Question about Computers & Internet
Depending on what kind of laptop it is. Some you can go to the website of the computer that you have and do a search on reset bios password. Some motherboards have a jumper that you can move to erase the old password. Or even some you can press F5 in bios and reset it. And some just can't be reset. Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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