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Hi, need to kmow how to kill password in bios in a gigabyte m/b 8KNXP without taking battery out. also drivers for sata drives sil 3112A or later versions ty. Mike

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  • Mike Peckham Oct 28, 2012

    ok i had to do the worst and remove the battery, that got rid of the password for tghe bios. i set up the hdd as a usb drive second and cdrom first started to get the windows files on the usb drive then it has to reboot but at this point it does not continue to load the windows files it just says boot from cd, as you know if i do this it will just repeat what ive already done. so not sure what is happening. i went away from the sata drives as this required the third party file from a floppy and my usb floppy has gone faulty it wont read the files :-(. but im not getting anywhere fast with this.

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Hi''yes removing of cimus battery will reset the password , it is free to open system bios , first you will go to exit before bios set up, click restore default then scape and go to the first set up-first boot is hdd 2nd is the cd rom then next is the removables, and in sure to enable floppy as set up below . ahnks for using fixya.com

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