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showstoppa
11/09/2007, 19h54
i have this written on the screen



ALERT: SYSTEM PROTECTION FAILURE

PASSWORD:



i dont have the password and i have never put one.



i purchased this in the store but i threw away everything accidently.



is there a way to fix the problemcoz without goin to see the technician at toshiba's repair..coz i know it will be a RAPE when i get a quote.



anyway please let me know the situation.



pm me please..



million thx

Asphyx
11/09/2007, 22h41
Haha! Sorry but this is too obvious

"i dont have the password and i have never put one."
Hmmm...

"i purchased this in the store but i threw away everything accidently."
Ha! Never heard that one before.

"is there a way to fix the problemcoz without goin to see the technician at toshiba's repair..coz i know it will be a RAPE when i get a quote."
Translation: I'm afraid the technician could check for the serial number in the list of stolen computers

Teg97RS
12/09/2007, 00h02
lolol

MorTaL
12/09/2007, 00h06
si ya vraiment un mot de passe qui block tout dont le BIOS, va p-e falloir tu change ta carte mere, et sur un portable, aussi bin en acheter un autre pour le meme prix lol



j'ai du en envoyer des probleme comme sa et faire changer la carte mere coutait plus cher que l'ordi lui meme....

scarface2003
12/09/2007, 00h07
i have this written on the screen



ALERT: SYSTEM PROTECTION FAILURE

PASSWORD:



i dont have the password and i have never put one.



i purchased this in the store but i threw away everything accidently.



is there a way to fix the problemcoz without goin to see the technician at toshiba's repair..coz i know it will be a RAPE when i get a quote.



anyway please let me know the situation.



pm me please..



million thx





bring it to microage repair dept and just ask the guy to check with the serial number if it's under warranty. if it isn't he can give a quote which will cost 50$ to get, and if you agree to repair it there they will deduct the 50$ off the quote. even if your laptop is stolen he wont really care.

BoxsterBoy
12/09/2007, 00h09
lol...

Call Toshiba's hotline.

Riffo
12/09/2007, 00h21
Don't buy from Future Shit next time

BoxsterBoy
12/09/2007, 00h24
Don't buy from Future Shit next time


lol... Le rapport??

MorTaL
12/09/2007, 00h26
Moi j'ai acheter mon portablesur Internet... mais il se vend au futureshop...

Un Sony Vaio sz420N et que je l'achete au futureshop, internet ou n'importe ou sa reste le meme ordi... c'est juste le prix qui diffère, les ordi au futureshop sont bin correct, cest juste leur service et garantie qui font dur

scarface2003
12/09/2007, 00h27
Don't buy from Future Shit next time



yes....because that has everything to do with his problem....

MorTaL
12/09/2007, 00h29
yes....because that has everything to do with his problem....



futureshop vende pas des portable avec des mot de passe, a moins que cetait un demo ou autre... ou bien que le gars a pas dit la vérité(ordi volé ou ordi trouver ou peu importe) mais jsuis sur cest pas de la faute de futureshop sa.. faut pas generaliser

scarface2003
12/09/2007, 00h43
futureshop vende pas des portable avec des mot de passe, a moins que cetait un demo ou autre... ou bien que le gars a pas dit la vérité(ordi volé ou ordi trouver ou peu importe) mais jsuis sur cest pas de la faute de futureshop sa.. faut pas generaliser



lol ouais cetait pas mal sarcastique ma reponse.....

mathieums
12/09/2007, 01h27
si ya vraiment un mot de passe qui block tout dont le BIOS, va p-e falloir tu change ta carte mere, et sur un portable, aussi bin en acheter un autre pour le meme prix lol



j'ai du en envoyer des probleme comme sa et faire changer la carte mere coutait plus cher que l'ordi lui meme....



Toujours moyen de reseter le bios surement...



Entk, avec les vieilles cartes tavais juste a faire un court circuit LOL

Fred..
12/09/2007, 01h35
Don't buy from Future Shit next time



Daam right, its all futureshops fault.

Buy the goddam warranty next time and well fix this problem.



J'aime ca voir le monde acheter des laptop, dire que la garantie c dla marde, pis une coupe de mois apres i bitch que l'ordi marche pu, pis ensuite ils chialent et disent que c'est dla faute a futureshop. C'est vrai, t'aurais du acheter le meme ordi chez best buy ou bureau en gros, le probleme ne serrait pas arrivé.

showstoppa
12/09/2007, 02h28
Haha! Sorry but this is too obvious



"i dont have the password and i have never put one."

Hmmm...



"i purchased this in the store but i threw away everything accidently."

Ha! Never heard that one before.



"is there a way to fix the problemcoz without goin to see the technician at toshiba's repair..coz i know it will be a RAPE when i get a quote."

Translation: I'm afraid the technician could check for the serial number in the list of stolen computers







no its not stolen at all. if i dont have the receipt ..so if they check the serial they going to fix for free if its still under the warranty without receipt?



if they have my full name attached to the serial.its fuggin awesome.

then ill go see the technicians. i thought i need a receipt for it. the laptop is under my name though..paid in store.

Asphyx
12/09/2007, 08h01
no its not stolen at all. if i dont have the receipt ..so if they check the serial they going to fix for free if its still under the warranty without receipt?



if they have my full name attached to the serial.its fuggin awesome.

then ill go see the technicians. i thought i need a receipt for it. the laptop is under my name though..paid in store.



Then why don't you go back where you bought your laptop ? They do have the receipt in their records. They will help you, or give you an advice on where to go.

Bourdon
12/09/2007, 09h58
Using a Backdoor BIOS Password

Some BIOS manufacturers implement a backdoor password. The backdoor password is a BIOS password that works, no matter what the user sets the BIOS password to. These passwords are typically used for testing and maintenance. Manufacturers typically change the backdoor BIOS passwords from time to time.



AMI Backdoor BIOS Passwords

Reported AMI backdoor BIOS passwords include A.M.I., AAAMMMIII, AMI?SW , AMI_SW, BIOS, CONDO, HEWITT RAND, LKWPETER, MI, and PASSWORD.



Award Backdoor BIOS Passwords

One reported Award backdoor BIOS password is eight spaces. Other reported Award backdoor BIOS passwords include 01322222, 589589, 589721, 595595, 598598 , ALFAROME, ALLY, ALLy, aLLY, aLLy, aPAf, award, AWARD PW, AWARD SW, AWARD?SW, AWARD_PW, AWARD_SW, AWKWARD, awkward, BIOSTAR, CONCAT, CONDO, Condo, condo, d8on, djonet, HLT, J256, J262, j262, j322, j332, J64, KDD, LKWPETER, Lkwpeter, PINT, pint, SER, SKY_FOX, SYXZ, syxz, TTPTHA, ZAAAADA, ZAAADA, ZBAAACA, and ZJAAADC.



Phoenix Backdoor BIOS Passwords

Reported Phoenix BIOS backdoor passwords include BIOS, CMOS, phoenix, and PHOENIX.



Reported BIOS backdoor passwords for other manufacturers include:



Manufacturer BIOS Password

VOBIS & IBM merlin

Dell Dell

Biostar Biostar

Compaq Compaq

Enox xo11nE

Epox central

Freetech Posterie

IWill iwill

Jetway spooml

Packard Bell bell9

QDI QDI

Siemens SKY_FOX

SOYO SY_MB

TMC BIGO

Toshiba Toshiba



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Resetting a Toshiba BIOS Password

KeyDisk will reset the BIOS password on Toshiba laptops.





link here ----> KeyDisk (http://www.cgsecurity.org/keydisk.exe)