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'''++@kawkaw66++'''
 
this does not hold true for laptops build within the last 10years. @mrjimphelps No longer will passwords be erased by removing any battery. Passwords etc., are now stored in IC’s on the motherboard. No jumper setting, no battery removal will clear this. You can try and contact Toshiba to help you recover the BIOS password. Post some good pictures of your motehrboard with your question. that will allow us to see what you see and we may identify certain things for you https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499[guide|21499]
this does not hold true for laptops build within the last 10years. @mrjimphelps No longer will passwords be erased by removing any battery. Passwords etc., are now stored in IC’s on the motherboard. No jumper setting, no battery removal will clear this. You can try and contact Toshiba to help you recover the BIOS password. Post some good pictures of your motehrboard with your question. that will allow us to see what you see and we may identify certain things for you https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499[guide|21499]

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Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@kawkaw66++'''
 
this does not hold true for laptops build within the last 10years. @mrjimphelps No longer will passwords be erased by removing any battery. Passwords etc., are now stored in IC’s on the motherboard. No jumper setting, no battery removal will clear this. You can try and contact Toshiba to help you recover the BIOS password. Post some good pictures of your motehrboard with your question. that will allow us to see what you see and we may identify certain things for you https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499
this does not hold true for laptops build within the last 10years. @mrjimphelps No longer will passwords be erased by removing any battery. Passwords etc., are now stored in IC’s on the motherboard. No jumper setting, no battery removal will clear this. You can try and contact Toshiba to help you recover the BIOS password. Post some good pictures of your motehrboard with your question. that will allow us to see what you see and we may identify certain things for you https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Adding+images+to+an+existing+question/21499

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Postagem original de: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@kawkaw66++'''

this does not hold true for laptops build within the last 10years. @mrjimphelps No longer will passwords be erased by removing any battery. Passwords etc., are now stored in IC’s on the motherboard. No jumper setting, no battery removal will clear this. You can try and contact Toshiba to help you recover the BIOS password.

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