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Bios Password Screen has popped up out of nowhere

How do I get my computer to start up after the bios password screen has popped up. What is the password?

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  • May 11, 2010

    your remark did not help my dilema. Obviously I would have tried to contact the person if I could unfortunately he died.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    where did you get the laptop?

    is it yours?, did you install the OS? if you did, you should have the password. if you didn't, find the guy who did.



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I see theres been a reply but this is the first time Ive seen this thread.
so first off when you got the pc did you need a password because thread say password screen just appeared...assuming you didnt need password I assume youve installed either wireless package or a wireless client utility.for some odd reason installing wireless client also installs password utility which then appears the next time you boot with no fields filled in .you simply press enter without typing anything in.if that isnt your case and cant access os.
download a program (free) called spotmau.unpack/unzip read the txt instructions .create a bootdisk and copy the files to it.restart pc with created bootdisk in cd tray ....when the disk boots its programs choose remove all passwords.the free version

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