Question about Panasonic Toughbook CF-51 Notebook
Remove the bios battery for 10 minutes
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
The older Panasonic Toughbooks like the CF51 will allow you
to run a utility from the HIREN Boot CD called killcmos.
If the unit can boot then you can boot from the HIREN cdrom
and find the CMOS utilities. KillCMOS is usually on the
second page of utilities. This utility works, I have used it lots
of times. And you do not have to dismantle your Toughbook.
Richard - Montreal Based
Panasonic Toughbook Dealer since 1989.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are Linux password removal programs on the Internet. It is designed to remove passwords on NT, Win 2K and XP.
You copy the program to a CD and boot up from this CD. It allows you to reset or remove the users and administrator passwords.
Google search for these programs "password recover" There is another solution. You can reinstall windows and this will give you a clean computer and possibly better performance without the accumulated junk/rubbish. Don't forget to get/download all the device drivers (eg. video, audio, modem,NIC etc.) before you start.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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