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Toshiba portege 7100 serise laptop,,, dont know password

I just got this laptop and its asking for a password and i have no idea what it is, how can i fix this

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Try using the second option (BACK UP) when asked for pass word, this will lead to a reset process of inserting a floppy disk and reseting the pass word_this will lead you to change the password of your choice.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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Can you press F2 and DEL lots of times to get the BIOS menu up?
If so then does it ask for a password?
If so then you have a BIOS password set. Unless you can boot the laptop to DOS or from a CD it is difficult to bypass this.
The other way is to disconnect all batteries - including the one inside the chassis and then leave it for at least 1 hour.
Then connect it up again and see if the pasword is reset,

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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