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How to remove bios password

I have toshia satellite c655d-s5136.I forgot my bios password now i want to remove bios password.i remove cmos battery but it still not working.

Plz guid me where is the point on motherboard so i can remove my password.If you show me with picture it will be great.

Plz help meeeeeee

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naz, if I remember right, the password is stored on an IC and cannot easily be restored

by oldturkey03

Jump D500 with copper wire. Tested, confirmed working with even new Windows 8 satellite c55t touch screen. If you dont have soldier iron scratch points a little, jump them, power cycle it. Done

by rick tech

Heres a good bios password cracker than works guys! and its cheap! http://www.bios-passcrack.org

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Here is a link to a number of solutions to your problem. Good luck.

http://www.technibble.com/how-to-bypass-...

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Some boards have a cmos reset next to the memory slot.

This has always worked for me across different brands...the "code" is the code you get when you enter the bios password wrong 3 times.

http://bios-pw.org/

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I have a toshiba c655d-s5518, on that computer there is a jumper labeled xxx just above the DDR3 memory modules (towards battery), if you short the jumper while powering on it clears the BIOS password. on Some other C655D the jumper is labeled B500.

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this worked great i found it and jumped acrossed it and it cleared and worked

by Tim Keene

How do u short the jumper?

by tiffany mathis

D500 located next to RAM socket, confirmed working. Used this method on new windows 8.1 Toshiba satellite c55t. Calles toshiba wanted $220 to ship it out and replace to IC. What a scam!

by rick tech

the toshiba password is SET

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the supervisor if you come across that is CLEAR

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Don't Forget to remove element called "jumper".

Even if you remove cmos battery if don't remove jumper bios will not forget password

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Try this article about how to remove or reset your bios password on Windows computer from a SmartKey Password Recovery website:

http://www.recoverlostpassword.com/artic...

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Try to write these words TOSHIBA or Toshiba. Hope this will help. Otherwise you have to short a Jumper.

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For those with Toshiba Satellite Pro A120 and Tecra A8. You should short the RESET jumper for back and front of the Motherboard. Enjoy...

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Please tell me the location of RESET jumper of Tecra A8

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You need to locate a Jumper@Malik and short it for about 50 seconds. The jumper might be C1200 and RT1501 then you are done.

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How to remove toshiba c640-i4016 boot password

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Soft way of removing BIOS password. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rNsUeI3...

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Hey, if removing the cmos battery doesn't work you still have 4 ways to remove the lost bios password. Here you can refer to http://community.sony.com/t5/VAIO-Softwa...

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For Toshiba Satellite NB15t:

To reset Bios password follow these steps:

1. take out memory stick.

2. on the system board (under memory stick) you see Jumper JRST.

3. by a small cable connect Jumper JRST to Ground (usually on the side of slot for Memory Stick)

4. push the power button to turn on laptop.

5. it will reset the Bios password

6. You are done. :-)

Kamran

kamran90@hotmail.com

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