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If you have the users manual, look up how to clear the RTC CMOS. It's usually a 3 pin jumper which you move to the clr position for 30 sec. and it will wipe out everything stored in BIOS, including password. Next boot you will need to set a few parameters like time and date, but you should come up - oh after the 30 seconds, remember to put the jumper back to it's normal position.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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