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Versão atual de: Sam Goldheart ,

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Toshiba Satellite P50-A Bios password removal
Toshiba Satellite P50-A Bios password removal

Texto:

I have a nearly year old Toshiba Satellite P50-A. Recently I shut down the computer to install windows updates and when I booted up again it went through the Toshiba splash screen and then prompted "Enter password". I know this is the bios password however I am positive I did not set it. I have already tried removing it by taking out the battery and CMOS battery and draining power but that did not work. I also tried using "Toshiba" and "TOSHIBA" as I have seen them listed as backdoor passwords. I cannot find the reset pins anywhere on the motherboard and no one online has had this problem on as new of a laptop as mine. Toshiba no longer covers this under warranty so I need some help! Thanks.

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Toshiba Satellite P50-A
Toshiba Satellite P50-A

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Resposta Aceita:

232891

Editado por: Austin P ,

Título:

Toshiba Satellite Bios password removal

Texto:

I have a nearly year old Toshiba Satellite P50-A. Recently I shut down the computer to install windows updates and when I booted up again it went through the Toshiba splash screen and then prompted "Enter password". I know this is the bios password however I am positive I did not set it. I have already tried removing it by taking out the battery and CMOS battery and draining power but that did not work. I also tried using "Toshiba" and "TOSHIBA" as I have seen them listed as backdoor passwords. I cannot find the reset pins anywhere on the motherboard and no one online has had this problem on as new of a laptop as mine. Toshiba no longer covers this under warranty so I need some help! Thanks.

dispositivo:

Toshiba Satellite P50-A

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

232891

Editado por: Austin P ,

Título:

Toshiba Satellite Bios password removal

Texto:

I have a nearly year old Toshiba Satellite P50-A. Recently I shut down the computer to install windows updates and when I booted up again it went through the Toshiba splash screen and then prompted "Enter password". I know this is the bios password however I am positive I did not set it. I have already tried removing it by taking out the battery and CMOS battery and draining power but that did not work. I also tried using "Toshiba" and "TOSHIBA" as I have seen them listed as backdoor passwords. I cannot find the reset pins anywhere on the motherboard and no one online has had this problem on as new of a laptop as mine. Toshiba no longer covers this under warranty so I need some help! Thanks.

dispositivo:

Toshiba Satellite P50-A

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

231579

Editado por: Austin P ,

Título:

Toshiba Satellite Bios password removal

Texto:

I have a nearly year old Toshiba Satellite P50-A. Recently I shut down the computer to install windows updates and when I booted up again it went through the Toshiba splash screen and then prompted "Enter password". I know this is the bios password however I am positive I did not set it. I have already tried removing it by taking out the battery and CMOS battery and draining power but that did not work. I also tried using "Toshiba" and "TOSHIBA" as I have seen them listed as backdoor passwords. I cannot find the reset pins anywhere on the motherboard and no one online has had this problem on as new of a laptop as mine. Toshiba no longer covers this under warranty so I need some help! Thanks.

dispositivo:

Toshiba Satellite P50-A

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

231579

Postagem original de: Austin P ,

Título:

Toshiba Satellite Bios password removal

Texto:

I have a nearly year old Toshiba Satellite P50-A. Recently I shut down the computer to install windows updates and when I booted up again it went through the Toshiba splash screen and then prompted "Enter password". I know this is the bios password however I am positive I did not set it. I have already tried removing it by taking out the battery and CMOS battery and draining power but that did not work. I also tried using "Toshiba" and "TOSHIBA" as I have seen them listed as backdoor passwords. I cannot find the reset pins anywhere on the motherboard and no one online has had this problem on as new of a laptop as mine. Toshiba no longer covers this under warranty so I need some help! Thanks.

dispositivo:

Toshiba Satellite P50-A

Status:

open