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Boot sequence password

How can i crack or release my boot sequence password to get optional boot i have only one boot option that is the hard disk

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Restart the computer and HOLD the keys CTRL or FN + f2 or ESC depend of your mark, model, and enter the BIOS setup select boot sequence and enable, and ready.
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