Question about Panasonic Toughbook 29 Touch (P/N CF-29ETPGLKM) - DISCONTINUED PC Desktop
The boot-up passwords are normally set by the computer's BIOS. So a reset of the BIOS is normally performed in these cases. It requires opening your laptop's case, and removing not only the Big battery, but the tiny dime-sized battery on the motherboard. It's used to maintain BIOS settings and the Date/Time. Removing this battery will cause the custom settings to be wiped, and putting the battery back in will cause the default factory settings to be restored.
If you're talking about your windows password, it requires using software to crack your copy of windows. Which violates this site's rules.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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