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NOTEBOOK EXTENSA510 BIOS PASWD DISABLE

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I forgot my Password, how i can disable the Bios password from my notebook....
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by:vectornts
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Please help... i have homework to do...
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Go into bios setup F2 on startup and remove any passwords you have set. If it is a program password, reinstall the program and open the file from the new program GET THE FILE" from the old program" "SAVE it" in the new program, if it works,,, move your files after you do your home work.
Your information on a password is lite,really need more info...
Let me know if it works, Herman,Html,VB Programmer
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by:cmcgee
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Here are 3 programs that will allow you to erase the Bios password. They basically set your bios settings to factory default.

http://www.mindspring.com/~deathboy/killcmos.zip
http://www.mindspring.com/~deathboy/k-cmos32.zip
http://www.mindspring.com/~deathboy/k-cmos32i.zip

Let me know if this helps,
Craig
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by:vectornts
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Thank you Herman... It is really works!!!!  My email if you need something is vectornts@hotmail.com .. Thanks again.
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