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Toshiba bios password removal for latest models

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Satellite P100 & Satellite Pro P100
Open Wi-Fi Cover
Remove Mini Card Wi-Fi card
Locate & Short Out JP8 for 5 Seconds
Remove short and turn on
NO BOOT
Press & Hold Power button to turn off
Turn on again & password is cleared


Satellite L10, L20, L30 & Satellite Pro L20
Open Wi-Fi Cover
Locate & Short Out JP1 for 15 Seconds (Satellite L10)
Satellite L20/Pro L20 short out G1


Satellite M100 & Tecra A6
Open Memory Cover
Remove Memory
Remove Black plastic insulation
Locate & Short CMOS CLR1 for 15 Seconds
NOTE:
All the following models use the same password removal process.
Satellite: 17xx Series, 1000, 1110,1130, 1200, 1900, 2430, 3000 P20,P30, P33, A30, A70, A80, M40X, M50,M60, M70, M100

Tecra A3/S2, A5, A6
The jumper is always located under or near the memory modules
Depending on the model the jumper could be labelled J1, J2, J5, J7, J9 or CMOS CLR1 (M100 & A6)


Satellite,Equium A100 & Tecra A7
1.Remove Strip cover
2.Remove 2 x K/B screws
3.Move K/B Unit up but don’t disconnect
4.Release & Remove Mini Card Wi-Fi Card
5.Locate & short C88 Pin 1 & 2 together
6.Power on Machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
7.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
8.If machine boots, Password has been removed


Satellite A100 (PSAA2A-02C01N)
1.Remove Memory Cover from base of machine
2.Release & remove right side Memory Module
3.Lift black plastic insulation
4.Locate & short PAD500 Pin 1 & 2 together
5.Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
6.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
7.If machine boots, password has been removed


TECRA A4 & Satellite M40
1.Open modem & Wi-Fi card cover
2.Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card
3.Lift up black plastic
4.Locate & short C738 Pin 1 & 2 together
5.Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
6.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
7.If machine boots, password has been removed


TECRA S1
1.Open palm rest cover
2.Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card
3.Lift up black plastic
4.Locate & short C5071 Pin 1 & 2 together
5.Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
6.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
7.If machine boots, password has been removed


TE-2300
1.Remove 2 x B12 screws from bottom of system
2.Remove strip cover
3.Remove keyboard screws 1 x B2.5 & 1 x SF4
4.Remove 1 x 4mm screw & Wi-Fi cover
5.Remove mini PCI Wi-Fi card if fitted
6.Locate & short points as shown in picture below
7.Power on machine while still shorting points
8.Short for 5 seconds
9.Nothing will appear on the screen
10.Turn system off holding down power button
11.Password is now removed

Satellite A60
1.Open Wi-Fi slot cover
2.Lift up black plastic
3.Locate & short C561 Pin 1 & 2 together
4.Power on machine while still shorting Pin 1 & 2
5.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short
6.If machine boots, password has been removed.



Satellite Pro L40
1.Open Wi-Fi  & RAM slot cover
2. Locate JRST1 Between Ram and Wifi slot 
3.short JRST1 AND TURN ON SYSTEM.
4. Short for 15 seconds.
5. system is shutdown automatic.
6.turn on the system password is removed.

Toshiba Satellite Pro L650

  1. Locate G1 or c513 and G2 or C514 to reset bios
  2. In some models it will be B500  under ram cover                                                                                                         Gom3zNovember 15, 2012 11:29 PM
  3. Works on satellite L650.
  4. Importantly, the “B500″. For better contact, welded a small copper wire between the two plots “B500″.
  5. Place one strip of memory start.
  6. Display the first page of the bios and then extinction of the laptop alone.
  7. Remove the small copper wire and put the remaining memory.
  8. Restart and that’s OK.


