Windows 10: Disable/Removal of Administrative Password from Bios in Lenovo G50 70

  1.    29 Nov 2017 #1

    Disable/Removal of Administrative Password from Bios in Lenovo G50 70

    I know my Bios administrative/System and Hard disk password. But when I want to remove them I just cannot do so. When I boot my Laptop it asks me for Hard disk Password which I have and can easily log into my Windows 10 SL.
    But When I want to enter my BIOS, it asks me two passwords - first HDD Password and after that System Password. I have both and they work as well. After Entering BIOS - under Security - I can only navigate to the following 2 options:-
    1 Set User Password
    2 Change User Password.

    All other options like: Administrator Password, User Password, HDD Password, Set Hard Disk Password, Change Master Password cannot be navigated. My opinion is that I have limited rights when I enter my BIOS.
    I have removed my hard disk and entered BIOS but this way also I could not navigate to these options.
    I am attaching herewith two print screens. One print screen is when HDD was inside the Laptop and I entered BIOS.
    The second Print Screen is when I removed HDD and I entered BIOS.
    I have googled and tried many times to remove Admin , Master, HDD Passwords but could not do so.
    I have read somewhere that flashing BIOS will overcome this problem. But I have not done flashing of Bios. Anyhelp on flashing of BIOS is most Welcome.
    Please help
    Ashok Kumar Bagaria
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails hdd removed.jpg   with hdd .jpg  
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  2.    29 Nov 2017 #2

    Your Secure BOOT is enabled, maybe that has something to do with it.
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  3.    29 Nov 2017 #3

    logon on to your Country's Lenovo Support Webpage and let it run the diagnostic for your model , it will/should tell you if there is a new bios or other downloads available.

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  4.    30 Nov 2017 #4

    CountMike said: View Post
    Your Secure BOOT is enabled, maybe that has something to do with it.
    Thanks. Could be but I cannot navigate to Secure Boot as well.
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