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once i go thru control panel,users accounts and then select my account it only gives these options:change name, change password,remove my password,change my picture,change my account type ( i am the main computer tho),

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Toshiba locked asking for password


turn on, press F2 key to enter Setup. in Setup either cancel password (under Security) or choose Default Settings to cancel the password.

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When I turn the laptop on I see the Toshiba screen for just a second and then it instantly goes to this lovely black screen that says password= How this got there I have know idea. Can anyone help?


Dear beanbean,
This "lovely black screen" is a BIOS password screen. This shows up because somebody has set a boot-up password in the BIOS Setup. If you're lucky, the BIOS Setup is still unprotected, and you can access it as follows:
When you turn it on, look for something that says "Press [button] to enter Setup" or "Press [button] to enter Setup Utilities." Press the corresponding button on your keyboard, and you should enter BIOS Setup.

Now two things can happen. Either you are permitted to access Setup, or you are prompted for the password.
If you can access Setup, navigate to the Security tab and clear all set passwords.If not... then you can either reset BIOS by unplugging the computer, taking off the back, and removing the CMOS Battery (unrecommended), or you can call Toshiba support and ask for the master password (Most manufacturers have a master password, which will allow you to access Setup and remove the boot-up password)
Hope this helps,Ericthecmh

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How to remove toshiba a200 model the password after power on?


Press the appropriate key to enter BIOS setup.
Enter the current password, to allow you to access BIOS setup.
Then, set a new password.

The password exists to prevent a thief in possession of your laptop from using the stolen computer.

Find your original bill-of-sale, and telephone Toshiba, and they will help the registered owner in resetting the password.

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SETUP HAS GOT PASSWORD NOWAY TO INSTALL


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go to folowing link and red carfully you will know how to remove password

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Black screen with a enter pass word


The BIOS password is removed by the BIOS configuration, you need the BIOS password to get into the BIOS configuration.But if you do not have the BIOS password then you need to construct this dongle device.
TOSHIBA BIOS PASSWORD DONGLE
You can build a dongle that plugs into the printer port.Purchase a 25 pin male D sub connector and solder insulated wires to the various pins as listed below. The pins are numbered on the connector
http://www.tilman.de/sonstiges/toshiba/dongle1.jpg this is a picture of the finished dongle


Wire the pins as follows :-1-5-10, 2-11, 3-17, 4-12, 6-16, 7-13, 8-14, 9-15
Plug the finished dongle in the printer port and power up the laptop. The password will be reset, go into the BIOS configuration to check the BIOS password, you may have to disable the BIOS password..
OR there are other places that will sell you a "Key" for a price.
OR you can provide "Proof of Ownership" to Toshiba, and they will sell you a "Code" to remove the Anti-Tamper, Anti-theft, protection.

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How can i turn off the bios password of my laptop?


Hi,
assuming that you know the password. you enter the bios setup. usually F2-Esc Or Del.
whilst in the bios, search and change pages to find security setup, or similar. change password.
here you should find options to disable/enable or change the password settings.

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Mike @ compurepair.

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Password for setup laptop toshiba satellite p15-s479


somebody must have installed a password, but try this..

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How to Break BIOS Setup Password


Laptops in general don't work that way my friend.
There is a loopback tool for toshibas, however it takes some experience to perform the proceedure.
I always wondered why/how folks install then forget a bios pswd.
Good luck

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