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Lost user Password on my old computer laptop Panasonic CF-25

When I run my laptop, the floppy disk or the Hard driver begins to act. But after a minute or to, it stops running and a green key appears in the middle of the screen asking for a user password. As I have forgotten my password, I cann't write down the right answer.
What can I do? Can I find a floppy disk or a CD which will be able to resolve the problem. It was said that the hidden password is put in a EEPROM. I Have a programmator which allows me to read the inside of EEPROM but, I don't know the reference of the EEPROM WHICH IS SOMEWHERE ON THE MOTHERBOARD; SO I am in a mess.
Is there a solution: I don't want to threw my laptop through the open window and I don't want to kill myself because I think I have a lot to learn about computering before using the final solution.
Best regards for an old man who doesn't want to give up!
Jean Claude BARON

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Take the keyboard off below is the motherboard you will see a quarter sized piece that look like a battery.pop the side that is not sodered leave off with no power for a minute then soder the piece back to board and reattach the keyboard boot up and press f1 to enter setup. Go to supervisor setup and reset the password. This work for my laptop.

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Hi Jean Claude,

Sorry your having these issues. There is one thing you can try. When you are at the login dialog box, tap CTRL, ALT + DEL a couple of times until another dialog box appears saying Username and Password. In the username field type in administrator and leave the password field blank, press enter. Hopefully you can login and get to things thats needed. Hope this helps if not then get in touch.

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