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If that's a bios password, you can reset it by clearing the bios, (however it being a laptop, you might find it a real chore to find the jumper for clearing the bios).

Try giving a shout to IBM and tell them your problem, they probably can tell you what you need to know. Good luck!

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If that's a bios password, you can reset it by clearing the bios, (however it being a laptop, you might find it a real chore to find the jumper for clearing the bios).

Try giving a shout to IBM and tell them your problem, they probably can tell you what you need to know. Good luck!

I maybe able to help you out, I found a way to get your BIOS Password without going though too much trouble. I have made a web page with information on this. Here it is : http://ibmpassword.serveftp.com :lol:

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Remove the CMOS battery and wait for some times and replace it back and power on the system.That should do it.

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