Toshiba Satellite L700/750 
  1. open ramcover
  2. locate G1 for bios reset
Toshiba Satellite M60


  1. open ramcover
  2. locate J2 for bios reset
Toshiba Satalite C850

  1. Open ram cover
  2. locatae B500 short it for a minute 
  3. restart your laptop with bios password.

Toshiba C875D and c850D Password Reset Jumper



Thanks to :
Ronan Lambe
Mikky
Jeffrey Amos
http://imgur.com/YvKNWkd


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166 comments :

  1. request is requared for latest updates.
    you can request for your model.

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    1. I have a C655-s5225 how can I reset the bios password?

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    2. Hi,
      ist it possible to reset the Bios password for older Toshiba Portege R200 or R100?
      Please reply at okusiy@gmx.de

      Thanks in advance,
      best
      Oleg

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    3. I have Toshiba Satellite C855-S5118. will the C850 above work on mine?
      thanks ,Don

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  2. Great job!!! it really works for my laptop, thankssssssssss.

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  3. I have an tecra r840. I took my laptop apart,I see the reset and an arrow pointing to the jumpers needed to short.I used a flathead screwdriver to short it out.And all it does is turn it off and on again and the password = is still there. please help me, What am I doing wrong?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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  4. Hey there, I require the the PINS to short for the Toshiba Satellite Pro L650 PSK1KE. I've looked everywhere but cannot seem to find it. Any help would be great!!!

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  5. I exactly not know the location
    but it is G1 (c513) and G2 (c514) pad for first and secondry reset.

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  6. Hello, my toshiba's model is the Satellite M40X-233... I was researching about how to reset the bios and I found so many ways to do it... The only way that I got it, was to shorting the J1, above the place where the memory stays... I wanna share my experience with everybody, because is very different about the ways that I found. Thanks!

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  7. Thanks for sharing Cristiano Rocha
    It is very greatful to you to sharing such type of Experiance with everybody.

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  8. Works on satellite L650.
    Importantly, the “B500″. For better contact, welded a small copper wire between the two plots “B500″.
    Place one strip of memory start.
    Display the first page of the bios and then extinction of the laptop alone.
    Remove the small copper wire and put the remaining memory.
    Restart and that’s OK.

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    1. Thanks Gom3z
      I add your suggestion in my list.

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  9. My sisters satellite p755-s5390 witch is 6 months old and is asking for the password, first i called toshiba support and they said it is under warranty and there isn't no service centers nere us. They said we would have to send it in. She don't have money now. I know about computers so I pulled off the two covers the ram and hard drive one looking for a cmos battery. Didnt see one. Then I found this article so I need help on were the pins are and how they are labeled , plus the procedure to reset the bios on p755-s5390.

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    1. short JCOMS or c247 under ram cover

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    2. The only thing I see is jcoms and jpw. I tried taping a small wire across jcoms and starting as on one other site worked for someone with the hard drive out and power and 1 ram in and it restarts then i turn it off and it restarts again ,or over . When I remove the jumper it starts with nothin I restart it and then the password box comes back.

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    3. Jcoms shorts only one time or 3 time in odd numbers
      it bypass the password promte not erase passwords.
      then go to bios and reset password.
      even times of short like 2,4, 6 etc gives you back on password prompt. untill you reset password from bios.

      I never experience this in toshiba but i do in dell.

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    4. I was looking for exact instructions for this model, since the ram totally covers up jcoms, Im not sure if I should tape a small piece of metal over jcoms then put the ram in and restart or have no ram in , or start with no ram, or just short. Anyhow, I went back and tried again . I taped a short on jcoms put the 1 ram back over it and restarted power light only comes on and it shuts down, I was pushing f2 to try to enter setup. I took the ram out and removed short the computer power light came on went off pushing f2,started again pushing f2 this time blue password box came back. I dont see how even if I get into cmos how I could reset the password cause even if I get into the cmos setup It ask for the old password to change to a new one.

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    5. Give me motherboard's hd snapshot fro both side.

