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You will need to turn your travelmate upside down and remove the ***** from the hard drive panel or Ram cover...try both.You will see a small battery(cmos battery). If you can see where it is plugged in and can reach it,unplug it for about 10 seconds and plug back in then put your covers back.That should reset your bios so you dont need a password.You can go back in your bios at a later time and set a new password if you wish :)
I know some methods to reset bios password. 1. The best and easiest method: Close OS and shut down the electricity power of computer. Open your computer box, take out the cmos battery from the mainboard. Then the bios password will be reset to blank. Put it back after a few minutes. 2. Follow some tutorials. For example the tutorials: Reset ACER Aspire 3610 BIOS Password - Only 8 Steps
To disable the bios password on your laptop, you will need to remove the
cmos battery on your laptop for some minutes and insert back, the cmos
battery is located on the motherboard of your laptop, once the cmos
battery is removed from the motherboard for some minutes, the bios
password will be reset, and the bios password will be disable.
You may reset the BIOS password by removing and re-inserting the CMOS Battery.
The CMOS Battery will store the Computer date, time, BIOS password etc.,
Hence, removing and re-inserting the CMOS Battery will reset the BIOS password.
However, please let me know if you need detailed information to remove the CMOS Battery.
Hope this helps.
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when I have had this issue in the shop, we would open the bottom of the laptop , find the cmos battery (looks like a watch battery) and short out its terminals for a minute or so. this will reset the bios to defaults, and likely dump any passwords set in the bios.
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Check on motherbord again you can find cmos cell it is look like round battery cell. Then pull it for 10 minutes so all bios settings are defaults. Also you can clear bios with jumper find jumper on motherbord it has 3 -pin 1-2-3 right now jumper is in 1-2 position set it to 2-3 position so your bios is clear.Then again set it to it's original position. then it not ask for password. Let me know if you need more assistance. Thanks.