Remove the hard drive from the laptop and buy a converter to install it in a PC. Once installed, copy your data over to the PC. You can try to open the laptop and find the battery and remove it to see if it will reset the bios. Is this laptop under warranty? If so I would call tech support and find out whats up.
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