Question about Sony VAIO PCG-3A4L Laptop Charger (1300666LMD0011880)
Most motherboards are made with a reset switch. It is a line of three pins, with a jumper over two of them. To reset the bios (completely... everything back to factory settings) you move the jumper onto the other end of this line. Then boot the system up, turn it off again, put the jumper back into its original position and there will be no bios password.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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