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I have a Pentium 100 (Packard Bell) and it has a Phoniex Bios (bios).....I want to adjust my H.D.D setting but i can't because a password stops me from entering..and i have no idea what the password is.
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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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Thanks for Answering my Question but i resolved the problem myself....I remembered the Cmos Password.
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