The Dell Latitude E6500 laptop PC was released in August 2008. The Latitude has a 15.4 in with a 500 GB hard drive

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How do I clear the cmos

I've had someone put a pass word on my bios now i'm not able to do anything with my laptop soon as i turn it on it wants a pass word how do i bypass the pass word or replace it with a new one any help

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removing the CMOS battery will clear/reset the bios on only the old laps and desktops ... recent computers cannot be reset that way... if you have no success after removing the CMOS battery/clearing the CMOS ..detailed information about your pc/lap like the brand, model number and serial number is needed to sort you out.. Good luck with the CMOS removal/Bios reset

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An easy way to clear most CMOS issues is to remove its battery.

To do this you will need to be comfortable accessing your mother board.

Make sure your laptop battery is not connected, and your computer is unplugged.

After that, carefully remove the watch battery located on the motherboard, or if it is easier disconnect the two leads coming from the battery.

Wait a few minutes, then reconnect. That should do it.

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