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    6. I can't tear it completely apart, but I'm sure this it someone is selling on ebay and if you click the picture then again it will magnify it. And it has the same number as mine on the mb sticker K000128590 and says it is the same works in my model toshiba. From what I see in under the memory cover the picture is right jpw and jcoms are in the exact location.

      http://www.ebay.com/itm/Satellite-P755-S5390-S5320-K000128590-LA-6832P-Motherboard-W-USB-DC-JACK-LED-/200851680076?pt=Motherboards&hash=item2ec3b16b4c

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    7. I am having same issue I will post photo shortly.

      ~Paul

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    8. Here is photo of under ram slot. Having same exact issues as Jeff. not able to reset cmos. I have tried shorting jcoms with wire for 30 seconds plus. No joy.

      Please outline exact step by step procedure.

      http://www.janpaul.net/downloads/jumpers.JPG

      Thanks in advance for any help.

      ~Paul

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    9. turn off your laptop remove battery
      put ram on upper slot
      turn on you laptop.
      slitly turn your laptop upside down
      with truser or a plukert short jcoms
      system restart
      remove your plucker shut down laptop
      on it again press f1 or esc then f1 to enter bios
      one time short of jcoms bypass password promte then
      change password here it never ask you for old password

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    10. It wasn't working for me, so I got desperate and thought mabe jpw meant password and I stuck a tiny piece of metal under packing tape and jumped jpw and it went into a loop trying to restart so I took the plug out. Then took of the jumper and put the plug in and computer restarted without a password.

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    11. Thank you Yashan and Jeff. Thanks to your posts I found my way to a solution that works.

      Put in top memory. short JPW and power on while holding F2....Done!

      Thanks again guys, you both led me there.

      ~Paul

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    12. Thanks Yashan for the site and the replies. Anonymous thanks for joining in and adding the image.

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    13. Its a great experience with both of you guys, take care!

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  10. Can you help me with Tecra S5-13D please.
    thanks

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    1. please give me mother-board number

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    2. sir, yashan my toshiba satelite L745 how to locate the bios password reset..thanks in advance..

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  11. Tecra S5
    Model Number: PTS53E-0JF01UDU.
    The BIOS is locked. Can you help me reset it?
    Thanks in advance

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    1. open ram cover
      (remove ram) is a jumper marked J3
      short this out for a couple of seconds.

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    2. Thanks but I couldn't find anything marked J3.

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    3. Give me motherboard's hd snapshot fro both side.

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  12. Hi, I have toshiba qosmio g30-155, I haven't find where to short to reset bios password, can you help me. thanks

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  13. I see on motherboard Qosmio g30-155 "RESET" and w3200 with two pins, is it?

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    1. Give me motherboard's hd snapshot fro both side.

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    2. you can see snapshot in this link http://www.tunishosting.com/foto/g30

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    3. Hi, You haven't see the snapshot for my toshiba?

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  14. Hi, i am wondering if you can help me, i set a supervisor password for the hdd and must of somehow set on for the bios as well, not that i remember setting it, but anyway i now want to change the booting order so that i can boot off a usb but it is asking for the bios supervisor password, i dont know what i could of used, have tried everything i would usually use but nothing is working, model number is toshiba satellite pro s500, psse0a-08000r, thanks

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    1. Give me motherboard's hd snapshot fro both side.

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  15. hi! I have Thoshiba Satellite L745-S4310 I try to reste bio password but i can't find how to do it. i need help please.

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    1. open ramcover
      locate G1 for bios reset

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    2. yashan,Thanks for answering. Can you tell me, what I have to do to clear bios password? I mean, what are the steps? what I have to do with the G1? please help me.

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    3. Jumping G1 (under the RAM, under the label) does not reset BIOS. Other ideas?

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  16. Thanks for answering. Can you tell me, what I have to do to clear bios password? I mean, what are the steps? what I have to do with the G1? please help me.

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  17. yashan,Thanks for answering. Can you tell me, what I have to do to clear bios password? I mean, what are the steps? what I have to do with the G1? please help me.

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  18. hi what would it be for a toshiba tecra r840 thanks

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    1. give the motherbord number or hd snapshot of motherboard

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  19. HOW TO RESET THE TOSHIBA SATELLITE M505D-S4970RD THANKS..

