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So you don't have any idea what that password about, right? Then you can try to enter the BIOS by pressing a key or several keys when restarting according to the model of your computer (instruction about which key to press to enter BIOS should be there on the manual) and then you can reset the password. If there is a password for BIOS either, you will have to try to release the CMOS memory where the passwords are remembered. Some computers may not have that option for security sake. To clear CMOS, try the steps on the following links.
I would prefer the other two methods on the bottom of this page to clear the CMOS.
This one also have right steps and links for more reference.
In case it is not the CMOS, then I guess you may need a virus scanner for that password prompt after a beep.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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