Question about Toshiba Portege R100 Notebook
Hello sir my labtop toshiba R100 i lost my pass word plese help me
Do you mean you have lost the password at the windows startup??If yes here's the solution:
Turn off your laptop. Restart and press the F8 key repeatedly until you get a menu that has an option to go into safe mode. Select the relevant option number then press enter.
Then it won’t ask you for any password, just go to control panel>user accounts>add or remove user account, here change your password or remove it. Thats it you are done, shut it down and then restart it and at your welcome screen enter da new pass.
If you have lost you bios password then here it is:
1) Identify your BIOS manufacturer (usually displayed at boot-up)
2) Start in DOS, or start a DOS session in Windows 95/98/ME. For Windows NT or Windows 2000 boot from a DOS or Windows 95/98 boot disk (you can find boot disks at www.AnswersThatWork.com)
, and run CMOSPWD from your boot floppy (or another floppy).
3) C: [Enter] cd CMOSPWD [Enter]
4) Type CMOSPWD at the DOS prompt and press Enter.
5) CMOSPWD will display a list of possibilities. Use the possibilities itemized against your BIOS manufacturer. Remember:
a) For AWARD BIOSes, use the Numeric Keypad (with NumLock ON).
b) AWARD 4.50PG BIOS always accept "AWARD_SW", or "d8on", or "589589".
c) Old Phoenix BIOSes will accept "phoenix".
6) If the standard method does not work, then try to kill the CMOS password with CMOSPWD /K (and press Enter), and then see if you can get into the CMOS without a password. If you can, you successfully "killed" the old CMOS password. DO NOT KILL THE CMOS ON LAPTOPS!
On laptops, the password is usually stored in an eeprom on the motherboard;
you need an eeprom programmer (electronic device) to retrieve it.
Download the cmos software from here:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2008
You can remove the bios password by removing the battery wait for 10 to 15 seconds then return power on. you can also reset this by transferring the cmos clear pins from pin1-2 to pin3-4 wait for 10 seconds then return to pin1-2 then power on.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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