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  20. Satellite M60, under RAM, short out J2 and bingo

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  21. You done a great job Colin Bennett
    thanks....

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  22. HOW TO RESET TECRA M9 ptm90e thanks

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  23. HOW TO RESET THE TOSHIBA SATELLITE P750 Please
    kire58@gmail.com

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  24. Hi, how to reset Toshiba Tecra A8? please
    guidarellipietro@gmail.com

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  25. hi can you help me in resetting bios password on toshiba satellite c850 -13e as i need to submitt my project to uni within a fortnight. thanks

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  26. In Toshiba Satellite C850, try to find JRST2501 jumper near CMOS battery. Then short that jumper and turn on laptop. That will reset bios password. Thanks

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    1. Got a Toshiba Satellite C855 and found the JRST2501 jumper near the CMOS battery. Tried many times to do the reset using a small wire shorting the jumper and switching on the Laptop but has no effect!?
      Is there a something I could be doing wrong?

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    2. That soreted it for me. Nice one pal.

      Regards

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    3. Very good information, which you posted

      It really worked..

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    4. Thanks a lot. My Brother had the same problem and this was the only Post that helped. We noticed JRST2501 and JRST2500 but was unsure if it had to shorted with some other capacitor holes. Finally after looking at the Post we kept trying JRST2501. We tried couple of times and it worked. We held it a little longer than usual and Check media failure came up because hdd was disconnected.

      Recap -
      Short the two points of JRST2501 and while shorted, turn the computer on.
      If it does not work, Try it again. It may be possible that you could have shorted after you turned it on. or you just need to hold it a bit longer.

      Thanks Shisu.

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    5. BTW My Brother's Toshiba Model is L875 - S7108.

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  27. pls help me to reset my (Toshiba Satellite L650) to restore to factory settings..
    i tried a lot bt i cannot find the way of getting into BIOS...
    PLEASE help me..

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  28. Please I have Toshiba satellite pro A100 / Model No. PSAACE-005009AR
    and I cant find how to reset the password even I pop out the bios battery more
    than hours .

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  29. please i have a toshiba satellite c660-1D9,and it is asking for a bios master password.
    i have tried to locate jcmos below RAM but i cant find it. Then i saw j1 below Ram,i shorted it but the laptop is still asking for a password.please

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    1. same problem is going here. the idea is not working as in video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihwj_MctVo4

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  30. need reset bios password on toshiba L745-S4110
    G1 doesn't work....any help would be appreciated.
    ibald@live.com

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  31. hallo Yashan,
    someone on my job makes a big joke with me, every time when i start up my laptop i get immediately a very dirty pornagrafische image for a second. (Not a beautifull one LoL)
    i try everything but i gan get it out. i was also going to a computer shop, but there they told me that that is programmed in the bios and without the right password, they can not get it out.
    i hope that you can help me with my bios problem?
    my laptop computer is toshiba tecra A11-17V.
    When i need to disassemble my laptop, to make pictures of the motherbord, no problem.
    i really hope you can solve me from this problem,
    André... (groeiers@gmail.com)

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    1. Hallo Yashan,
      Thanks for your quick response,
      but what video do you mean?
      André...

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    2. record video with your mobile of your laptop to see me that image when it come.

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    3. hallo Yashan,
      i send 2 pictures to your e-mail adres; alean_toe@yahoo.com

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  32. how to reset bios password toshiba satellite c640. model n PSC02L-00M006, thanks

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  33. could i get some help resetting the bios for a toshiba satellite p775d-s7360?

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  34. please help me to clear poweron password in toshiba satellite pro s500-106, thanks

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  35. Hi Yashan, first off Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I have a Toshiba Sattelite C675D-S7101 with a bios password. It has motherboard model h000036160. Do you know how to reset it?

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    1. I am doing this procedure in about an hour or so on the C675D-S7109 under the ram there are two copper looking spots marked JRST2101 and JRST2001 I believe these will reset the password. Ill keep you posted. I am afraid that after that this unit will have a harddrive password as well. just one more hoop to jump through.

