Question about Computers & Internet
Bios screen and boot screen ask for a password I never set. Toshiba Tech support in India says I need to purchase a recovery cd from them for $40 to reset password and wipe all my data off.Will not work with a new HD. I took the laptop apart and was looking for J01 pin to short out. could not find it. Could I remove bios chip for a reset? Let me know..though it would make a nice anchor for my fishing boat
Download the UBCD (ultimate boot CD) burn it to a CD and boot your laptop up with it (you may have to change the boot order to CD)
There is a utility on the UBCD for changing the BIOS password.
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