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BIOS Password how do I delete it?

benhorne12 Avatar
8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Hi I want to delete the password on my laptop I no what it is I just don't know how to delete it off. Anyone know how?

Thanks for help

Ben
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
What is the make and model of the laptop, normally choosing a blank password as the new one removes the password.

John
#2
you need to remove your cmos battery for about 1 minute

its a small metal battery like a watch battery,

edit: do you know your password?

the above will wipe it if ya don't know it
banned#3
go into bios and disable password prompt normally under security options
#4
faevilangel
you need to remove your cmos battery for about 1 minute

its a small metal battery like a watch battery,

edit: do you know your password?

the above will wipe it if ya don't know it


It's a laptop so the same doesn't apply - laptops tend to have multiple batteries which are hidden or in some cases the password is now stored in ROM on business machines. As the person know the bios password it's not needed anyway.

John
#5
Yeah I do know it I just can't seem to find the menu to delete it. When you turn it on it goes straight to BIOS so no buttons to press to get up a menu and when i type the password in it goes straight to the windows start up. and its a Samsung Q45 to the first person
#6
that sounds more like a hdd password try putting a blank pwd there
#7
wolf359
that sounds more like a hdd password try putting a blank pwd there


How Do I do that please:)
#8
you go into the bios and its usually in the same section as the normal bios pwd
just enter spaces as the new pwd

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