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    2. For hdd password contact service center its encrypted by hash codes.

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    3. success!!!!! this was a bit tricky as Jrst2101 and Jrst2001 are their own jumpers. they look like you would merely jump them together but that could lead to problems. Closer inspection showed that each tiny circle was bisected so there were actually four possible spots to jump.Not knowing which ones I pulled out the meter and tested them. JRST2101 is the winner but because it is directly under the memory chip we had to think outside the box.We tried doing it with no memory installed to no avail. what we ended up doing is taking out a reset switch from an old tower we had stripping the wires and soldering them.put the memory in turned it over and on while tripping the reset switch! I was right hard drive does have a password. Special thanks goes out to the genius John R without him none of this would be possible. He does love to cheat!

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    4. The above does in fact work! Instead of soldering a switch, jumper etc.... Just use a #2 pencil and fill in the jumper jrst2101. Replace memory, battery, AND KEEPING LAPTOP UPSIDE DOWN so as not to disturb graphite trace... open screen and power on. BAM! password gone. Now use scotch tape on jrst2101 to remove pencil trace dust. DONE!

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  36. Hi Yashan,i have tried to reset the Toshiba satellite c850 by your jumper method really worked,thanks and keep up.

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    1. HI MY satellite c850D-11F dont have a jumper under memory

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    2. Hello waxaal wax and all,

      Do you find the jumper for c850D. We have JRST2101 too it works also ?

      Thanks for your help all

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  37. i follows some of your procedure by sorting some two jumpers under the memory on my satillete c650 and there is a some little sparks and the machine is not power on and all the two led do not show .. please help me out

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  38. Hi all,

    I need help to crack power-on password on toshiba portégé R830-1ED.
    Tks for your help .

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  39. My first laptop is Toshiba. it seem to difficult to removal the BIOS password. I would like thinkpad now. try free keyloger

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  40. how to reset bios password toshiba satellite c640. model n PSC2UG-00W001, thanks

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  41. Hi!

    I need som help with satellite p750-141, what to jump on the motherboard??

    thx in advance :)

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  42. Hey I my friends I tell you something can you give me answer please If you give the information about thos bios setup briefly(each and every topic) then there may be more useful with this and if Harddisk is bad also then keyboard will not work and system hangs.
    computer technician

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  43. hi Yashan,

    I have a satellite C660D-1F1 and forgot the BIOS password. Can you please help me to reset it. I'm looking now since few day for a description where I can find the right jumper but no help at all.

    Thanks in advance

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    1. give me the snap shot of your mother board

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    2. I have the same laptop toshiba satellite c660, and I found the J1 but i don't know what is the procedure to reset the password, please help me.

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  44. Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u.

    Toshiba laptop service center in Chennai

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  45. I have a Toshiba A9 - how do I reset the password please? I've looked through all the pictures above and could not locate the jumper! Can you help me please?

    Motherboard pictures

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=toshiba+a9+motherboard&rlz=1C1ASUM_enGB474GB475&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=M2bEUZ-6NZH60gW434GYAQ&biw=1745&bih=986&sei=OWbEUbHPLsSn0wX7s4CgBg#um=1&newwindow=1&safe=off&rlz=1C1ASUM_enGB474GB475&hl=en&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=toshiba+a9+motherboard&oq=toshiba+a9+motherboard&gs_l=img.12...0.0.0.59684.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0..0.0...0.0.0..1c..17.img.ACYaFlI90Dk&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.48293060,d.d2k&fp=8fd7503de3f48b4b&biw=1745&bih=986&imgdii=_


    Thank you.

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  46. Hi Yashan,

    I sent the snapshot to your facebook account.

    Adnan

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  47. Hi Yashan

    I have a Toshiba Portege R200 and I forgot Power on Password. Can you please help me to reset it. I'm looking forward to hearing you.

