Question about Computers & Internet
I just got this from best buy I dont even think I set a bio password but now I cant open my laptop its asking for a password. I look on line for help but dont see anything for the toshiba satellite C855D-S5104 or does anyone know what best buy will charge me to reset bio password. this is nuts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 03, 2008
SOURCE: acer aspire 3690 bios reset
Underneath the ram (remove ram) is a jumper marked J3
short this out for a couple of seconds.
This will reset bios right back.
Boot and go straight to bios (F2) and set your options as needed there.
Eg date, time, drives,and any other options the bios needs to be able to boot the machine. When you have done make sure you SAVE then exit which will re-boot.
If you didnt mess any bios settings you should be back in business
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Posted on Aug 16, 2009
This should be able to be solved by opening the Ram bay and shorting out two solder points. Usually marked with a "xxx". The notebook should be started with these solder points shorted. Once the pc is on, it should go through the normal process without asking for a bios password. Once the pc is restarted, the CMOS password should disappear.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Ok turn the unit over to where the RAM is open the door( Toshi in off mode) remove both rams and look for two brassy flat peices of metal. Take a paper clip and bridge the two together...woosh !
Bios is reset.. no password. replace ram correctly close the door and start laptop as normal.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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