Question about Medion MD 96340 Laptop
If you are running a laptop, I am sorry but a lost password BIOS is not easily recovered. If you have some computer knowledge, you can do it yourself. You need to take the laptop apart and find your motherboard manufacturer, model and version numbers. You might be able to find the jumpers without google, if you look on the motherboard, there will be 3 pins and a jumper on either 1-2 or 2-3. Take the jumper off and put it on the middle and the one that was not used. Wait 20 seconds and take the jumper back off and replace it where it was before. Please note you must take off the jumper ont eh one that says CMOSPASS or PASS. You can easily damage your laptop and render it inoperable if you attempt this task without knowledge of what you are doing. I would highly suggest you take it into a professional to have this done.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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