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What te bios password for emachine. I want to enable my ethannet which in BIOS set up. But I do not now the password of BIOS. I have not set up myself.

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How to reset you bios password.

Step 1: Power off you computer and unplug power cable.

Step 2: Open the computer case so that you can see the motherboard.

Step 3: Find the 3 pin jumper on your motherboard and put it on the other pin. Ex: If it is on 2 and 3 you will want to put it on 1 and 2.


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Step 4: Plug your power cable back into you computer and turn it on. (Note: Your computer will not load you operating system.)

Step 5: Shutdown your computer and unplug it again.

Step 6: Put the jumper back into it original position.

Step 7: Plug your power cable back in and turn your computer on.

Now you bios password should be reset.

To enter the bios press the the F2 or Del key when your computer is turning on. (Note: This varies for different manufacturers.)

I hope that this helps you!
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Posted on May 21, 2011

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