Question about Computers & Internet
there is a small coin shaped silver object , its a lithium battery , (CMOS real time clock battery)
remove or disconnect it for about 1 minute. Place it back or reconnect it . screw the plastic part back to the rear of notebook , reconnect the battery back up and AC adapter. start computer -- this process of temporarily removing the small lithium battery will have reset the system to start up without password requirement.
i hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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