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Laptops can be quite tricky to clear out.
Only thing I can do is tell you to unplug the laptop.
Remove the battery.
Try to turn it on for about 10 seconds repeatedly ( this drains latent power from the main board)
Put the battery back in, plug it in and give it a whirl.
Hopefully that will be enough to clear the bios.
Hello, You should take a risk or take help from your local technician.Because this password is not recoverable, with the simply remove the cmos battery , it is placed behind the cmos chip .please follow the link. There are many option just follow them and try to solve.
First the safe mode start up key is F8 if you press this as soon as you see the manufacturer logo on startup should bring up another menu manufacture logo would be dell hp ECT. . . Second if you haven't set a password sometimes just pressing enter on the keyboard with the password blank will Log you in. The reason you would you safe mode is some computers have an administrative safe mode account that does not require a password unless it was changed in safe mode hope this helps if you have any questions please comment
Hi Shoab, Try this Craclink: http://packetstormsecurity.nl/Crackers/bios/ If this doesn’t work, and if you know which type of BIOS you have, you can try out these passwords. For Award BIOS’ try these backdoor passwords: AWARD_SW j262 HLT SER SKY_FOX BIOSTAR ALFAROME Lkwpeter j256 AWARD?SW LKWPETER syxz ALLy 589589 589721 awkward CONCAT d8on CONDO j64 szyx For AMI BIOS’ try these backdoor passwords: AMI BIOS PASSWORD HEWITT RAND AMI?SW AMI_SW LKWPETER A.M.I. CONDO For PHOENIX BIOS’ try this backdoor password: phoenix Was this solution helpful? Show your Appreciation by rating it:
pop the keyboard and look on the board next to the clock battery. You should see three jumper points, WITH THE POWER OUT AND ALL BATTERIES DISCONNECTED, short terminals 1 and 2 with the end of a flat bladed screwdriver. Replace all power sources and reconnect the power.