The way to clear the BIOS password on a Toshiba Satellite P205D-S7438, is to take the laptop apart until you see the motherboard under the palmrest. There you will see a small soldered-on bios battery near the Express card slot, by desoldering it and then resoldering it, it will clear the password.
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Re: BIOS PASSWORD ON TOSHIBA P205D
U have to open the back covr of ur laptop then take out the CMOS
battery(type of big button cell) for abt 5 secs and insert it back and
then restart ur system.
if u do this correctly the password willbe reset.
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1. Check to make sure it is not stolen.
2. ask the seller for the password or your money back.
3. Check with toshiba find out if orig owner registered it.
4. Use a windows CD, wipe it and re-install windows.