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sukizg

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LAPTOPS BIOS password deletion
« on: April 08, 2011,19:11:43 »
HI, here is some BIOS pasword deletions for several models

Toshiba Bios Password Deletion

Satellite P100 & Satellite Pro P100

With notebook turned off;

    Open Wi-Fi Cover
    Remove Mini Card Wi-Fi card
    Locate & Short Out JP8 for 5 Seconds
    Remove short and turn on
    NO BOOT
    Press & Hold Power button to turn off
    Turn on again & password is cleared

Satellite L10, L20, L30 & Satellite Pro L20

With notebook turned off;

    Open Wi-Fi Cover
    Locate & Short Out JP1 for 15 Seconds (Satellite L10)
    Satellite L20/Pro L20 short out G1

Satellite M100 & Tecra A6

With notebook turned off;

    Open Memory Cover
    Remove Memory
    Remove Black plastic insulation
    Locate & Short CMOS CLR1 for 15 Seconds

NOTE:
All the following models use the same password removal process.

Satellite: 17xx Series, 1000, 1110,1130, 1200, 1900, 2430, 3000 P20,P30, P33, A30, A70, A80, M40X, M50,M60, M70, M100

Tecra A3/S2, A5, A6

    The jumper is always located under or near the memory modules
    Depending on the model the jumper could be labelled J1, J2, J5, J7, J9 or CMOS CLR1 (M100 & A6)

Satellite A100 & Tecra A7

    Remove Strip cover
    Remove 2 x K/B screws
    Move K/B Unit up but donít disconnect
    Release & Remove Mini Card Wi-Fi Card
    Locate & short C88 Pin 1 & 2 together
    Power on Machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
    As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
    If machine boots, Password has been removed

Satellite A100 (PSAA2A-02C01N)

        Remove Memory Cover from base of machine
        Release & remove right side Memory Module
        Lift black plastic insulation
        Locate & short PAD500 Pin 1 & 2 together
        Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
        As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
        If machine boots, password has been removed

    TECRA A4 & Satellite M40

        Open modem & Wi-Fi card cover
        Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card
        Lift up black plastic
        Locate & short C738 Pin 1 & 2 together
        Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
        As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
        If machine boots, password has been removed

    TECRA S1

        Open palm rest cover
        Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card
        Lift up black plastic
        Locate & short C5071 Pin 1 & 2 together
        Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
        As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
        If machine boots, password has been removed

    TE 2300

        Remove 2 x B12 screws from bottom of system
        Remove strip cover
        Remove keyboard screws 1 x B2.5 & 1 x SF4
        Remove 1 x 4mm screw & Wi-Fi cover
        Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card if fitted
        Locate & short points as shown in picture below
        Power on machine while still shorting points
        Short for 5 seconds
        Nothing will appear on the screen
        Turn system off holding down power button
        Password is now removed

    Satellite A60

        Open Wi-Fi slot cover
        Lift up black plastic
        Locate & short C561 Pin 1 & 2 together
        Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
        As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
        If machine boots, password has been removed    :brinda: :brinda:



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LAPTOPS BIOS password deletion
« on: April 08, 2011,19:11:43 »

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Re: LAPTOPS BIOS password deletion
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2012,13:58:00 »
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Re: LAPTOPS BIOS password deletion
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2012,13:58:00 »

 

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