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REMOVE BIOS PASWORD OF TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO L350-17H SYSTEM UNIT

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Tou need to call the Toshiba Support Team to give you code for that. there's now way they we can reset it unless we changed the mainboard

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There are many known ways to reset / remove / bypass the password:

* By removing the CMOS battery
* By using the motherboard jumper
* By using MS DOS command
* By using Backdoor BIOS password

but if it is the windows password,then you have to use a windows password recovery tool to reset the password.

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I dont know which password you asking about but:

if the password is in setup utility of system then you have to reset the bios & if it is of windowsXP then press ALT+CTRL+DEL 2times then it will ask for username and password,
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password:

no password and press enter if the system still say wrong username & password then it means you have to format & reinstall it if you also forgot administrator password.

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