You should be able to find a password reset menu in the Settings.
A Bios password is used to stop someone who does not know the password from making changes to the bios settings such as the boot order, a bios password can also be used as a stronger method than a windows password to keep unauthorized people from getting in to your files and whatever.
No, removing the bios battery on a laptop will not reset bios settings.
These settings are stored in the computer's BIOS. Sometimes it is also referred to as CMOS.
One password is for administrative access to BIOS settings. The other is optional and is used for unlocking input devices (particularly, the keyboard) on startup.
It will be in your bios settings, try the f12 key or f2 ( depending on what type of computer and model) In their you should see user password and you have 3 types of passwords you can set.. Boot password, Hard Disk Password, and setup password.
Different BIOS developers may have differing distinctions on what each type of user can do. In general, an administrator can change settings in the BIOS, and a regular user cannot.
On windows? Wrong category. But if it's your computer, just take the battery out of the computer's motherboard and the BIOS will reset leaving no password for the BIOS login. If its a phone then it's not possible.
BIOS settings are stored in CMOS.
Find the person who added the password, there is no way of accessing the system if they put a BIOS password on the system.
Remove the CMOS battery from the motherboard for approximately 5 seconds. Reinstall the battery, and attempt to entire the BIOS. Removing the battery clears any custom settings and reverts the BIOS settings to their factory state. You may need to re-customize your settings after the reset.
If you have the BIOS and Administrator password, there is no need to "break" them.
To remove the bios password from your ASUS laptop you can contact ASUS Support and request the bios master password
Clearing the BIOS password The BIOS password protects the BIOS from undesired changes. If password checking is enabled, and you need to disable it, use the following steps: # Turn off the PC and unplug the power cord. # Remove the JPWD1 jumper cap. # To enter BIOS setup, start the PC and press the F1 key as the PC boots. # Clear or reset the BIOS password. # Save the BIOS settings and turn off the PC. # Replace the JPWD1 jumper cap www.fomek.com
If referring to the BIOS password, you will need to contact a computer shop and/or Toshiba to find out how to drain the BIOS/CMOS chip to reset it.
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The best method to reset a BIOS password depends on what BIOS the computer has. Common BIOS's include AMI, Award, IBM and Phoenix. Numerous other BIOS's do exist, but these are the most common. Some BIOS's allow you to require a password be entered before the system will boot. Some BIOS's allow you to require a password to be entered before the BIOS setup may be accessed. The general categories of solutions to reset a BIOS password are: Using a Backdoor BIOS Password Resetting the BIOS Password using Software Resetting the BIOS Password using Hardware Vendor Specific Solutions for resetting the BIOS Password
There should be a jumper on the motherboard that you can change to the reset BIOS mode and then power it up and it will flash the BIOS back to the original state. Some BIOS should also have a option in the actual BIOS settings.
bottom left corner/start/type in user account settings. good luck
System password: PC bios password. this can be found and set at bios mode [hit del at booting]. Software password: Normal Software password.
This depends on the kind of BIOS protection, and the other BIOS settings. The BIOS is not actually on the harddrive, so this is potentially possible. If the BIOS is only protected from changes to it's settings, then you can try booting to removable media (CD, DVD, Flashdrive, etc.) which has the option to format a drive, and format it from there. OS install disks usually have this option, as well as boot disks like UBCD and Bart PE. If the BIOS is protecting the system from booting up, then you will probably need to remove the harddrive and plug it into another computer to complete this task. There should be no password prompt once it is in the other computer. IF the BIOS protection is locking the actual harddrive, then you will probably need to clear the password first. If you do not know the password, then you will need to try to break in (assuming is is actually your computer). This can be difficult, but there are programs which can make it easier. One such program is on the UBCD.
I need bios password of dell latitude e4300
ok, go to "settings" then down to "system settings" press x then find "restore default setting" press x then the password should be 0000 go back to "settings" then down to "security settings" and change the password..