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Old 03-22-2010, 02:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Bios Psw Help

Tryn to reformat an HP Compaq nc6220. The OS got corrupted and i cannot access secondary boots (CDRom/USB). The options is there but when I select them it comes up with a Password box. So I called her and ask for it... she has no clue. Any suggestions?
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Update... Tried resetting it by unplugging cmos battery... says time has been reset on boot, but still wants psw
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if its a BIOs password your trying to reset, there is a Jumper you have to move. You should look up the documentation about the mother bored. it will show you where the jumper is and how to reset BIOS password
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if its a BIOs password your trying to reset, there is a Jumper you have to move. You should look up the documentation about the mother bored. it will show you where the jumper is and how to reset BIOS password
That does the same thing as removing the battery...
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Got it... I guess i had to do it a couple of times...
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