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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ruhh row...The only option I know of is to remove the cmos battery for about an hour. toshiba support may have a "generic password" that can be used.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Thats a Power On Password...I believe the only way that you can get around/reset/disable it...is by taking out the battery out of the Cmos. I will be looking for more ways other then that but thats one that i know works...
If you would like to attempt it...i dont recommend it for the no computer people...look up fourms and see if others have had the same problem or if people have taken the computer apart and replaced the cmos battery
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Okay....don't waste your time screwing around with the CMOS battery or RTC battery - it has nothing to do with keeping the BIOS password stored. Just buy one of them parallel port password removal devices, or make your own if you have an old, parallel port cable around doing nothing. If you're making your own, the schematics is available on the internet. After that, you can sell it and pass it along to the next guy - so it really won't cost you anything!
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Shutdown The System
Press ESC and Power button together
Enter the passwords if prompted
Press F1 to enter the BIOS
Select the password field (it shows Registered)
enter bkspc or space
enter your existing password
It prompts for New password
Repeat for verify
Now password is Unregistered
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Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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