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How will i remove bio protection security from my system

Everytime i turn on the system i don't wantto swipe my finger and i am not finding any solution about how to remove this security system

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  • Meowmmm May 11, 2010

    First of all I would not do anything that requires you to short your battery or open your computer! Can you please confirm what type of Fingerprint software your computer uses. Generally, most of them use Protector Suite? This way just the software can be disabled?

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If this is about bios password ...the way to dispose it is to reset bios by short the bios battery pin..(some models have switches ) or just remove the battery of the bios for a few seconds...this will get the bios to the factory defaults and remove any passwords from its memory ...The action is necessary if you have settings to make in Bios or have devices disabled..cause any move you will make it will ask for the password..
the operation require to open the laptop an remove the keyboard..

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Hi ginamarieanc,

There is always a password associated with the "finger swipe"
If he somehow managed to setup without a password you would be able to hit the enter key with the password bar blank and get in.

If you get an incorrect password error that means there is a password.

If you could get him to let you in once you could change the password. The only other way is to remove the cmos battery and reset the bios, you would need to disassemble the laptop to do that.

If I was a CSI I would be able to tell you how to lift his print off of a glass of water and make a mold of it(just kidding, I don't think that works)

Sorry I couldn't be of more help but let me know if I can help with removal of the cmos battery.

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