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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if you mean unable to open laptop due to password
The password, otherwise known as the BIOS password that has been made into part of the Toshiba Satellite Laptop design, was built in for security reasons. However, Toshiba has also made life a little more difficult for those who have accidentally set the password, have forgotten it and don't know how to reset it. To prevent these troubles, there are routes to resetting or deleting the password completely from Toshiba laptops, including the Toshiba Satellite.
Making the BIOS Password Removal Tool b> There is a connector plug that can help you with removing the BIOS password from your Toshiba Satellite laptop, including model numbers 1415, 1800 and Pro 6100. In fact, they work on most Pentium III Toshiba and Pentium IV Toshiba laptops. To make this tool, take the DB25 connector off of your printer. Remove the screws to take apart the plug. When you take it apart, you will see a bunch of wires there which should have enough length to strip and solder them. The pins on the connector are marked between 1 and 25, so connect the wires together from the following numbered pins: 1+5+10, 2+11, 3+17, 4+12, 6+16, 7+13, 8+14 and 9+15. Some of these may already be connected inside of the plug. Insulate these groups of wires with electrical tape. b> Using the BIOS Password Removal Tool b> Connect this plug to a parallel port in your laptop and turn the power on. This will take you past the password setting stage and right into the operating system. If you are not comfortable with making this tool yourself, you can purchase it online. It will save you some time and effort. Check the list of laptops with which it works to make sure that yours is one of them. Other Methods There are two other methods that you can use to remove the password from the computer. One is the option to buy the guide online, but you don't find out what the instructions are until you have paid for the product. If you are not comfortable with this option, then you can try the following option. When you start the computer you will see the KeyDisk, which is the 'A:' prompt. When you see this prompt, type in 'SBFIXMBR'. This will take you through a number of instructions. Follow these and it will take you past the BIOS area and into your operation system. You can also call Stratum or visit the Toshiba website and download the Toshiba BIOS Update. This update can be used to flash the BIOS, although in some cases, you will have to reinstall your operation system and will not be permitted access to BIOS at all.
How to remove BIOS password from Toshiba laptops http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2006/02/10/remove-clear-toshiba-laptop-bios/
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