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Remove bios password of ecs A535 notebook

How to remove of bios password of ECS A 535 Notebook Need to remove the BIOS password set by a previous user on the PC I was given this morning..

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If it is a desktop pc then you can remove the bios password just by removing the cmos battery & putting that back after 10 mins ...

or better if you change it ....
bios password & user defined settings of bios will be stored thus by removing the battery it can resetted ....
if it is the laptop then you must take a backup in the cd with other computer by downloading the iflash bios update utility from the motherboard manufacture site according to your model ..
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