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I tried to change my bios password, and for new password, I just pressed enter button. (The field was empty), and after I saved my changes and restart the computer, it asked me to enter BIOS password. It does not accept my previous password, nor my new password- which is an empty field and just press enter.

Does anyone have any idea what my new password is?

Does anyone know how I can get in, so that I can change the password?

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closed as too localized by Oliver Salzburg Sep 20 '12 at 11:26

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Improved question, to be more generic, less localised. – richard Sep 20 '12 at 11:30
@richard - While it improved the question, its still localized, to the author's situation. – Ramhound Sep 20 '12 at 12:21

I suggest you reset the BIOS by pulling the battery, it seems you cannot have a blank password, when you do reset it the BIOS won't have a password which appears to be what you wanted anyways.

There is no possible way for us to know what the password is.

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