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Fujitsu LifeBook E8310. Voltage fluctuations followed by stopping of the leptop. Phoenix BIOS password reset on request. I never set the activation password. Syk for suggestions!

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Posted on May 25, 2008

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SOURCE: fujitsu n series n3530 lifebook

you need to open your laptop, you will find it on the motherboard, near the battery you will find the CMOS reset jumper or switch.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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SOURCE: I HAVE A PROBLEM W/ MY FUJITSU LIFEBOOK FMV 6866NU

You can download new drivers from here:
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That's a spectacularly old laptop, fyi. The video card manufacturer went out of business a decade ago.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: forgot bios password

You might have to remove battery cell which is located backside of every laptop and then on your laptop try to access bios if it works then off the laptop attach the cell again in same position and enjoy bios without password.

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Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Fujitsu Lifebook C4135 specs (32bit CardBus slot included?)

This is a very old laptop, when new it was installed with Windows 98.
Not sure if it had a PCMCIA slot on the laptop, but it can be easily identified if you look on the laptop. If it has PCMCIA slots, most likely it would be located on the LHS or RHS of the laptop. The PCMCIA could be a single slot or a double slot and it would be 55mm wide ie 2 3/4 inches wide with an eject button for a single slot and two eject buttons for a double slot.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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This will not work, all the guys posting here have NOT tried this "solution". Do NOT waste ppl time please! Lifebook E751 has a security chip and the password will NOT be reset even if you physically rewrite the BIOS on a BIOS programmer.

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I have a Fujitsu-Siemens Lifebook e8110 which has bios password and I can not reset it. has both the administrator password and user. user password can only view the BIOS. administrator password I need to...


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To reset your BIOS password, you must disconnect your laptop-battery. Wait a few minutes, and put it back in. Now your BIOS password has been reset and you can access your BIOS again.


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In that link there is step by step solution for that. . . you will need all the CD's that came with your laptop and follow the instructions . . . if you need more help don't doubt to write again. . .hope it help you. .

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http://solutions.us.fujitsu.com/www/content/pdf/SupportGuides/E8310_UG_B5FJ-3971-01EN-00.pdf

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