Turn off and unplug the computer, open it up and remove the battery. The information is provided by ToxicNerd. These will always work as long as the password you put in matches the checksum the system gave you, because that will be the same checksum generated by your password. Also see: The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. Navigate to the Main menu, select Security. Open your computer's case with a screwdriver, keeping note of what screws go where. I have been working on computers for many years now: To clear your Bios and C moss open the back of the computer: There is a small battery in the slot where the hard drive is red and black wires in it: Unplug that plug wait 15 minutes then plug it back in this will clear all C moss and Bios: Then you can open bios and C moss and re program to what ever you want to:.
Sounds like the video over heated. Locate to Administrator Password or Supervisor password , press Enter or click on it. I don't have the time to try this if it won't succeed. Otherwise, each time you reboot, your settings and clock will automatically reset! And if you have important data, make sure the person that handles your laptop perform the task in front of you. When I type it in it just goes on my user password.
Now wait for a few seconds and then again remove the jumper and join the center pin to left pin. This key is usually any of the following, depending on your computer manufacturer: Esc, Del, F2, F8, F12. Based on research by Dogbert and Asyncritus. It started out as a hobby and one thing lead to another, here we are now. Just went through this with a client who has a 2 year old +- Dell Inspiron 3542, and that is the Gospel from Dell Tech support.
If you forgot your admin and user password for an Asus laptop, here is an easy way to fix your laptop. I've also found a plug, which I've also left disconnected for about a minute or so, but nothing happened. If you're not comfortable with tools and electronics, you might want to ask for help or take the computer for professional servicing. He has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Troy University. In some cases, you will have to remove the jumper while the system is powered up, though to minimize risk, try doing this first with the computer off.
In this case we use another method. That's why we put that switch where it is. Your computer will automatically reboot. If no parameters is passed to! What you need to do, is remove the jumper and join the center pin to the opposite pin. If you don't see such a prompt, check your system's documentation. Remember that you can always remove the hard drive with the data and access it from another system.
Often, the jumpers are labeled in some manner. The easiest way to do this is often to search the Internet with your exact motherboard name and model. I hit enter and I have very limited buos. So use it at your own risk. If you cannot find the manual, or cannot find the location of this jumper in the manual, you can search the motherboard yourself. Wait for the computer's first startup screen to appear. Most of my cases there was no hard drive installed plus it was user bios password so i would not have access to windows anyway.
Be very careful when working on the inside of your computer, as electrostatic discharge can easily destroy sensitive components. Please do not try any of following procedures if you are not familiar with computer hardware. There is no user password. Locate the manual for your particular motherboard. This information is intended for experienced users. So to drain the board disconnect the battery and hold down the power button for a few minutes then try it and see if it worked if it didn't,disconnect the battery again and leave the battery disconnected for several days till all residual power is drawn off when you think you have all the residual power drained away plug in and try again.
Then, shut it down, reconnect the battery and seal the case. This issue is not solved by removing a battery or removing jumpers on the board. To be honest personally only needed to reset bios password few times and was not matter of being forgotten just bought laptop with bios password installed and had to remove and every time had to spend hours to find site where to get the code to unlock bios. Raja: I do like the button, but you have to admit that method one is easier if everything works , 'cos you don't even have to get up off the chair to use it! This method works for almost any computer so instead of burying it here I am going to check to see if there is a guide write up for it, and if not create one for easier access. Remember, your warranty voids if you open your laptop.
Once the startup screen appears, you'll have a very limited window in which you can press the setup key. Is there a default password? My bet is still on the latter. Its a master password which is used for testing and troubleshooting purposes. Nearly every motherboard manufacturer has documents and manuals online for all of its motherboards. I've found this video on YouTube: I was looking for some sort of button or switch to do just that.