    Here is snap shot of my mother board.
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVWXcwbmRwQ0c2QmM/edit?usp=sharing
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVbW41TlNEV1BZSjQ/edit?usp=sharing

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  48. Hi Yashan,

    I have a Toshiba Portege R200 laptop and I forgot the Power on password. Can you please help me to reset it. I'm looking forward to hearing you.

    Here is the snap shot of my motherboard.
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVWXcwbmRwQ0c2QmM/edit?usp=sharing
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVbW41TlNEV1BZSjQ/edit?usp=sharing

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  49. Toshiba Tecra A6-EZ6311 password reset (need help)

    1. which is jumper Cmos_Clr1?
    2. how do you short it?
    3. does it require a power on/off procedure?

    thanks

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  50. Toshiba Tecra A6-EZ6311 password reset

    1. which is jumper Cmos_Clr1
    2. how do you short it?
    3. does it require special power up/off procedure?

    http://imageshack.us/a/img27/7801/ytnt.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img15/7353/unl0.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img14/928/sw8x.jpg

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    1. solved: I powered off and took battery out.
      Use my first image as reference.

      Took paper clip and touched lil golden rectangle next to lettering
      C498 (above CMOS_) and silver plating at base of memory for 20 secs.

      Also the 2 silver solder points next to C623. I took clip and touched
      both at same time for 20 secs.

      I then powered up laptop and password was gone.!!!!!!

      Dont forget to download latest Bios from Toshiba website and apply.

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    2. thanks comandoed to share your experience.

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  51. Hi Yashan,

    I have a Toshiba R200 and I forgot the Power on Password. Can you please help me to reset it. I'm looking forward to hearing you.

    Here's the snap shot of my motherboard
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVTnJOV2FDOEppaFk/edit?usp=sharing
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1NzLrlOE-aVWjVJalpQODhVbVE/edit?usp=sharing

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  52. hi i have toshiba tecra a11-17m laptop i need to supervisor password reset

    plz help me

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    1. Hi! I have now the same problem with Tecra A11, how can I solve it please?

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  53. Owchhh how much ting i willl i love this ur post
    thanks for share ur exprience... :D
    ^
    PS : sory i not good for english :P

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  54. what about satellite L300-13R ? under ram, b500 ... is it ? should i solder it for better confirmation.

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  55. I have a toshiba C660 does not delete the password can advise thanks

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  56. I have a toshiba satellite a100/705 and I don't know where the pad500 jumpers is. Someone can help me?

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  57. I have a toshiba satellite a100-705 and I don't know wher the pad500 on the motherboard is. can you help me?

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    1. Under black plastic of right side of ram slot.

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  58. i have toshiba portege m400, can you help me for the bios jumper? thanks very much.

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  59. I have a Toshiba satellite p855-s5200 need bios reset any ideas

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  60. For satellite a105-s361 short pins c382 underneath wireless card.

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  61. may u help me i can't find bios reset jumper in toshiba satellite c800
    c847

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    1. help me please to find bios reset jumper in toshiba sattelite c800
      thak's before

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  62. I have a toshiba satellite L840 how can I reset the bios password?

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  63. Hello, i have Toshiba L40 and i found the JRST1 but please explain to me how to make short!What tools i need or please tell me how to do it.Thanks

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  64. I have Toshiba Portege R835-P70 ,I don't know where or what the jumper points to reset the bios password. if you know please help.

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  65. I used a paper clip. I shaped it like a U and opened it a little in order to be able to touch jumper point and ground. See my post of July 4 2013 to see how I resolved.

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  66. hello i have Toshiba satellite M-70-204 model.Please where is a bios located exactly.I don't find.

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  67. Hey Thanks for putting this up ... I found the B500 jumpers underneath the LAN MAC sticker in the Memory Module / RAM bay ... haha trixy

    Toshiba L505

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  68. Buen dia, yo pude desbloquear mi laptop Satellite P745 - S4102. La solucion fue la siguiente porner la ram el la ranura secundaria, hacer corto en JPW y posteriormente encender el equipo, se escucha un ruido como si se quedara ciclado el proceso de inicio, desconectar el equipo para salir del corto, y posteriormente volver a prender. Listo, ya no pide la contraseña, Saludos...Eduardo G.

