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In your bios you will need to change your boot sequense order to list the cd/dvd drive first. Save & Exit & your computer will be able to boot from the cd. Hope this helps.

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My bios has a password need to unlock


Download and burn Hiren Boot CD, put it in the computer you need to remove the password. Hopefully BIOS is already set to boot to disc first.

Run BIOS Cracker.
This video was ran from a virtual computer so it has no BIOS to reset.


If the CD doesn't boot you will need to open the computer and remove the CMOS battery to reset the password

Dec 18, 2012 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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on Mar 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How should the BIOS be set up?


This is the recommended way to do it.Turn on your computer and press F2 to enter the system setup. If you have problems with the Bios you have to get a Bios upgrade by getting software from dell then you can do the following.Reset the boot sequence to boot first from the floppy drive or the CD drive (depending on whether your flash BIOS update is supplied on floppy disk or CD).Insert the flash BIOS update floppy disk or CD, and reboot the computer. The computer updates the BIOS and then automatically reboots. mmediately press F2 to enter the system setup program, and reset the boot sequence to the normal setting. Then exit the system setup program.

Jan 09, 2012 | Dell Latitude C640 Notebook

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I want to reset password of DELL Optiplex Gx-280 to enable cd rom on boot option .


remove the jumper, they have two pins only, turn on the computer, wait for 1 minute. The jumper is located close to the power plug, in the right side,

Apr 09, 2011 | Dell Optiplex GX280 (99301) Motherboard

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Error Message: F12=Network Service Boot


The BIOS may have reset to the default settings. Sounds like this was originally a workstation on a Corporate Domain Network. Access the BIOS and reset the boot order for CD first, then Hard Drive - you can even disable Network as a boot option. Power spike won't affect the Hard Drive contents, but it can reset a BIOS. Your win2000 should be intact.

Mar 11, 2010 | Compaq Armada M700 Notebook

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My laptop won't boot from cd


to reset the BIOS, there is a small battery somewhere in your computer. if you unplug it for 3 seconds, it will reset the BIOS. I RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT TRY THIS! get a service professional. If this doesn't work you might need to get a new laptop.

Dec 29, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A105-S2712 Laptop

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Reset cmos and now it won't showhard driveand it


can u view the HDD in Boot sequence in BIOS boot seq...have u reset the BIOS/COMS using any tools...try reseting the BIOS boot seq to boot from HDD insted of floppy or CDROM...also check how many HDD is displayed in the BOOT seq...the machine normaly boots from HDD 0....
else try to boot from CDROM....and insert a BOOT CD/WinXP cd in the CDROM drive...

Dec 15, 2009 | HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard

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How to reset bios password


You will have to pull the CMOS battery which is a small button sized battery on the motherboard, it powers the BIOS. Then just put it back in.:-)

Nov 15, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook

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Password


that is because the password in question that you are trying to get past is the BIOS password most likely. Verify that your computer is turned off, remove power cord from back of computer, and find the jumper near the Bios chip on the motherboard. It will usually be close to the battery ( another option, temporarily remove the battery for about 30 seconds, then replace the battery into its proper position ). Be careful when you do this as some battery sockets are a pain to work with. Anyway in nearly all cases, the Bios reset jumper is located very close to both the battery and the bios chip ( firmware ). Removing the Bios reset jumper and positioning it one pin over from the initial position will usually reset the bios and get rid of the bios password requirement. Always put the bios reset jumper back into its initial position before re-appying power to the motherboard. Be careful not to leave anything loose lying around on the motherboard or in the case, else you might fry the motherboard..
Once you have successfully managed to get past the Bios password, then you should see the computer start to boot up normally and prior to Windows boot up and in the Bios routine you can configure the computer to boot to CD first. In many more modern situations, the motherboard is already configured that way.

Feb 23, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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