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-Carlos Baliño all that information is written to an IC. Your board does not have any jumpers and removing the CMOS battery does not erase any of your settings or the BIOS password. Unless you find the IC and know where to reset it, there is not a whole lot you can do. You most likely need an "Authorized Service Dealer" for that since Toshiba does not like to give any of the reset codes over the phone.
+Carlos Baliño all that information is written to an IC. Your board does not have any jumpers and removing the CMOS battery does not erase any of your settings for the BIOS password. Unless you find the IC and know where to reset it, there is not a whole lot you can do. You most likely need an "Authorized Service Dealer" for that since Toshiba does not like to give any of the reset codes over the phone.

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-Carlos Baliño all that information is written to an IC. Your board does not have any jumpers and removing the CMOS battery does not erase any of your settings or the BIOS password. Unless you find the IC and know where to reset it, there is not a whole lot your can do.
+Carlos Baliño all that information is written to an IC. Your board does not have any jumpers and removing the CMOS battery does not erase any of your settings or the BIOS password. Unless you find the IC and know where to reset it, there is not a whole lot you can do. You most likely need an "Authorized Service Dealer" for that since Toshiba does not like to give any of the reset codes over the phone.

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Carlos Baliño all that information is written to an IC. Your board does not have any jumpers and removing the CMOS battery does not erase any of your settings or the BIOS password. Unless you find the IC and know where to reset it, there is not a whole lot your can do.

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