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    Hello everyone
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    Retired, curious, like to walk with my dog and listen to old rock music.
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    Bad Date Ken sets up his friend Mike on a blind date with a young lady-friend of his. But Mike is a little worried about going out with someone he's never seen before. "What do I do if she's really unattractive?" says Mike. "I'll be stuck with her all night." "Don't worry," Ken says, "just go up to her door and meet her first. If you like what you see, then everything goes as planned. But just in case you need to escape, there's a 'Bad Date Rescue App' you can install on your smartphone. Schedule your phone to ring just after you meet her and answer with, 'Mom, what's the matter, are you okay?' It works every time." So that night, Mike knocks on the girl's door and when she comes out, he is awestruck at how attractive and sexy she is. He's about to speak when the girl's phone rings and she answers with: "Mom, what's the matter, are you okay?"
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    The Final Journey As the old man lies dying in the bedroom, out in the parlour the family discusses funeral arrangements for him. Son Gary says, "We'll make a real big thing out of it. We'll have hundred people. We'll order loads of limos." Daughter Grace says, "Why do you want to waste money like that? We'll have the family and maybe few friends. Couple of limos will do." They proceed. Grandson Jeff says, "We'll have lots of flowers. We'll surround him with dozens of roses and lilies, dozens and dozens." Daughter Alice says, "What a waste! We'll have one little bouquet, that's enough." Suddenly, the voice of the old man is heard, wafting weakly from the bedroom: "Why don't you get me my pants? I'll walk to the cemetery."
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    Here it is the CyberPhoenix Official Stamp..... for our Uploader's to Stamp her Posts... v.1 http://i.imgur.com/FMFxrPb.png v.2 http://i.imgur.com/iDQYxjQ.png v.3 http://i.imgur.com/OjBg8Pg.png in action: Best Regard....
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    There are a lot of threads on the net about that, the most hilarious is one on a Texas campus site https://wikis.utexas.edu/display/ISO/Breaking+ATA+password+security Then, a bit more serious http://hackaday.com/2011/02/18/hard-drive-password-recovery/ Last I will help you and for free to get rid of that password !!!! First just to grab a copy of MHDD prior to the latest version. Download MHDD 4.5 from here : http://hddguru.com/content/en/software/2005.10.02-MHDD/You will need it because it contain the ATA terminal that you will need for our little experience. Also use the floppy version, if you use the CD ISO you will end up with a "virtual ram drive" when you boot the MHDD and not the real a: assigned to the floppy. Then open your notepad and past the following script : ; rm modul id 42 reset waitnbsy regs = $57 $44 $43 $00 $00 $a0 $8a waitnbsy regs = $00 $02 $00 $00 $0F $E0 $21 waitnbsy checkdrq sectorsto = 42.bin ; End. save the file with a simple name, like "wdpwd" and remove the .txt extension to the file. You should end up with a filename without extension. Save that file to the "Scripts" folder of your MHDD 4.5 Now boot your MHDD copy and detect the locked drive. Mhdd will tell you the drive is locked. Don't worry and issue a .wdpwd or whatever you named the file. You should end up with a file named 42.bin on the disk you used to boot MHDD. If you have booted from cd you will have to copy the file out of it to a floppy, etc ... Post the content here, if you can't figure out where the password is Happy unlocking for free ! Without expensive tools. That experience will also give you an idea about the true importance of vendor-specific ata commands, and in any case will teach you a bit about HDD Have fun! Cheers
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    Is it new or old? Have you ever managed to use it before?
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    I totally agree with Mr Grumpy. Please, post more info on that weird drive...I'm curious