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HI, i BOUGHT A USED E-MACHINES E520 LAPTOP AND UPDATED THE BIOS AND CAN'T GET BACK ON WITH OUT A "CURRENT PASSWORD". AFTER 3 GUESSES THE SYSTEM HALTS AND THE SCREEN GOES BLACK UNTIL ITS REBOOTED TO DO THE SAME THING. i NEED A BIOS PASSWORD SO CAN YOU HELP ME? IT IS ALSO A 32 BIT NOT A 64 BIT.

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Method 1 of 3: Using the Password Breaker

  • 1. Using another computer, load up your Internet browser. Go to this website, and write down the code shown on the locked computer.

  • 2. Pay the Small fee, and then enter the code you have written down. A few codes will be provided, so try them all until you find the one that works.
This also works for locked HDD drives, so make sure you take a look.
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Method 2 of 3: Reset Jumpers to Clear a CMOS Password
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  • 1. Unplug the computer and remove all peripheral connections like monitors and printers.
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  • 2. Reduce electrostatic discharge (ESD). Wear a wrist strap to eliminate ESD, or make sure 1 hand is holding a metal piece while you are working inside the computer. Wear rubber soled shoes, and stand on an ESD mat if possible.
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