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The easy way is to visit http://www.unlockbiosrecovery.com/Unlock_Fujitsu_Bios.php and for $20 they will supply you with a master bios password that will clear out any set bios password, they also guarantee it to work or they refund your money.. I use them frequently with my work repairing laptops and they always work for me.
If the password is stored in the BIOS chip, then removing the BIOS battery for 1/2 + hour then re-insert the battery will reset the BIOS to the default settings and you will need to set the date & time setting again etc. If the password is stored on an EEPROM chip then it will be very difficult to remove, there are no backdoor passwords.