Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
The BIOS and any password is on flash memory which retains its content without need for any battery. If you can get the service manual, there is probably a jumper that can be applied which will bypass the password on power up. Another way is to just reflash the BIOS which may reset the password to its default (usually blank). There is a chance that the password is stored on a part of the flash memory that is not written to when the BIOS is reflashed which is why I use the term "may".
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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