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Default bios password toshiba satellite a135-s2276

When i turn my computer on there is a blck screen with a blue box that says enter password. what is the default password or how do i fix the problem? its is a toshiba satellite a135-s2276

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  • supine Mar 16, 2008

    when turn on the laptop, saw black screen with the bule box to enter password

  • Brian Cheyne
    Brian Cheyne Mar 25, 2008

    hey i am having the same problem as this soloution right here my toshiba turns on and the i get a black screen with a password to enter but dont no it need help please and thank you

  • adma Mar 26, 2008

    password on the black screen on the bios

  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2008

    I have a black screen with a blue box asking for a four digit password?

  • Offile Apr 28, 2008

    reset BIOS password for Toshiba A135-S2776

  • guerilla03 May 25, 2008

    exactly the same as the one posted earlier black screen blue box asking for password when turned on. Its a toshiba satellite A135 S2276

  • Jackiee01 May 31, 2008

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  • Anonymous Jun 09, 2008

    my computer is locked with a BOIS password

  • Anonymous Jun 21, 2008

    The same problem

  • Anonymous Jul 12, 2008

    COMPUTER

  • Anonymous Jul 18, 2008

    Have the same problem. HELP!

  • Chris Blake Jul 28, 2008

    My brother set a password and he forgot it. How can I rest the password so that he can you it again. Toshiba a135-s2276

  • shiv_shh Aug 23, 2008

    i forgat the password of bios i want the password

  • RisaPee Oct 04, 2008

    BIOS PASSWOD

  • Adam Mohammed Hardi
    Adam Mohammed Hardi Oct 12, 2008

    I have the same problem the pc keeps asking for bios passsword which i don,t know since i never set one for the pc

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    How do you short the solder pads? Step by step...please

  • hafidraymond Feb 24, 2009

    i turn on the pc (laptope)it gives toshiba i red then the password appears

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    I dont see any jopen1

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    blue screen asks for password I need help

  • martialway May 06, 2009

    I have the same problem, I tried removing the wireless card and the chip under it but that did not helpm I removed the memory cards but I have no clue what the jopen 1 soder pad is or how to short it,
    please help martialway@yahoo.com
    thanks

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I have a Satellite A135-S2356 that had the same problem. I tried the solution from PCTServices above and it worked great.

"Power unit off. Disconnect AC power. Remove battery. Remove the memory cover screw, memory cover and the memory modules. Peel back mylar from JOPEN1 solder pad. Short JOPEN1 solder pads for 30 seconds. Replace mylar. Replace memory modules. Replace battery. Power up unit. If all is well, replace memory cover and screw."
Just short the two little solder pads and it worked great! I thought I would have to send it back to the manufacture but I am back in buisness. Thanks for the help.
Bryan

Posted on May 24, 2008

  • Jorge Guerra Nov 16, 2010

    The mylar is the nylon that covers the motherboard, the JOPEN1 is in one of the corners, use a magnifier for better results.

    Jorge

  • lord4uall Jul 05, 2011

    It worked.....!!!!!!!!! hurray! my system is up and kicking!!!!!!!!! thank you so much...thank you so much! merci beacoup!

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There are a few ways that I can find through research... Power unit off. Disconnect AC power. Remove battery. Remove the memory cover screw, memory cover and the memory modules. Peel back mylar from JOPEN1 solder pad. Short JOPEN1 solder pads for 30 seconds. Replace mylar. Replace memory modules. Replace battery. Power up unit. If all is well, replace memory cover and screw. You can also simply take the unit apart and remove the cmos battery from the motherboard. The battery may be soldered on, you'll have to carefully remove it with a flathead screwdriver. You will not have to solder it back to the motherboard. This is a common glitch with toshiba laptops. You may want to contact them with your issue to see if they can tell you anything other than these two options.

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The Toshiba support site now admits the problem where the computer starts insisting on a BIOS password during power up, even though you never set any such pw. The Document ID is 98082321. Go to Toshiba support site, enter your model # and choose "Support Bulletins". It links to the BIOS patch you can download (if your computer is currently ok). If your laptop is currently insisting on the bios pw, Toshiba offers no DIY fix, but says they will fix it for free if you get the laptop to one of their support centers...

