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To reset your BIOS password you need to call the NEC to give you a reset code. Most Computer manufacturers like DELL, HP do have password reset tool from their end. you just need to call them to ask for a reset code but expect to answer all security questions before they gave you the reset code.
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try the following; phoenix, PHOENIX, CMOS, BIOS If that does not work you have two options. 1) remove all power and all batteries for about 15 minutes (there is a battery on the motherboard) and it should reset to blank.2) if you can boot there are various bios hack programs to reset the bios but I would only do this as a last resort. I absolutely do not trust someone to hack the bios if I can avoid it.
The BIOS password may be removed by removing the BIOS battery from the notebook for 20 mins. If you cannot wait for this period, then short out the battery contacts for a few secs. Replace the BIOS battery and go to the BIOS configuration and set the Date & Time etc. If this procedure does not work then try this WEB site for BIOS passwords :- http://www.biosflash.com/e/bios-passwords.htm
A questions are to be asked here. Does the laptop work when connected to AC power supply? If yes does the battery charge when connected to AC? If yes does this turning off happen when running on battery too? Please answer these questions so that I can help you with the diagnosis.
Most machines have a jumper to reset the BIOS password. Sometimes, you just have to remove the coin cell battery and wait a few minutes for it to clear.
Try looking on NEC's website for that specific info on that model.
At any rate, it CAN be cleared out.
so you need to replace rtc to remove password or reset bios yeah...
send me your email and I'll give you link to download iso for bootdisk program to do just that..
you download software (I provide) unpack it (winrar) and write to cd,then use the cd to remove passwords and rest bios and a whole lot more