How to remove BIOS password?
davey at doa.org
Sat Sep 22 00:58:17 EST 2001
On Fri, 21 Sep 2001, PsyeX wrote:
> If you can boot the machine to DOS, you can run microsoft's 'debug'
> where I'm pretty sure you can search for and find the CMOS data, and
> fill it with 00's, which will invalidate it and hopefully the BIOS will
> display a message such as 'Invalid CMOS Data'
Better than this, if you can get to Linux, you've got a program called
cmostool. This gives you access to the cmos ram and i think can even
decode password for you. Not sure though.
If nothing else, it also comes with good cmos documentation.
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