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post #11 of 19
Nice! Thanks for the photo!
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So... any suggestions or is that it?
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I would try hard to find a way to remove the battery, I'm not in front of the computer though, you had mentioned a good alternative if you can't remove the battery... Good luck dood!
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post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by hecongyan View Post
I know some methods.
1. The best and easiest method: Cloce OS and shut down the electricity power of computer. Open your computer box, take out the cmos battery from the mainboard. Then the bios password will be reset to blank. Put it back after a few minutes.
2. Follow some hard tutorials, it is difficult to do. It is better that you are a expert. For example this tutorial: Bypass BIOS Password or Crack CMOS Password?
3. Use the bios password recovery tool , but that is not free!

So I would suggest you the 1st method. Hope it helps.
You are a little late... as you can see in the post history, he already did the first method you proposed...
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post #15 of 19
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Yeah, I did the whole unsoldering and resoldering the battery and it cleared the BIOS, clearing the password, so all's good.
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post #16 of 19
Open the wifi expansion cover and look for 2 solder pads labeled “RTC(RST)â€. short those pads together while turning it on and your password is now GONE!
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Open the wifi expansion cover and look for 2 solder pads labeled “RTC(RST)â€. short those pads together while turning it on and your password is now GONE!
Dude can you be a little more specific your solution seems to easy, thought i opened my acer aspire one d250 and i couldnt find those solder pads you mention, any screens would be appreciated.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by SibTiger;11315267 
Open the wifi expansion cover and look for 2 solder pads labeled “RTC(RST)”. short those pads together while turning it on and your password is now GONE!

I tried this and it worked for me. I took away the battery, put the screw for the lid on the pads and carefully reinstalled the battery. Then I switched it on and off, closed the lid and the password was gone.

I took a picture and hope the attachment worked ;-)
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Snoopy1alpha;14308271 
I tried this and it worked for me. I took away the battery, put the screw for the lid on the pads and carefully reinstalled the battery. Then I switched it on and off, closed the lid and the password was gone.

I took a picture and hope the attachment worked ;-)

This really worked so fine. Thanks a lot!biggrin.gif
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