is it bios password or windows password if it is bios password remove battery and jumper setting
if it is windows password reinstall os if use guest or user then you can change the password possible
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Thanks for the reply, but ive tried everything you have mentioned as stated is my first post.
If you haven't tried it already, eneter the BIOS in maintenance mode, by putting teh bios config jumper in position 2-3 and then see if you can clear the AMT password.
Thanks for the reply, Ive also tried that and it didnt work.
I think the boards broke. Its very temperamental, it wasnt booting about 50% of the time, and when it did there was alot of interference on the screen sometimes.
Ive since, removed it from the case and wired it up outside the case. its not even booting now. The joys of computing
I think the motherboard had been repackage and sold as new. Hence the AMT password wasnt the default.