Battery Ee Prom Works Cracker ##BEST##
ok im a novice user but i found the best solution for toshiba laptops with bios password set (and lost obiosly) what i did was remove the cmos battery and let it reset until it ask for the date and time again but very important step when the promp ask you reset defaults or or enter setup do alt ctrl delete and boot using a usb floppy drive with a windows 98 floppy and bingo good to go hope this information helps anyone out there with the same problem mssage me for any questions crazy thing is i tried everything hex floppy and parralel key all failed ..
Battery Ee Prom Works Cracker
rj713 the laptop is locked up by a password. This person can not get beyond the password screen. They are not trying to get to the BIOS. "They want to own the box." That is what I was trying to clarify with my question in the comment section, of their question. I have no solutions for what they want the manufacturers keep coming up with new ways of making sure that who owns the laptop is not compromised. SAM inside works for the operating system.
You cant reset the bios password Of the Toshiba laptop just by removing cmos battery you need to reset the contents of the flash eeprom that stores several values like the password, serial number, MAC adress, OEM numbers.
My company provided laptop for me HP 9480M. It was locked under company. I decided remove all encryption. CMOS clear and battery remove does not works. I contacted to HP Technical developer team. They provided master password based on serial number. of my laptop. It help me reset password and reset TPM module. So now i have clean HP laptop without any password.
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