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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
Hi, well I hate to be the bearer of bad news but there is no way to do this, other than, by contacting the manufacturer or agent, and subsequently providing full proof of ownership, and then, and only then, will "They" remove, or instruct you how to remove the BIOS password, after, you have paid a fee.
I have had and done this many many times on a customers behalf, it can cost up to US$75.00...
This is to stop laptops being misappropriated. Sometimes you may be given a "Code" and a sequence of "Keys" to be held down, and you can do it yourself, however, MOST often it is required that it be taken in somewhere, and then, "They" enter a special code, and a "Dongle" may even have to be used, to clear the NVROM, where the BIOS password is stored, (You see even desoldering and replacing the chip, still wouldn't work even)
So there you have it, there is NO magic key or bullet with these I am sorry, it's basically prove it's yours and pay "Them" for the fix.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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