Question about HP OmniBook XE4100 Notebook
If you don't know the password on the BIOS of your laptop, then it's likely that you won't be able to reset it. That's a down-side about putting BIOS passwords on a laptop. Some of the laptops were made with a reset button on the bottom of the computer. If your computer has it, it will look like the usual hole for a reset button. If you find a reset button on your laptop, then you are fortunate - just don't stick anything in the hole that will conduct electricity. If your laptop doesn't have a reset button hole, then about the only other way to reset\remove the password is to find someone who has schematics of that particular motherboard and is able to replace the BIOS chip. This is likely to cost you alot of money - probably more than the computer is worth.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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