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Need to unlock phoenix bios password for toshiba satellite a135-s4527

Tried removing the battery(not cmos) for half an hour I HAVE A TOSHIBA SATELLITE P205-S6337 CANT GET PAST BIOS PASSWORD

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  • themoneymark Feb 06, 2009

    i have a toshiba statillite a105 and i load it up all i get now is a blue bar that sayes password with a black sreen how can i unlock this is there a backdoor password for this

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Remove the keyboard the mobo battery is there you need to unsolder one end of it, lift the leg, and turn it on that way for it to clear.. you will have to resolder once done.. have the skills or find someone that does... and you're set..

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Toshiba Satellite P205-S6287 Notebook ACPI Flash BIOS 1.70 Windows XP
Version 1.70 - 2007-09-06

  • Changed the logo.
  • Added a workaround in the BIOS code to prevent an automatic password (spontaneous password) issue.
  • Added: Nvidia NVIF TV mode support function due to a new driver requirement.
  • Corrected: A password may be automatically set during a DOS BIOS update from V1.60 to V1.70.
  • A change was made to in the EC BIOS code to prevent a PWR_OK signal glitch when turning off the computer in battery mode.
Applicable Models:
Satellite: P200-ST2071, P205-S6297, P205-S6298, P205-S6237, P205-S6247, P205-S6307, P205-S6337, P205-S6348, P205-S6327, P205-S6277, P205-S6267, P205-S6287, P205-S62
Hope this works for you. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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Look around the battery(Cmos) for a jumoer try moving the jumoer

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Need to unlock phoenix bios password for toshiba satellite a135-s4527


Hi,
You would need to take the Cmos battery apart for 10 minutes. There another way whit password cracker but it is more hard to do it. Try searching for Hiren Boot CD's. Thanks Let us know. Obed

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