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Well, for desktop, the best solution is to play around with the Bios Battery. Turn off the System and unplug the display cable and power cord. Open the case (Only one side will be enough), look for a small battery, remove it using a screw driver by pushing the lever. The Cmos Bios Battery looks likes this;
Push the lever on the right side, remove it and leave it for few minutes (at least minutes).
Again install it and reboot your system, it'll work fine without asking you to enter the password.
If in case the problem persists, please let me know so that I can assist you further.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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