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This is because you didn't install the Sony Share Library or Sony Firmware Extension Parser.
As a work around you can disable the pop up with the following steps:
1) Click on Start
2) Click on Run
3) Type "MSCONFIG"
4) Press Enter
5) Click on the Startup tab
6) Scroll down and locate ISButility
6) uncheck it
7) Restart the PC
If you have forgotten your BIOS or system password, there are no software tricks or magical gimmicks that will get the password cleared. Laptops are different in that they are designed to not work with “backdoors” etc. for security reasons. There is one true way that works most of the time and that is hardware.
The Cmos (RTC) battery that is mounted on the motherboard in most cases holds the key, if your motherboard has the battery that is connected to the motherboard by using a two wire socket that plugs into the MOBO, then here is the procedure.
On the motherboard where the battery plugs into, you will see two pins sticking straight up, these engage the plug on the battery side. These two pins have to be “shorted” and then the motherboard powered up for approx. 30 seconds, then power down the system and replace the Cmos battery and reboot. Your password problem should be cleared up. The best way to “short” the pins is get another cmos battery and cut the wires from the battery part, bare the ends and twist together, this will short the pins. Make sure you tape the connection good on the jumper you just made….don’t want to touch anything else with powered up bare wires. Good luck.
Your laptop will have a VGA output or possibly a S-video out. For the
VGA you'll need a standard VGA cable. Plug the cable in to your laptop
and the PC input of your TV. If your TV does not have PC input it may
have a DVI input. IF it does you can use a VGA/DVI adapter to plug it
in. If it doesn't have a DVI input you can use the S-Video output on
your laptop with a standard S-video cable. After the connection to your
TV is made you will have to toggle alternate display by pressing and
holding your [Fn] key and pressing F4, or F5, or another F# key. It's
the one that looks like a TV screen. Press once to turn on output,
press again to turn off your laptop screen, press again to go back to
laptop screen only