You will need to select the ISO file that you extracted from the compressed file and choose the appropriate settings for your CD or USB drive. For example, if you are using Rufus, you will need to select "MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI" and "FAT32" as the file system.


Step 3: Boot from the CD or USB Drive




Once you have created the bootable CD or USB drive, you will need to insert it into your computer and boot from it. You may need to change the boot order in your BIOS settings or press a key (such as F12) during startup to access the boot menu. You should see a menu with several options, such as "MHDD", "ATA Password Tool", "HDD Unlock Wizard", etc. Choose "ATA Password Tool" to launch Atapwd 12.


Step 4: Identify Your Hard Disk




After launching Atapwd 12, you will see a list of hard disks detected by the program. You will need to identify your hard disk by its type (IDE or SATA), manufacturer (such as Seagate, Western Digital, etc.), model number, and serial number. You can use the arrow keys and Enter key to navigate through the list and select your hard disk.


Step 5: Unlock Your Hard Disk Password




Once you have selected your hard disk, you will see a menu with several options, such as "Unlock with user password", "Unlock with master password", "Erase all data", etc. Depending on your situation, you may need to try different options to unlock your hard disk password. For example, if you know your user password, you can choose "Unlock with user password" and enter it. If you don't know your user password but you know your master password (which is usually set by the manufacturer), you can choose "Unlock with master password" and enter it. If you don't know either password but you don't care about losing your data, you can choose "Erase all data" and confirm it.


If you successfully unlock your hard disk password, you will see a message saying "Password cleared". You can then exit Atapwd 12 and reboot your computer normally. You should be able to access your hard disk without any password.


Conclusion




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