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  69. Tecra s5 MODEL NO PTS53E-00Q016DU

    POWER PASSWORD

    JUMPER LOCATION PLEASE THERES NO NUMBERS ON THE BOARD

    THANKS

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  70. hi for Tecra s10 how remove password bios supervizor thanks

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  71. hello friend, hey can you help me is that I have a laptop toshiba C845 and do not know how to enter the bios. can you help me is I want to install the operating system windows 8. please!

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  72. toshiba satellite c850 I dont see a chip do remove bios help

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  73. TOSHIBA SATELLITE C850-11F don't have a jumper b500

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  74. want to bios reset thoshiba satellite C850-A989..

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  75. Anyone have the L875D ? The JRST2101 solder points next to battery are what I believe needs to be tripped but they are extremely small..

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  76. toshiba portege R900-14x it's impossible ive searched high and low and i cant get pass my power-on-password

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  77. hwllo i have Toshiba Satellite Pro C660-2F7 i cant find solution for exactly same model i nearly same as in this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihwj_MctVo4 but it doesnt work anybody ?>

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  78. how to remove the bios password for portege r500? thanks in advance

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  79. TOSHIBA Satellite L875D-S7332
    The BIOS is locked. Can you help me reset it?
    Thanks in advance.

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  80. I too have a C850D-11F, the motherboard seems to differ from most I've seen here. I can see Jrst2101 and Jrst2001 next to the CMOS battery, not under the ram modules as some have described. It's between the battery & the SATA connection. Am I safe to try the pencil method mentioned above on Jrst2101 ?.

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  81. For those of you with C850 or L875, you'll notice JRST2101 & JRST2001 just to the bottom right of the CMOS battery. Just to the left of them are the actual solder points, very close to the battery housing, looks like 2 single solder points but actually have a small gap in between each. Take a flat head screwdriver & fit a piece of folded tin foil to the end. You need to short out the pair that are closest to the battery housing. It's easy to make steady contact as you can support the screwdriver against the battery housing. Turn on the power & if you've shorted correctly it will instantly jump to the BIOS, password & user show up as Not Registered. Save & Exit, that's it.

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  82. Hello Ronan,

    I saw yor post today and it is quite different of all old posts about the satellite c850D.
    In fact I have a Satellite c850D-11C and I would like to clear CMOS . When I turn on the pc I have "Enter password".
    So I have the JRST 2101 & JRST 2001 . You can see it on this image : http://imageshack.com/a/img707/971/s97l.jpg

    I would like to confirm with you it is the good Jumper I border in red ??
    And what is your exact procedure. Do I have to remove the battery or RAM ?
    Or just short the jumper in red ( for how much time?), Open the laptop and power on ?

    Thanks for your help to confirm your procedure and I will test it.
    Many thanks
    Best regards

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  83. hello mikky,
    I saw your post today.
    btw, have you tried that.
    was it succeeded?

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  84. Hi...Do you know the method to reset the BIOS administator password for satellite M840 model?

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  85. Hi...Do you know the method to reset the BIOS administator password for satellite M840 model?

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  86. hello all,

    a small update to confirm that JRST 2101 works perfectly !
    Just remove the battery and then the procedure works fine.
    When I short the jumper I boot directly on windows without password.
    So it works on C850D!;

    Many thanks to all for your posts

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    1. That's perfect Mikky, you took a very good picture of the solder points, well done. This is a good record for anyone Googling the same problem.

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  87. Hello!
    how can i reset the bios password from a Satellite c845?. Help me please!.

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  88. Thanks for all your great info. Between your directions and the comments here I was able to help unlock a Satellite C875D password. I highlighted the jumper that worked for me. Had a friend hold a flathead screwdriver to the contacts with the laptop up on its end while I turned it on and Save/Exit in the BIOS. Worked like a charm. It was this or it was going in the trash.

    http://imgur.com/YvKNWkd

    Thanks again

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  89. I have a Toshiba C55T-A5222 and I'm looking for the jumper to short to clear the password. Can you help.. Thank you in advance

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  90. my laptop is satellite c800d amd processor. where is da bios jumper here?

