Question about HP Compaq Evo Notebook N600c
There's no jumpers to set on a laptop as there is on a desktop motherboard to reset a BIOS password. Your best bet is to remove the main battery, open up the laptop and look for the backup (or BIOS) battery - they usually look like a few small button cell batteries together in a shrink wrap casing. Unplug that battery from the motherboard, and leave the laptop unpowered for 24-48 hours. Once you reconnect everything and boot the laptop, the BIOS should be totally cleared back to defaults, thus erasing the password.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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