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Power on password

Hello\r\nmy name is moma
i broke my computer...
i play on the setup when am trying to change the boot part from the hardesk to the CD
i change and set many passwords
now i cant go through my computer , coz its ask for power -on password and i dont know what is it...
i try to remove the battery on the motherboard but still i cant go through...

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Reset the bios it will passwords

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