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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Why you want to open the laptop? on the back of the laptop are some screw take aut all the screw and is all ready open, take care to not break any conection under the keyboard and mouse.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
i cannot be sure because i have never seen inside this type of computer, but it should be the same as any other.
on a normal motherboard there are 2 ways to reset the BIOS, the first of these is to remove and then replace the cmos jumper. the second is to remove the cmos batterry wait 5-10 minutes and then put it back into its slot.
i prefer the second method as it is easier and removes the confusion and mess of jumpers.
once the case of your computer is off the cmos batterry should be easy to see, it looks like a watch batterry and is about the size of a 10 cent peice. normally you will require a small flat head screew driver to remove the batterry
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have locked myself out
If you have problems with your BIOS password, one thign you can do is to remove the CMOS battery from the compute, to reset the BIOS password.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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