You could try removing the Cmos battery to clear the bios password. otherwise you can contact Dell and they will tell you how to do it.
Dell Inspiron BIOS Password Recovery
Each Dell Inspiron has a master password which will clear the BIOS password. You can get this number by calling Dell Technical Support at (800)624-9896.
Dell Technical Support will request the Service Tag and Express Service Code from the bottom of your Inspiron.
If you were not the original owner of the Inspiron, Dell will transfer registration of the used Inspiron from the original owner with only the Service Tag and Express Service Code from the tag on the laptop.
To transfer the registration of a used Dell Inspiron, fill out the Transfer of Ownership form on Dell's web site.
How about attaching the lappy hard drive to another system formatting it and loading a new OS im shite at computers but if someone suggested contacting dell and waiting for support id spu my ring isnt this a site full of computer wizzards surely someone can help the kid clean a hard drive and install a new OS :Clap:
im sure where theres a will theres a way
achoo contact DELL the will help you but it might take a few days loluke:uke:
ok the the problem is in the MB bios not the HD im learning which i do admitt so can you not solve the issue buy pulling the battery are a jumper and putting it back in i wasnt being sarcastic but I know theres loads a people out there that could solve this problem with out contacting SMELLY DELL so how can he solve the problem him self without waiting for 2 days assistance we all wanna learn here