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Restart the computer, then when you see the toshiba screen, start tapping that f8 key. It should give you a screen to choose modes. If that doesn't work, only press it once during or after the toshiba screen.
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That is an indication that the "s" key is stuck on your keyboard. (permanently pressed down...or making contact).
Try to manually move it out of its current state, even though it doesn't seem to be stuck.
That will solve your problem.
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hello guys For the password to be removed the battery will not remove the password the only way to remove it is by hardware on this laptop or you can contact Toshiba with the challenge code. 1. At the BIOS password prompt ("PASSWORD = "), press and release the following keys, one after another: Ctrl, Tab, Ctrl, Enter The computer's response should be: PC Serial No.= XXXXXXXXX Challenge Code= XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Response Code= if you have any questions please email me or check my forum www.biosmasters.com/Forum1/index.php