Question about Intel D865GLCLK Motherboard
Hello you just have to remove the cmos battery for 10 min an insert it again.
This will clear the bios to factory settings.
You need to set up the bios boot settings when job is done.
The battery in several sony is under the speaker/power switch section above the keyboard. You will see a screw, possibly next to the memory card slot, top left side. Unscrew the single screw, and CAREFULLY slide the top piece over then lift up to remove...but be CAREFUL because there are 2 flat ribbon cables attached to connect the piece to the motherboard. On 3 different sony systems the battery has been under this section. They are ridiculously expensive, so look for a generic replacement or be prepared to fork out at least $25 for a tiny battery.
Your local sony service center or a computer repair shop can also help you with removing the password.
But they will charge you a bit of money for the job.
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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