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TOSHIBA SATILLITE PRO SP M30... FORGET BIOS PASSWORD... I CAN NOT ENTER... LAPTOP...

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There is a back door on some of there laptops the password woudl be toshiba
if that doesnt work the EASIEST WAY IS TO DOWNLOAD THE BIOS FROM THERE WEBSITE AND FLASH THE BIOS to flash the bios you just download the bios from the website it will come with an installer and you can run it on your thumbdrive toshiba will explain how to flash the bios!

i will include a link to an article to bypass it with a neat trick if you have a parrellel port its towards the bottom of the page you just "short out the pins" and it resets it
http://www.tech-faq.com/reset-bios-password.html is the link. worst case comes to worse you will have to open up and remove the cmos
hope this works. leave me some feedback! i took a good time looking for a solution as i thought i had it but i was wrong (tested it on mine after reading this as i have a pro series as well

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