Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
I haven't used my Toshiba laptop for months because it has a cracked screen. I about to have it replaced and I wont to transfer my data first. but I my password first to get into my system.
My laptop is an Toshiba satellite M65 S9092
You could try flashing the bios, but your wiggle room is limited. You may or may not see effects on the password. I would try the default 0000, or 00000. If that fails, i would look into flashing. It is hard, and risky, but it may be your only way out. Unfortunatly i would be liable if i told you how, so i would look up a blog about it.
Sorry i couldn't help
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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