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On the computer motherboard locate the BIOS clear or password jumper or dip switch and change its position. This jumper is often labeled CLEAR, CLEAR CMOS, JCMOS1, CLR, CLRPWD, PASSWD, PASSWORD, PSWD or PWD. To clear, remove the jumper from the two pins currently covers the replace it over the other two.
in desktop computer this can be done by shorting cmos reset dip switch or removing cmos battery momentarily for a couple of seconds or minute at least. If you are working on a laptop computer the location of the dip switch (almost never a jumper) can be under the keyboard or on the bottom of the laptop in a compartment such as the memory compartment.
To remove the bios password you need to clear the CMOS. Open your laptop casing look at your motherboard. locate the CMOS jamper it is near the battery. To clear remove the jamper and turn your computer on with in 5 to 10 seconds and turn it off. Reinsert the jamper back to there proper place and try to turn go to BIOS if there will be a password box appear.
You need to open your laptop and look at the motherboard and locate the CMOS battery. Just remove it with in 5 minutes to clear BIOS password.
To remove the bios password you need to clear the CMOS. Open your laptop casing look at your motherboard. locate the CMOS jamper it is near
battery. To clear remove the jamper and turn your computer on with in 5
to 10 seconds and turn it off. Reinsert the jamper back to there proper
place and try to turn go to BIOS if there will be a password box appear.
You need to open your laptop and look at the motherboard and locate the
CMOS battery. Just remove it with in 5 minutes to clear BIOS password.
At his time you need to open the back cover of you laptop to solve the
problem. You need to reset the CMOS battery of jamper to clear BIOS
password. To open the back cover you need to remove first the laptop
battery after that fine and remove some screw. Once you have
already remove the screw and the cover you can see there a small circle
CMOS battery you need to remove is to clear all stored password in CMOS
memory. You can also see there a jamper near the CMOS battery just
remove that and turn on your laptop with in 10 seconds and turn off.
Reinsert the jamper with the same position. Now the CMOS password are already clear just turn on your laptop first before you close the cover.
At this time you need to cleat the BIOS password first so that you can get into BIOS. To cleat the BIOS password you need to open your laptop you just remove the battery first. Remove the screw and open the back cover. Locate the CMOS battery, all password are stored in CMOS memory.
Remove the CMOS battery to clear the stored BIOS password, Or you can remove also the CMOS jamper near the CMOS battery and turn on the unit with in 10 second and turn off. Reinsert the jamper. Now the BIOS password are already clear you can get now in BIOS to change some settings. Good luck
the cmos jumper which is usually located near the battery has
2 position one is short and the other is opened . its not possible for the system to start if its short at the same time no damage will occure if the system is started while its short.
so whenever the system starts then the jumper is set right.