Question about Toshiba Tecra M2 Notebook
I have a toshiba tecra m2 laptop which now has a unknown bios password. i read about it that it can be removed by a jumber or by replacing the EEPROM. so i opened the motherboard but i can't find any jumber and also the BIOS. what should i do for this password to clear. i tried a parallel connection also.
You can remove the cmos battery (small round battery on the motherboard) for about 45 min and the password should be cleared.
Bios will be resetted to default settings.
Please rate, thks.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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