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Re: Satelite A55-S306 Password removal
Disassemble the laptop, and get try taking out the bios battery(not the laptop battery, the BIOS battery, looks like a watch battery.). Leave it out for a few hours, and while you're at it try this. Look around (carefully) inside the case for some jumper switches near a bios chip or the battery. If you do, and if there are more then 2, don't touch them yet. After 2 hours have passed, put the battery back in, reassemble, and try turning on.
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Power unit off. Disconnect AC power. Remove battery. Remove the memory
cover screw, memory cover and the memory modules. Peel back the black
lebel back from memory module 1, I soldered PAD500 solder pads (to
short circuit them), install one memory memory in slot 2 and turned notebook
on, it erase the password and boot without asking for one. Then power
off desolder PAD500, replace mylar. Replace memory modules. Replace
battery. Power up unit, replace memory cover and screw. Whalá!! the
password gone, and you can enter to bios setup to set a new password if
What you should do is in the following order: 1.Go into bios and load defaults (usually hit F1) 2.Go into bios and set the boot sequence as HDD number 1 3.Go into bios and disable network PXE boot if possible. 4.Now retry 5.No success press F12 and choose HDD as boot up 6.Now retry 7.No success then remove the HDD clean the contacts and reseat 8.Now retry 9.No success open the laptop lid locate which part of the laptop the hdd is located and just give the laptop a tap in that corner and abit of a push (with the laptop turned OFF) Ive successfully fixed 2 of my IBM's doing this. 10.Still no success try changing the HDD and reformating a fresh 11.Still no success i would open the laptop up completely remove the motherboard and oven bake your motherboard and 375f for 10 minutes BUT BE WARNED DO A GOOGLE SEARCH BEFORE DOING THIS!. This method can also repair other faults such as GPU faults, Memory faults..ect.
Sounds like you have snapped the centre connector in the laptop. If you look at the AC connector on the laptop there should b a "pin" in the centre. These frequently snap off, symtoms are : Battery will not charge Will not turn on from AC supply.
There are some firm which will replace the ac jack for you but it will cost.
Interent search .. replace DC jack on toshiba