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Bios Password reset


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#1 rparks89

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Posted 15 February 2010 - 07:07 PM

Hello all,

I need some help, I'm trying to remove a bios password off of a friends laptop. I have removed bios passwords before on desktops by resetting the jumper. What i would like to know is if anyone knows how to reset a bios password without tearing into the laptop and resetting the jumper. Are there any freeware tools available to flash the bios and reset it? What are my options? I would like to keep tearing the laptop apart as my last resort. Thanks in advance for the help!



Laptop Specs known:

Toshiba Satellite L505D
Windows Vista 32bit
AMD TurionX2


BIOS Specs:

Insyde H20 (no version type is shown on start up splash screen, sorry)


If you need to know more please ask.

Thanks again,

Randy.

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#2 garmanma

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 01:48 PM

you need to take the laptop apart somewhat
Other than that we cannot help you
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