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I dont think so as the S1712 uses the Atheros® 802.11 b/g wireless-LAN card and the s2716 uses the Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG card. You can call Toshiba TS to verify, but most likely they are not interchangeable as they are different. That doesn't mean that it is 100% a no go as it still might function, but chances are slim. Here are links to the specs for each machine:
If you are talking about the BIOS settings or password, then you will have to dissasemble the laptop and take out the BIOS battery (a coin battery, not the laptop's battery itself). Then you'll have to replace it after a few minutes then reassemble the laptop. That should restore it to factory settings. Also, if it asks for any password at boot time (not windows login screen) the default should be "toshiba".
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The LCD screen mask is secured by five screws. These screws
are hidden under the screw seals.
Remove three screw seals from the top and two seals from the bottom of the LCD
Remove LCD mask securing screws.
Start removing the LCD screen mask with your fingers. Place
your fingers between the mask and the screen and release plastic latches.
To release plastic latches on the side you can use a guitar
pick. Do not use a screwdriver or you can damage the screen.
After all latches are released, you can
remove the LCD screen mask.