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Bios Password

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by renurathod, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. renurathod

    renurathod Thread Starter

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    Hi this's Renu....

    For all types of BIOS , if the password was set to bios ....

    and if there's chance to forget password....

    how can we break the password to enter into OS

    Let me know the process to break password manually....

    without any third party utilities.....

    I HAVE TRIED LOT OF (GIVEN PASSWORDS LIKE ,[AWARD,PASSWORD,BIOS...ETC])

    and i know that with third party utilities also we can do, :mad:

    and also i know that we can CLEAR CMOS BATTARY....METHOD.... :rolleyes:

    If anyone know the way ....to , (BREAK) NATURALLY , MANUALLY

    (COMMON PASSWORDS) FOR ALL [AWARD, AMI, PHEONIX] ...ETC

    PLEASE LET ME KNOW...... :confused:

    UR

    Renu Rathod......... (y)
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Without third-party utilities and without removing the battery? How about sympathetic magic?[​IMG] Good luck :D.
     
  3. fevola25

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    remove the battery, i just did it myself, and ive never taken the shell off a computer before, takes no time and fixed my problem...
     
  4. somak_de

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    there are default passwords for all the bios manufacturer and they work in case of lost password. i have a massive list of these default password but since it is a hard copy so i cant post it here. but it must have been available somewhere in net. search in http://www.astalavista.com
     
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