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What do i do if i push f2 they want a password l

F12 give me two option but goes back to invalid partition table

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It would be helpful if we knew the Make, Model of Laptop and the OS you are using. If the BIOS is password protected, enter the BIOS password. If you unplug, remove battery, plug in reboot, select Normal boot.

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SOURCE: phoenix bios password

A direct way to blank out a BIOS password would be to remove the CMOS battery for a bit; I'm not sure where that would be in that particular laptop but commonly it is a small round flat battery

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SOURCE: Computer gives option for F2 for setup or F12 Boot Selection

Hit F12 and select last known good configuration

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it seems ur operating system has gone corrupt. Reformatting will solve ur problem.

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Have a toshiba c655 brand new in the box as soon as I turn it on it- says to enter current password. It will not let me use F2 or F12, it goes right back to enter current password. How can I solve this problem?

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Restore factory settings


If the computer comes with a hidden partition that can restore factory settings, then typically, you will hit ALT + F10 or F11 or F12 (you will have to try them one at a time) tap whichever one you are trying as soon as you push the power button and keep tapping until it goes to a restore screen. If you give the make & model of the computer, I can give better instructions. Some computers don't have a restore partition on the hard drive, so this is not an option.

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Have a toshiba c655 & forgot my password / as soon as I turn it on it- says to enter current password. It will not let me use F2 or F12, it goes right back to enter current password. How can I solve...


Have a toshiba c655 brand new in the box as soon as I turn it on it- says to enter current password. It will not let me use F2 or F12, it goes right back to enter current password. How can I solve this problem?

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Hi, "Reboot" the Computer, look at the bottom of the [Screen] there will be (2) two, "Options" F2 for {Utilitiys Setup} and F12 for [Boot Options]; you want to "Press" the F2 button immediately at "Startup!" Once your in the Utilities, you can change the [Password]. If all go well, let me know by giving a "helpful rating," thanks.

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Recovery drive


Usually (since drive d is another partition) you would boot to it by means of startup, the laptop should say something about, to enter a menu here press F6 or something similar. So when your computer turns on, press the f12, or f8 or f2 keys and see if it gives you a menu (the recovery option would most likely be in there). Beware to PLEASE backup your files before formating and turning everything back to as it was :) . Also, you should seriously consider asking Compaq for a recovery DVD, they are usually free and they are livesavers if something goes wrong with the partition on your lappy.

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