Question about Toshiba Satellite C655-S5085 Notebook
Well you have to get into bios setting with F2 when you see logo (Toshiba) hold the button down. When it comes up look at the bottom of your screen and directions are posted. You use the arrows to get into security and clear password. This is called a boot up virus. It worked a few times for me but there are some nasty ones out there and you may have to do a full restore. Don't forget to use the F keys when exiting the bios section. Look at the bottm for directions.
Posted on May 27, 2011
Testimonial: "it was helpful in the sense that it has worked b4. unfortunatley it doesnt do so now. the screen still goes to the blue password screen.thks anyway "
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