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How can you bypass the power-on password

I accidently forgot the power-on password for my Toshiba A25-S208 laptop and I was wondering if there was a way to Bypass it. And if there is, How can you bypass it?

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    Carolyn Moore Apr 02, 2014

    What happened is that I forgot the (BIOS) password. I thought I wrote it down somewhere but I can't find it. my memory isn't as good as it was when I was younger. I've tried all different combos to my usual passwords to no avail.

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You need to take or send the laptop to a Toshiba Service Center to have the password erased. You may have to prove ownership of the machine. You may also be charged for the service if the laptop is no longer under warranty.

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