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Black screen, blue box, enter password

When trying booting up my notebook, I received a black screen with blue box, stating ''enter password''. Any advise on how to solve. Any information you could provide, would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. LD

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You have to reset your bios password.
For that open back side of laptop cover then you find motherbord chipset pull cmos cell for 15 minutes so all settings are reset.
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