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How can I clear a CMOS configuration in a Fujitsu AH530 ?

The problem is that i already took out the CMOS battery and so far only the time and date are reset. It still asking me for a password. And i can't find any jumper on the MoBo.

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Place a short on the battery holder's + and - tabs for a minute or two. It has to be on long enough to discharge a capacitor on the motherboard. This will delete the bios password only.

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you need to open your laptop, you will find it on the motherboard, near the battery you will find the CMOS reset jumper or switch.

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CMOS battery is located on the motherboard ...so you have to open the back cover of your laptop ...

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u can use the software herionee to change the password ...if not use the guide which is given to u with the lptp t

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To reset the BIOS password read the information from this link.

In your case I would suggest using Hiren's Boot CD as none of the others worked. There is a program called Kill CMOS which wipes the BIOS.

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Make sure your clear cmos jumper is not in the clear position! It is usually close to the battery and there is labelling on the mboard near it. If you're sure you didn't move it, then don't worry about that.Did you try setting the bios to defaults?
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