You mean the SATA password/HDD password in BIOS to enable FDE? If so then you are out of luck, no way to recover it. Your SSD is nothing more than a expensive paperweight at this point. Not even Intel can reset it for you.
Please see this post: http://communities.intel.com/message/120161#120161
Do not need data recovery.
have any software like indilinx mptool to re-production?
I have the same problem.
I bought a Thinkpad Edge 13 (AMD) and a SSD 320.
First I installed Linux and the System works well.
Afterwards I actived Passphrase encryption and ATA Password (HDP) in BIOS and can't unlock the drive anymore.
Is that just a mere chance!?
I don't need the data, too - I just want my freshly bought SSD back!!!
I have the same problem. Did you solve it?
better return your SSD to your point of purchase, from what i know, ssd locked can't be clear unless it was lock using hdat2 then you can try to clear it else a new SSD is the only option