You could do that on a laptop until the cows come home; never going to work. On a laptop, the pw is stored in non-volatile memory ie it does not need pw. On a desktop, the bios pw is stored in volatile memory so removing pw would work.You have to shutdown the PC, disconnect the power supply, disconnect all connected USB devices, remove the battery (if a laptop) & then remove the CMOS battery. Long press the on/off button to disperse any residual energy & then leave it for 15-30 minutes. Then reconnect the CMOS battery & power supply then restart. If the password is still there then only the manufacturer of the PC can fix the problem.
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