Question about ASUS Eee PC 1000HE Netbook
I bought an eee PC a year ago and never set any BIOS master password. I had my asus stolen last month and when the police returned it to me the thief had set a Bios password. How can I reset it? Is pulling the cmos battery the only option or can I use an Ultimate Boot CD I have on a USB stick?
REMOVE BIOS PASSWORD
PC BIOS toolkit is a password removal/decrypt and BIOS settings modification/backup/restore.
CMOSPwd - CMOS password recovery tools
Using a computer with Internet access, download the files from these WEB sites and create a bootable CD disc or copy to the USB memory stick to run them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus eee pc 4g bios password
You don't need to access bios to change boot drive just hit escape key a couple of times when you power on and it will give you options for which drive to boot from.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
I have an Asus Eee pc 2g surf. I inadvertently installed a bios 2008 upgrade and cannot provide a password and cannot get beyond this page. Assus techs cannot provide it without an invoice and I have none as it was a gift. Any solution? I have taken out the battery, pressed f2, shift f10 ( which gets me to a screen "Atheos Boot Agent Configuration Agent" but not sure how this will help)
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
On the motherboard, near the battery, you will see one of two things.
You may see three posts with a jumper on them. The jumper would be in the normal mode. You should see, next to one of the end pins writing that states CLR or CMR CMOS. Move the jumper to the that position and wait about 20 seconds. Then move the jumper back to the normal position and you should be good to go.
If there is no set of pins with a jumper, there may be two silver squares on the motherboard (very small) that will say something like CLR or RST. Jumping them with a screwdriver when the computer is disconnected from the power will do the same thing as the jumpers.
Posted on Nov 28, 2011
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