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I have toshiba satellite a135-s4467 and forgot the bios password

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Check the toshiba forums for support or contact them in your home country, the forums carry a lot of information regarding such problems.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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visit Toshiba's Global ASP Locator at:http://pcrepair.toshiba.com

Resetting a Toshiba BIOS Password KeyDisk will reset the BIOS password on Toshiba laptops.
Older Toshiba laptops can be convinced to boot without their power-on BIOS password by attaching a dongle to the parallel port which crosses a number of the pins. The pin out is:
Pins 1-5-10 2-11 3-17 4-12 6-16 7-13 8-14 9-15 Some Toshiba's can be convinced to bypass the startup BIOS password if you hold down the key while booting the system.
It will be to visit the toshiba

http://pcrepair.toshiba.com


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Dear u want to say someone change ur bios password..ok

Most of Bios password are able to remove by removing Motherboard battery or resetting jumper.

in case of ur laptop I attach a weblink of toshiba bios reset point in Motherboard

http://www.flickr.com/photos/22641186@N08/2174316598/in/photostream/

In this photo u will see a short part of toshiba board showing the pins u have to short for 5-8 sec. to reset ur bios.

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