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I forgot my password on my toshiba pro6000 f1 dont work and cant get in to the bios and i have tried looking for the cmos batt but cant find it plezzz help

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  • cosmicstevo Mar 16, 2009

    do i have to touch the jumper pin as well as takeing the cmos battery and if so where is the jumper pin's to thanks for the help

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Here is the cmos batteryi forgot my password - 4fcd5bb.jpg

And look here how to dismantle:
http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba6100/Toshiba_Satellite_Pro6100_dismantle_1.htm

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

  • aliokas Mar 16, 2009

    You don't have to. Just disconnect batter, cmos battery and main, then press and hold power button for 20s. Connect everything back and turn on.

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