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Re: I want To remove BIOS Password.
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I believe you have done a battery discharge way but is still not working. There are software that can actually do the reset or even remove the password on the BIOS. Also, please try the below
With the battery in, find the CMOS jumper. There should be two pins connected with a jumper(lets named it Pin 1 and Pin ) and there should be pins that is free (lets call it Pin 3). Let say Pin 1, 2, and 3. You need to take off that jumper and moved it to pin2 and pin3 for few seconds and then reinstall it back to Pin1 and Pin2.
CMOS password should be now reset.
Resetting the BIOS password for a laptop can be difficult. A typical way to reset the BIOS password is to remove the CMOS battery from inside the computer. By removing the CMOS battery, a small battery inside the computer that looks like a watch battery...it should clear out the password. Often times with a laptop though, the CMOS battery might not be easily accessible.
I have done this before by unscrewing the bottom or back of the laptop, and then looking for the battery. You remove the battery for lets say 5 minutes, and let the laptop sit. Then carefully put the battery back in, and reboot the laptop, and see if BIOS password is gone.
I would recommend letting someone from a local PC repair place try this, as it can be a delicate procedure. Otherwise you need to follow up directly with Dell and probably send it off to them.
Alternately, you could try and take main the battery out of the laptop to try and reset it. I'm not sure though this would clear a BIOS password.
Hope this helps.
To break BIOS password, you need to unpack the laptop there is inner cmos-battery that should be removed for a while, and put it back to it's plase, but this operation isn't easy to be done, it should go through technician.
Must be someone set the password. It can't be there on it own. You can try to bring the laptop to any service center and got the bios Battery remove for some times. then the BIOS will be reset back.
Good luck ;)
Remove asmall coin sized CMOS battery to store all BIOS settings along with the password. To reset the password, unplug the PC, open the cabinet and remove the CMOS battery for approx. 15-30 minutes and then put it back. It'll reset all BIOS settings as well as the password and you'll need to re-enter all settings.
Under the keyboard or bottom of laptop - If you are working on a laptop computerthe location of the dipswitch (almost never a jumper) can be under the keyboard or on the bottom of the laptop in a compartment such as the memory compartment.
If it fails, then try to remove the battery for at least one hour.
Hello, friend first will you start your pc in safe mode here will you get two account and will go another account and here will you remove the adminstrator passward without giving adminstrator passward.
Please open your cpu in motherboard there is one mini cell is attached and it remove half and hour and then attached the cell in motherboard and then start your pc it will be unlock your bios passward.
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At this time you need to cleat the BIOS password first so that you can get into BIOS. To cleat the BIOS password you need to open your laptop you just remove the battery first. Remove the screw and open the back cover. Locate the CMOS battery, all password are stored in CMOS memory.
Remove the CMOS battery to clear the stored BIOS password, Or you can remove also the CMOS jamper near the CMOS battery and turn on the unit with in 10 second and turn off. Reinsert the jamper. Now the BIOS password are already clear you can get now in BIOS to change some settings. Good luck