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BIOS PASSWORD WHEN I TURN ON MY LAPTOP IT PROMPTS A PASSWORD,HOW DO I FIX IT?

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There is a jumper (jopen) below the memory slots on the bottom of the laptop. remove the battery and memory chip short the jumper out for 30 seconds. re-insert memory and battery and you should be good to go

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Typed in password wrong, when typed in right cant log in


Hi Brenda,
First I need to find out if the password you are referring to is the Bios password or a Windows password.
If when you turn on your laptop you get a black screen and then the password prompt, This is Bios password.
Or if you see loading windows, Then the password prompt, This windows password.
If you can tel me this I may be able to help you.

BIOS SCREEN
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WINDOWS 7 SCREEN

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Mar 18, 2014 | Compaq PC Laptops

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Bios password


Assuming you're looking to reset the BIOS password of the notebook...you'll have to reset the BIOS.
Turn off the laptop and disconnect the power source. Turn the laptop over, remove the battery. Remove the HDD too just to be safe. Remove the panel for the memory module. Underneath there should be a jumper which is know as the BIOS jumper. Take a piece of wire with both end exposed. Place one end on each of the BIOS jumper and hold them in place. While still holding your make shift jumper in place, turn on the laptop. You should see the Toshiba logo appear then go away. After that you should get a "no bootable device" message because we remove the HDD in an earlier step.
The password is no longer set...so shutdown the laptop.
Now, reinstall the HDD, battery, and memory panel. Turn on the laptop and you should no longer be prompted for a password.

Jan 06, 2014 | Toshiba Satellite Pro A210-EZ2203X...

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Remove toshiba password from bios satellite 3000-x4


The Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) password is not set by default on Toshiba laptops. When set, the BIOS password must be entered every time you turn on your Toshiba or wake your system from Standby mode. If you forget the password, you cannot boot your system. Prevent having to enter a password or the results of forgetting the password by removing the BIOS password from your Toshiba laptop. Other types of passwords can be set, such as a Windows password, to prevent unauthorized access to your machine.

1. Turn off your Toshiba laptop.

2. Wait 30 seconds and turn your laptop back on.

3. Press "F2" repeatedly as soon your Toshiba laptop begins booting until the BIOS menu screen appears.

4. Enter your existing BIOS password and press "Enter."

5. Press "F2" again to enter the BIOS, if prompted.

6. Use your arrow keys to select the "Security" tab in the BIOS menu.

7. Use the arrow keys to select "Set User Password."

8. Press either "F5" or "F6," depending on your Toshiba laptop model, to open the Password section.

9. Enter the current password into the "Old Password" prompt and press "Enter."

10. Press "Enter" when the "New Password" prompt appears. Do not enter any text in this box.

11. Press "Enter" again to confirm the new password.

12. Press "F10" to save your changes and exit.

I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

Aug 16, 2011 | PC Laptops

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I have older Toshiba laptop A15-S1292 running XP SP3. Problem is every time it start, before anything can be seen, it ask for password. I know the password, but I do not know how to romove the...


ESC Key BIOS Password removing procedure
1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the Esc key. The computer will display the "Password = " prompt.
2. Enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The computer will display "Valid password entered, system is now starting up. Check system. Then press (F1) key"
3. Press the F1 key. The BIOS setup program will appear.
4. Using the arrow keys or the tab key, move to the password field, and highlight REGISTERED.
5. Press the spacebar, enter the correct password, and press the Enter key. The Password field will change to NOT REGISTERED.
F2 Key BIOS Password removing procedure
1. Starting with the computer fully off, turn it on by pressing and releasing the power button. Immediately and repeatedly tap the F2 key. The unit will display the "Password = " prompt.
2. Enter the correct password, press the Enter key. (You may need to press the F2 key after you hit the enter key.)
3. The BIOS setup program will appear.
4. Using the arrow keys, move to the Security tab, and to Set User Password.
5. Press the F5 or the F6 key to navigate to the Password section. Enter the current password at the Old Password prompt, and press Enter. At the New Password prompt, press Enter (without typing anything into the password field). At the Confirm Password prompt, press Enter again (without typing anything into the password field). The password should now be removed.
6. Press F10 to save and exit from the BIOS Setup program.

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Jun 01, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A15-S127 Notebook

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Locked out of os, only a pasword prompt comes up and it is not a windows prompt


turn off password require in the bios by tapping f2 on start up in bios use the arrow keys to scroll along to get to passwords and turn them all off then press f10 save and exit this should work

Jan 01, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A25-S207 Notebook

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Locked out of bios on my Toshiba u205.


Synopsis: When a Supervisor password is set, access to the BIOS is restricted by default unless the Supervisor Password is entered at the "Password=" prompt when starting the notebook. However, should the User/Power-on Password NOT be set then no such prompt will appear, and access to the BIOS will not be possible.

Solution: To access the BIOS set-up routine in the above scenario it is necessary to start the notebook from cold (not from standby or hibernation) whilst holding down the "INS" key. This will force the "Password=" prompt to appear. After entering the Supervisor Password a small menu will be displayed, and one option on this menu is to access the BIOS set-up ro

Aug 12, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite U205 Notebook

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When i turn the computer on it prompts for a bios password.


Apparently, this laptop sets the password by itself because of some kind of glitch in the earlier BIOS releases. I believe this problem was fixed with the latest BIOS release.
But how can you upgrade the laptop BIOS to the latest version if you cannot bypass the password?
1. If the laptop is still under warranty take it to an authorized repair center. They should clear the BIOS password without any charge.
2. If the laptop is not under warranty, you can try to clear the BIOS password yourself. You’ll find instructions here and here.
After the password has been cleared, upgrade the laptop BIOS to the latest version. You can download it from the Toshiba website.

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