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You would need[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKXZUmoceso]
Looks like its on top of the computer this guide should help you dissesemble it.

What you want
to remove is the battery and the CMOS battery. The CMOS batterysilver shiny disk which is normally located under the ram cover. Take the panels out of the bottom of your laptop and ifcmos battery. Once you see a shiny silver circle you've found it. Remove thatcan get to it, remove it and the main battery (which should have already been removed) and leave it to sit unplugged with no batteries for at least 30 minutes. Put allAfter that put the batterieslaptop back together and itthe BIOS password should be gone.

Hope this helps and good luck fixing!
You would need[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKXZUmoceso]
Looks like its on top of the computer this guide should help you dissesemble it.

What you want
to remove is the battery and the CMOS battery. The CMOS batterysilver shiny disk which is normally located under the ram cover. Take the panels out of the bottom of your laptop and ifcmos battery. Once you see a shiny silver circle you've found it. Remove thatcan get to it, remove it and the main battery (which should have already been removed) and leave it to sit unplugged with no batteries for at least 30 minutes. Put allAfter that put the batterieslaptop back together and itthe BIOS password should be gone.

Hope this helps and good luck fixing!

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Original post by: Cameron ,

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You would need to remove the battery and the CMOS battery. The CMOS battery is normally located under the ram cover. Take the panels out of the bottom of your laptop and if you see a shiny silver circle you've found it. Remove that and the main battery and leave it to sit unplugged with no batteries for at least 30 minutes. Put all the batteries back and it should be gone.

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open