I have a Toshiba Satelllite C870-11G and i dont know what happened and when i switch on it keeps asking for a bios password and it dosent go futher into windows. Iam not sure if someone has put a password.
I remove the bios battery and the laptop battery and left the laptop for 1 hr and it not cleared the password .
As mentioned above, you need proof of ownership and call Toshiba to get the BIOS password removed. It will probably also not be a free service. The HD's password on the other hand can't even be removed
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