|Now what was I thinking when I told you to do that? LOL|
Remove the CMOS battery to reset it or look for a jumper.
Quote from some web site:
1. You can take out the battery and then re-install it. or 2. You can toggle the BIOS reset jumper.
Both the ways the BIOS will be reset to the factory settings.
For the second option you may need to refer to the mainboard manual.
Look for a jumper on the motherboard marked "Pass", "PWD", "BIOS", etc. Typically you schould move the jumper over one pin, or it may have just two pins, and they need a shorting jumper on them. Do that for a few seconds, and replace it as you found it. That should clear the password, and perhaps all other non-default settings, as well.