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BIOS Password Problem

After I updated my ASUS F9Sg BIOS to the newest (BIOS 305 / 2008/09/22 update), I can not go to the BIOS settings because of the incorrect password. I don't feel that I really forget the password.
Do you know the master password for Asus F9Sg BIOS (BIOS version 305)? please help...

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at boot up the laptop is asking for bios password what do i do?
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The only thing that a bios update would do would update the bio your password info should stay the same maybe your not typing it right try typing with or without cap lock

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