2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 30, 2010 1:14 PM by swapan RSS

motherboard dg31pr (problem with BIOS password reseting)

chellon Community Member
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I put a password for BIOS Security.

I thought it will be needed only for editing BIOS settings.

But I need to enter password every time I power on the machine(before booting).

Also if I enter to the BIOS settings almost all menus are disabled .


what I do.............

plz help me....

  • 1. Re: motherboard dg31pr (problem with BIOS password reseting)
    Aryan2411 Community Member
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    Hello Chellon,

     

    Intel Desktop Board:

     

    Method to remove Supervisor Password:

    Switch the BIOS Jumper to the Configuration/Maintenance Mode

    Then you will have an option Clear BIOS Password.

    Select this option

    Save and Exit

    Switch off the System

    Put the jumper back to normal position.

     

    More Information on BIOS Jumper: http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-028780.htm

     

    You can do a CMOS clear also by removing the RTC battery and disconnect the power plug for a few mins.

     

    I just did it on my Intel Board.

     

    All the best,

     

    Regards,

    Aryan.

  • 2. Re: motherboard dg31pr (problem with BIOS password reseting)
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    1st shutdown your computer then open your caseing of CPU then find the BIOS Reset Jumper in the motherboard

    Note :-  ( all type of motherbord are Available jumper setting option in a motherboard physically)

     

    2nd set the bios jumper in the motherboard ( normal mode to bios clear mode)

     

    3rd then start your computer then press F2 go bios setup ( this time system not ask bios password)

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    then BIOS setup wizard see on your screen

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    first option well be their ( clear bios password)  - press F10 -press y - press Enter

    Message come on screen :- then system tell you change your jumper setting back to the normal mode

     

    press Ctrl+Alt+Delete

     

    after restarting direct discounect your power supply ( switch off your power button)

     

    system is complete off

     

    change your jumper setting ( bios clear mode to normal mode )

     

     

    happy ending your bios password is clear

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