Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Take or send the computer to a Toshiba Service Center to have the password reset or cleared. You may have to show proof of ownership, and the service is not free if computer is not under warranty.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no solder joints that you have to find. It is a small battery that looks like a coin. You don't need to
short it. Just take it off from where it is located, and at the same time take note what side of the battery
is facing down or up (+ or - ). Study how this is mounted. Some sort of a flat lock spring is holding it. Just push it on the side to take it off. Once this battery is out. Wait for 15 minutes, and at the same time, push the power on of your PC to take away residual charge on the motherboard capacitors.
Then you can mount the battery back the battery at
same position when you take it off.
This will erase the BIOS password. OK
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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