Question about Fujitsu LifeBook E6624 Notebook
Laptops are the same as Desktop computers. The BIOS password is usually retained by either a battery or capacitor. If it's a battery then you simply have to remove or unplug the battery. If it's a capacitor then it needs discharged, usually by connecting two pins together. You'll have to do some research on the motherboard that exists inside your specific notebook.
Please note that removing a BIOS password to access a computer that doesn't belong to you is illegal.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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