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Hey man,
i just tried the solution and it really really work. shorting the JOPEN1 under the memory modules did the trick thanks a lot man I really appreciate it.

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Toshiba u200 bios need reseting

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I am rather looking for a solution

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Must take the laptop to a Certified Toshiba Repair facility. They can zap it. Covered under warranty. This is a common problem with this model. I had the problem with mine and the above is the only thing I was qualified to try. Works fine now. When fixed, download the new BIOS from the Toshiba website.

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CONTRASEñA DE BIOS UN SATéLITE DE LA SERIE A215/s4757

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The solution posted here does work. It also worked for an a135-s2286. And don't unplug any chips under the wireless card. It might work but is unnecessary.
Some have asked What is "short, solder pads, mylar,..." of course I encourage a google search for jargon terms you don't understand. But to help progress.... sort - put metal (screwdriver) / wire (paper clip) between two electrical contacts (metal surfaces) solder pads - small silver metal surfaces that can be easily touched or a person can 'solder' (conductive metal glue for electrical stuff) to. mylar - heavy plastic, in this case it is clear and non conductive. It is used to protect the electrical computer board from people installing or working with the RAM. JOPEN1 - this is actually typed or printed on the green plastic board in the lower left corner of the RAM compartment. locate the RAM compartment - (on mine) power off the laptop and close the screen. Flip over the laptop so the front latch to open the screen is still facing you. The RAM cover is in the middle left to right and toward the back front to back. It is about 2" x 3". To remove the RAM spread the silver clips on each end and the RAM should pop-up at about 45 degree angle. DO NOT TOUCH THE CHIPS OR GOLD EDGE. (Okay, don't be too scared it isn't that fragile, but be careful or else you will shock (static electricity) and break it.) Handle the RAM only by the back two corners. Place it on the plastic RAM cover for temporary storage. Whatever you do, DO NOT put it in a Ziplock bag.
Happy fixing. David
"I have a Satellite A135-S2356 that had the same problem. I tried the solution from PCTServices above and it worked great.

"Power unit off. Disconnect AC power. Remove battery. Remove the memory cover screw, memory cover and the memory modules. Peel back mylar from JOPEN1 solder pad. Short JOPEN1 solder pads for 30 seconds. Replace mylar. Replace memory modules. Replace battery. Power up unit. If all is well, replace memory cover and screw."
Just short the two little solder pads and it worked great! I thought I would have to send it back to the manufacture but I am back in buisness. Thanks for the help.
Bryan"
The first place I found these instructions was: http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-1009-0.html?forumID=101&threadID=220572&messageID=2246837&tag=content;leftCol

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

Solution # 4 worked just fine for my laptop.
1. Removed Battery
2. Removed RAM
3. Removed Wireless Card
4. Removed Chip under Wireless Card

Waited for some Minutes, turned computer ON and was able to access BIOS.

Thx,

ICS

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

What is "mylar"? I have the same problem...but I don't know what is the MYLAR????PLEASE, tell me how to find it...please

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

My laptop is toshiba Satellite A135-s2286 and i have a problem with the bios passwod i.e, when i restart my system a black screen with a blue box appears and asks "enter password" so how should i fix this problem, please mail me with a best solution @npatel661@yahoo.com

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

I open the toshiba laptop batry but bios again ask me password and i forgot the bios settup password

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

Got to the cmos battery. Tried removing it from the motherboard to no avail. Didn't want to damage my friend's laptop. Ended up sorting the positive and negative, which sucessfully removed the password.

Adrian

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Don't short anything out. It won't work and damage your computer!!!!!

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Email me... i teach you how to fix bios password... bautistamila@hotmail.com

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Some Toshiba's can be convinced to bypass the startup BIOS password if you hold down the <LEFT-SHIFT> key while booting the system.


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i had the same problem with my Toshiba...
just remove the keyboard you find wireless card under it there is two
connections named (c) something just short them and power up your laptop and the password will gone.......

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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