Question about Acer Aspire 7560-Sb416 -25520
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove the cover which has your power button and covers the LCD cables. Remove the keyboard and flip it over, being careful to not pull too hard on the cable. There's 2 small triangular silver connection pads beside the keyboard connector on the main board - connect them together and power on your computer (flat screwdriver works fine). Press the f2 key - you'll find it doesn't prompt you for a password. You can lift off the connections now. Go to exit and save changes, and you're password free.
. . <-connect these
. . . __________________
. . . __________________ <-keyboard connector
Posted on May 18, 2010
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you will able to remove Acer BIOS passwords by simply opening your notebook and removing the CMOS battery for 30 minutes.
Once your BIOS password is removed, you will need to press the key during POST (Power On Self Test) to enter the Acer BIOS setup.
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