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For starters try this while I look for the BIOS reset jumpers mate:

Follow this procedure to delete a BIOS password using the Response Code method.

Be sure to keep the computer powered-on during this entire procedure. The Challenge Code issued by the BIOS is only valid until the computer is turned off and back on.

1. Start with the computer powered off.

2. Momentarily depress the ESC key, while powering the computer on.

3. At the BIOS password prompt ("PASSWORD = "), press and release the following keys, one after another:

Ctrl, Tab, Ctrl, Enter

The computer's response should be:

PC Serial No.= XXXXXXXX

Challenge Code= XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX

Response Code=

4. Call Toshiba ASP Support. Explain to the support technician that you need a Response Code to remove a BIOS password. Recite both the PC Serial No. & Challenge Code to the support technician. The support technician will verbally issue a Response Code to you.

5. Enter the Response Code at the "Response Code=" prompt, and press Enter.

The computer's response should be:

"Valid Password Entered. System is now starting up."

"Check System, than press [F1] Key"

6. Press the F1 key.

The BIOS / CMOS Setup screen should appear.

Follow these steps to de-register the password:

1. Press 'P' to jump to the Password field. "Registered" will be highlighted.

2. Press the spacebar to change "Password= Registered" to "Password= ".

3. Press the spacebar and press Enter. The BIOS should respond with "New Password = ".

4. Press Enter again. The BIOS should respond with "Verify Password= ".

5. Press Enter again. The BIOS should respond with "Password= Not Registered".

6. Press the End key. The BIOS should respond with "Are You Sure?".

7. Press Y.

The computer will restart, and load Windows, without requesting a password.

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The only way to reset the cmos battery is to remove the battery from the back, open the bottom of the laptop and remove the button battery for 3-5 minutes. Replug in the battery and close up the case. Once completed, you can then create a new password.

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