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  91. I have Toshiba Portege R830-10Q ,I don't know where or what the jumper points to reset the bios password. if you know please help.
    kaspars.kkrumins@gmail.com

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    1. no one cant help mee?? i hear about challenge code and need response code, anybody can help me?

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    2. 1. At the BIOS password prompt ("PASSWORD = "), press and release the following keys, one after another:

      Ctrl, Tab, Ctrl, Enter

      The computer's response should be:

      PC Serial No.= XXXXXXXXX
      Challenge Code= XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX
      Response Code=

      2. Call Toshiba ASP Support. Explain to the support technician that you need a Response Code to remove a BIOS password. Recite both the PC Serial No. & Challenge Code to the support technician. The support technician will verbally issue a Response Code to you.

      3. Enter the Response Code at the "Response Code=" prompt, and press Enter.

      The computer's response should be: "Valid Password Entered. System is now starting up."

      4. Once Windows has finished loading, restart Windows: Start > Shut Down > Restart.

      5. Once the screen image is blank, press and hold the Esc key.

      6. Release the Esc key once you see the prompt: "Check System, than press [F1] Key"

      7. Press the F1 key.

      The BIOS / CMOS Setup screen should appear. Follow these steps to de-register the password:

      1. Press 'P' to jump to the Password field. "Registered" will be highlighted.

      2. Press the spacebar to change "Password= Registered" to "Password= ".

      3. Press the spacebar and press Enter. The BIOS should respond with "New Password = ".

      4. Press Enter again. The BIOS should respond with "Verify Password= ".

      5. Press Enter again. The BIOS should respond with "Password= Not Registered".

      6. Press the End key. The BIOS should respond with "Are You Sure?".

      7. Press Y.

      The computer will restart, and load Windows, without requesting a password.

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  92. Hello
    I am looking for the jumpers on a Toshiba Satellite C855D
    thanks for any and all help

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  93. Satellite C55-A5302. I tried resetting BIOS. I took out hard drive and ram chips and tried shorting out the two welded prongs (B500) and nothing, just a blank screen but when I insert a single ram chip,I still get the BIOS Password Box! I even took out the CMOS battery for like six hours and Nothing! I have tried this numerous times and nothing.

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    1. Eli
      I think where you are messing up is you need 1 stick of ram it the laptop when you do the reset

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  94. where's the jumper for toshiba satellite C840? pls help :(

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  95. Help me please!
    Toshiba M100 no remove pass

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  96. Hi, i have a toshiba tecra a11-sp5010m, and i can't locate the jumper of reset, the mother board doesnt have any label for any Pin :S, and no pattern to locate it : /, can someone help me, to locate the reset pin?

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  97. Hi does anyone know what pins are for Toshiba C50 to clear cmos

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  98. no one knows how to reset supervisor password in satellite pro s500 i search over internet months and no solutions nobody know how? it seems to be a super bios

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  99. I have a Toshiba L775D-S7335 and unable to locate the bios reset jumpers. I've read all the comments and don't have anything with the same jumper labels.

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  100. Please add Toshiba Satellite s40t-A. Thank you

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  101. iv toshiba c660d and for one reason or another the enter password in the blue box comes on when I start computer up how can I stop this or reset password bios password iv been told

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  102. Soft reset the password off the BIOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rNsUeI3kHQ&feature=youtu.be

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  103. Does anybody know the procedure/jumpers to reset a Toshiba Satellite C50-A-1DV

    Part Number PSCG6E

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  104. how to reset bios for satellite c850-177, thanks

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  105. Hi, I have toshiba satellite C850-177, several times had shorted JRST2501 , no results , do you have any ideas?

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  106. 7.As soon as the TOSHIBA logo appears, remove short 8.If machine boots ... toshibalaptopswindows8.blogspot.com

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