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Forgot CMOS password

Motherboard: ASUS A7A133 ATX.

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Take battery out for 3min and put back

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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How do I reset the bios password on an Asus P4S-E motherboard? Cannot find the jumper to do this!


Remove the cmos battery for 15 min.


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This will reset the password.
Enter the bios and set the boot settings
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Here you can download drivers and a manual:

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remove all power from the motherboard. then remove the round back up battery from the circuit board. if the battery has a metal clicp on top it's best to gently slide a piece of paper between the arm and the battery as those clips are easy to break. some motherboards actually have a jumper you move to another position to accomplish this. i do not have the manual so this is the next best bet. wait about ten to fifteen minutes before removing the piece of paper and reapplying power. the password should be removed.

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what kind of password? bios or administrator password should be clear!..

if bios password reset it.. else administrator use PROGRAME OR SOFTWARE TO REMOVE IT.. LIKE < password changer which can dowload from the internet... try it..

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There is a blue jumper located just below the lithium battery on the motherboard. You need to remove the jumper and move it to the two pins on the right for about 10 seconds to clear the CMOS then move the jumper back to where you found it. That should clear out the password. It will also change all the BIOS settings back to factory so adjustments to the BIOS may need to be made after reset.

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I am sorry to say this but the problem you are describing is usually caused by a board failure. Given the age of the motherboard it is likely that it is finished.

However, before giving up, make sure that battery on the motherboard is good, all of the hardware is seated and plugged in tight. You could also try another power supply.

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to delete any bios password, remove the cmos battery and locate the bios clear terminals, normally called JBAT1, CLRCMOS, CLRCLK or similar, refer to the manual.

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