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There is a jumper located on your motherboard that you need to use to reset your bios password. You can generally find this information in the manual that came with the notebook. If you don't have the manual you'll need to go to the toshiba website.
Please note that resetting a jumper on a motherboard is not the easiest thing to do on a notebook computer. You're talking about taking apart and putting on eback together. Be very careful not to let any static electricity hit the machine.
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Some Toshiba bios passwords can be reset using the Key Disk.exe utility, to
do this you need a 1.44Mb floppy disk.
Format the disk to be BOOTABLE using Windows and then
with a hex editor, change the first five bytes of the second sector to 4B 45 59
Then put the floppy into your machine and boot it up, you’ll be asked for a
password, just press Enter. Then when you’re asked to set the password, type Y
then Enter, this will get you into the bios configuration where you can then
type in a new password.
are you trying to connect thru a router? If so then you need to ask whoever set it up or uses it, for the password,it's really the encryption key if not the network, ask te boss. good luck, from what you wrote it isn't clear if this only happens at a particular location, or every whare. If it happens everywhere then whoever installed the operating system, used a password, and they need to be contacted, I can tell you how to buypass that but try doing what I suggested as it will be a lot easier
your motherboard's configurations is set to ask for password as soon as booting try using the password Toshiba ( with capital T ) or toshiba ( small t ) .. normally that's the backdoor password for Toshiba laptops .. if either don't work .. try to hold the left Shift key as soon as you boot the pc .. this also can be a solution to bypass the password.. if none is working let me know :)