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where to remove bios password

By jim07 ·
i have a toshiba satellite a135-2286
and there are a password to the bios what should i do to remove it ,if i dont want to open it for remove the bios battery oh i use win vista

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TR members do not assist with password recovery.

by cmiller5400 In reply to where to remove bios pass ...

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Usually there are 2 BIOS passwords ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to where to remove bios pass ...

One password to get past the BOOT password screen and boot into the operating system.

The other password is to ENTER the BIOS.

I suggest you use the second password to enter the BIOS, then delete the BOOT password once inside.

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Well for starters there is no BIOS Battery

by OH Smeg In reply to where to remove bios pass ...

These use what is called Smart Socket Technology which replaces the need for short term unreliable battery technology and can last for years if left unpowered unlike a battery.

So even if you pull it all apart there is no battery to disconnect and depending on which password you are talking about here the BIOS or Power On Password you need to take it to a Authorized Toshiba Service Agent and have them clear the Password.

After you prove Ownership of the NB they will charge you a fee to remove all the Passwords.


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