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Re: how to break bios password or manuals of breaking...
To reset the bios password you need to remove the cmos battery from the motherboard for 5-10 seconds, replace & reboot. Problem should be fixed. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
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there is no default password for that you will need to open up the laptop and remove the cmos battery inside to bring the bios back to its factory settings (without password). sometimes tho dell will add password , dell , or admin as a password. but thats usually for laptops and pcs they sell in bulk to businesses PLEASE let me know if this helped and sorry for the bad news about having to open up the laptop
if it is award bios then type "AWARD_SW" it will open. If any other bios then remove the cmos battery for few minutes and the password will become blank. There are supervisor passwords available for all type of bios kindly search google and you will get the list.
If you want to break the BIOS password word of your laptop, then you need to open your laptop and get to the motherboard of your laptop and remove the battery for like say 5-10 minutes for it to discharge, or you can use a wire to connect the positive and negative side of the battery together, so it can easily discharge, if you can not wait that long. Better still, if you can locate the bios jumper setting on the motherboard, then disable it.
These are the ways you can break the BIOS password.
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.
At a guess, on past motherboards there was an onboard battery to power the Bios memory chip storing the Bios data. Removing this battery momentarily and putting it back in place would erase such data. Upon restarting the computer, the Bios would revert to the manufacturer's default settings.
Laptops in general don't work that way my friend.
There is a loopback tool for toshibas, however it takes some experience to perform the proceedure.
I always wondered why/how folks install then forget a bios pswd.