Question about Dell Latitude D510 Notebook
If you forgot your BIOS password, then you can reset it by clearing the CMOS settings. Do to that, you have to remove a small battery present onto the motherboard in your laptop. Remove the back panel of your laptop and locate your motherboard carefully. There you can find a small coin sized battery which provides power to the CMOS to remember your system date, password and other settings. Remove that battery from your motherboard and replace it back after 15 mins. Then fix the panel back and restart your system. It will prompt you for setting up BIOS or to restore default settings. Now your password should also be cleared. I hope this solves your problem.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Dec 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) You can reset BIOS to default settings by pressing <Alt><F>
2) I am not sure about the laptops, but in the Dell Desktops usually there is a reset jumper on the motherboard which is seated on 2pins out of 3, you just need to remove that jumper turn on the pc once and the turn on the pc again by reseating the jumper to its original place. You can try this with your laptop, I guess the jumper should be somewhere close to the CMOS battery.
3) Remove the battery and keep it away for atleast 30 mins. and replace it again.
NOTE: make sure while following step (3) and (4) the system should be completely turned off. Unplug the AC adapter, remove the battery and hold the power button for atleast 8 - 10 seconds.
let me know the output
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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