Question about Gateway DA0MA2MB6D8 6000 and M360 Series Motherboard - 31MA2MB0001
On almost all modern motherboards there is a jumper(it should be labeled on the motherboard).
Look on the board, and remove the jumper, and boot up without the jumper in place.
This should reset the passwords back to factory....usually means that there will be no password.
then turn power back off, and replace the jumper again, and then boot up again.
Your system should now be bios password free, and you can go into the bios and set a new one if you wish.
I hope this helps you out, and have a nice day!
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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