Question about NEC Versa VX Notebook
You might try resetting you BIOS back to default settings. Do this by turning PC on and right when it first comes on you should see some options on the screen that say F2 = BIOS set up or something like that. Any way press F2 at first screen you see when PC comes on. This will put you into the BIOS. It should look like this.
Use arrow keys to navigate to Auto Configuration with Defaults. This with set BOIS setting back original setting which should remove the password.
Hope this was helpful.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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