Question about Sony Computers & Internet
The BIOS password can be removed on older laptops and computers by removing the BIOS battery, wait for 1/2 + hour then insert the battery back again. The BIOS will be reset to the default state and you will need to go tinto the BIOS configureation to set the Time & Date etc.
If this does not work, it means that the BIOS password is stored on an EEPROM chip and there is no backdoor password available and is extremely difficult to remove.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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