Question about Toshiba Satellite M105-S3041Notebook
If removing the ROM battery (for a period of time, perhaps about 24 hours) does not help (and many people report it does not), you may need to take it to an official Toshiba distributor who will help you get past the password after you confirm that you are the legitimate owner of the notebook.
There is a reason for putting these controls on computers: it makes life difficult for laptop thieves, as it should. I only wish more manufacturers would do this. In the future, it would be nice if manufacturers allowed owners to verify their ownership (which they previously registered during machine initial system startup) online through a form, then download a file to a USB thumb drive that could be inserted during boot to allow the option of resetting (or unsetting) the BIOS password.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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