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Bios password problem

We have a Toshiba Satellite and when we turn it on, it asks for the password, we enter it and it acts like it is loading and then the screen goes blank. Windows never starts or anything.

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    eric gieseke May 11, 2010

    you can get around this with a hardware dongle for $9 if all else fails
    it works many times on nearly ANY unlike some software disks or cds ,but again if all else fails.

    eric


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I have a toshiba a65-s1068 pc notebook
the battery went dead now when i turn it on its asking me for a password

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This only works with P3s or lower
if you don't know the password or do know..


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