The type of password on the hard disk can be very variable. Password on the user data or service area. If you have password partitioning on your hard drive for security issues, this should be done with great care because sometimes forgetting passwords get means loss of hard drive information The password is set to 2.5-inch hard drives in the security settings section of the laptop
can be located on one of the hard disk modules that help MRT or PC3000 and so on. You can easily remove these types of passwords.
If the password is placed on the hard disk with the help of a software such as bit locker. It should be understood that the password is in the user data section. It is normal to use this hard disk for hard disk encryption with a great deal of accuracy and forgetting the full password.
Because the user data section is fully encrypted and it’s not possible to decrypt this part of the hard disk, please be sure to enter the word back carefully and keep it in your mind and save the recovery key somewhere on your computer.
Removing the sequences of some hard drives, such as my passport western, which is installed on it with the WD software itself, will often fail without having the self-suffix, but given that this kind of word is in the Service area. With the help of an IC bridge on the Hard Drive, this code is encrypted, and sometimes it can be decrypted with pc3000 or MRT.
It is commonly recommended that if your hard drive has a password, you do not have to think hard drive can get information from the hard drive and should not be in any way to format the hard disk.