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by tintoman In reply to BIOS CRACK ON A LENOVO T6 ...

or superglue should do it

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by ThumbsUp2 In reply to BIOS CRACK ON A LENOVO T6 ...

You will need to call IBM.

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OK I'll tell you what to do here

by OH Smeg In reply to BIOS CRACK ON A LENOVO T6 ...

You need to contact Levono and buy a new M'Board.

The T61 has the password is stored in a separate chip to the BIOS Chip and you can not remove the password. Replacing the M'Board reloading the HDD will get the unit working and if you don't want to go near Levono it's the only way to proceed. But Levono has the ability to save your data so it's cheaper and you don't need to reload the drive.

OH did I mention that there is a Security Chip on the M'Board that ties the M'Board to the HDD? Well there is and you need to reload the drive so that the new M'Board will work with the old drive.

Workers who where sacked from business used to insert a password and make the T Series IBM's useless to the company in a stupid attempt to get even. All it did was increase IBM's income by selling spares and make the workers that much more unemployable.


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