Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
I have tried to remove the battery but it's soldiered to the motherboard so I can not remove it. I also have tried to enter passwords that I thought were true that resulted in being completely locked out. :( Now it asks for the password before it even boots. I heard that I can short two pins in order to reset the CMOS settings to factory.
Tap the restart or turn on the computer, soon as you turn on the computer, tap the f12 button until you get to the pat were it said delete and reboot. And just reboot. That will delete old passwords an delete everything and bring it back to factory default
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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