BIOS Password

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  1. kisorgovinda

    kisorgovinda New Member

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    Can any body tell me how to break BIOS password?
     
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    just take the battery off the mobo & put it back on
     
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    kisorgovinda New Member

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    What is mobo?
     
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    Open ur cabinet and u'll see a small Coin sized battery attached in ur motherboard, just remove it from the motherboard for a few minutes and then place it back.
    This process will reset ur BIOS settings to the factory settings.
     
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    LOL
     
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    Whats there to laugh in this rahul_becks23!! No question is silly, its only easier to answer ;)

    BTW, MoBo = Mother Board
     
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    if you don't want to remove button cell or clear CMOS jumper try-

    press "page up" key immieditly after you power on your PC. it will clears and set bios to default mode.(this function is supported only by certain bios version, and is very useful when wrong CPU speed is set and PC doesn't boot).
    and if it do support, always check cpu speed in BIOS, it may have change to default lowest CPU speed.
     
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    @tuxfan-
    he wants to BREAK the BIOS password....guess he dosent love his computer much.
     
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    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    ^^
    hey if one breaks the pass becuase he might forgot it, there no sense that he does not love his p.c
     
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    Or is he trying to break into some one else's machine?? :|
     
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    To bypass your password( thats an appropriate word;) ), you have the option of resetting the BIOS configuration or using default passwords for your motherboards, provided, you havent changed them.

    See this post for details and steps:
    BIOS password Bypass

    Savvy:!:
     
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    @gary4gar-
    Cool it dude,am just havin fun

    @tuxfan-
    .......................lol

    @yrana2002
    now thats quite correct
     
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    hey just take the battery off and replace it again i hope it works
     
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    battry, jumphers, and much more,

    put the battery of the bios out of the socket, get it back, take the jumpher, 1-2 normal, move it to 2-3 sort, and again back to 1-2 normal, most certainly will solve the problem but i know you can't do that as you don't know much of hardware, so mail me and i will give you a better method,
     
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    his problem must have been solved long ago,buddy
     
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