Re: Phoenix BIOS bypass password

Re: Phoenix BIOS bypass password

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Posted by colin on August 06, 2000 at 14:23:04:

In Reply to: Phoenix BIOS bypass password posted by Kyle Callaway on August 06, 2000 at 11:28:30:

Use the jumper near the BIOS chip to short the middle two pins for 10 secs then put it back.You will clear all info in CMOS including the password which will default to 'off'.Dont forget to go through the BIOS first and make a note of any settings since they will *all* be cleared.

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