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Someone must of altered a setting in your bios...to enable the power on password..
to remove it,you must remove the cmos battery then power on your laptop for 10 secs,power it back off,then replace the battery,the turn it back on this should remove the password,but you will have to set the date and time in your bios...
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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