|The user manual gives no other option than taking the unit to an authorised toshiba dealer if you "forget" the power-on password. With laptops this is an antitheft feature and in most cases there is no CMOS reset jumper to use. Removing the CMOS battery also does not work. I guess an authorised toshiba dealer will have access to factory default override passwords or some other means of resetting the thing on receipt of proof of ownership.|
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