Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
Toshiba satellite A135-s4677 default passcodes
Hello, There is 3 things you can do.
1st the most easy thing to do if you have nothing important on it then do a complete system restore. by selecting the relevent key f10 f11. OR you could try pressing F8 before wndows starts to boot then from the new menu select recovery option from that menu the follow the on screen options
2nd if it can be done as an option in the restore menu then do a partial restore to a previous point that might remove the password.
3rd use another computer to download a password removal tool this uses the startup boot via a bootable dvd/cd it then uses its built in program to access the Microsoft password system then to either remove or change the password.
However if it is the bios you will need to short the cmos by taking it apart removing the battery or using the jumper to clear it. this WILL void any warranty though.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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