Question about Acer Extensa 5620 Notebook PC
Posted by Anonymous on
The only way i have ever seen this done about 20 times in 15 yrs is to take the battery out of the mother board
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok on all desktops there is a jumper on the motherboard conecting 2 out of three pins and on the motherboard it says psswd. power off and unplug it then remove the door on the back where the ram goes ill bet thats where ull find it. take the jumper off and put it on the other pins. boot it up and password should be dissabled go int bios and make sure. u can leave it like this or turn off and replace the jumper. hope this helps.
P.S. if the jumper isnot by the ram check behind any other doors the laptop might have
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
This happens to many acers eventually...
the one way to completely fix it is to replace the motherboard, until that one breaks not to far in the future.
I recommend getting a new laptop, i had to when i had the exact same problem because i was sick of getting my motherboard fixed. I only had 3 until i gave up on acer.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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