Toshiba Satellite Pro S200 Bios Password

By Jama Yassin ·
My friend forgot Bios password and i tried to reset by removing CMOS battery but never changed, every time i turn on it required Password how i can remove it? Help me pls

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We do not do any password clearance on here..

You will have to either take it to your Toshiba shop or to phone them for advice.

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On modern systems, the battery trick won't work.

by seanferd In reply to Toshiba Satellite Pro S20 ...

This is a security feature. You must contact the vendor.

edit: And Peconet is correct - we don't do security cracking advice here, like for password resets.

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As this is a Toshiba if you want to remove the Password you need to Open the BIOS and enter the Old Password and then in the place for the new leave it blank. Remember to save the changes as you exit the BIOS.

As for making your fiend remember the Password that they set may I suggest Torture. While it may not work it will if nothing else make you feel better and your fiend will not be doing silly things like forgetting the Security Things that they set in a hurry. Personally I've found that Pain & Suffering is a very good cure for Anal Retentive Fools who can not remember something as simple as the Power On Password that they set.

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