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Remove password from award bios on asus laptop

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i have asus L3H laptop.But i can't on.because it ask about bios password.Bios system is award medallian 6.0 . I try all of back door password.But no result. Then i remove cmos batery.But still password asked.
I discharge all condensers.But no result.
Bios chip is SST MPF 39SF020A 70-4C-NH . when i search details about remove bios password on google,i found short 2 pin of some of chip can clear bios ram.such as Dallas.

So what did i do for this.Please replay me narada000@gmail.com i have asus X50RL series laptop.But i can't on.because it ask about bios password.Bios system is award medallian 6.0 . I try all of back door password.But no result. Then i remove cmos batery.But still password asked.

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  • mohamedbkm Jul 08, 2008

    i have asus X50RL laptop.But i can't on.because it ask about bios password.Bios system is award medallian 6.0 . I try all of back door password.But no result. Then i remove cmos batery.But still password asked.

  • mohamedbkm Jul 08, 2008

    i have asus X50RL laptop.But i can't on.because it ask about bios password.Bios system is award medallian 6.0 . I try all of back door password.But no result. Then i remove cmos batery.But still password asked.

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    i put a new passwd in but i forgt it so now i cant acess my computer how du i resetit

  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    i have asus M6000 laptop.But i can't on.because it ask about bios password.

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  • hi, after removing the cmos battery, wait for 10 minutes. Then replace the battery and try. Also you can try without the cmos battery.
  • let me know what happens.

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