If you love the security & privacy of your machine, then the first thing hits your mind is setting a password. Because it’s the only way you are going to protect your privacy. You can never know when your device is going to get a hit from an intruder. So to protect your device from harm’s way, you set a strong password that no else can even imagine.
Likewise, it’s a lot easier to crack a Windows 10 login password. Meaning, it doesn’t ensure the security of your device. So the best option is by setting a BIOS Password. But every time you set a password, there’s a chance of forgetting it. If that’s the case, use my guide on How To Remove BIOS Password in Windows 10. I only know of three possible ways to complete the task and I’ve drafted them in the guide below:
3 Methods To Remove BIOS Password in Windows 10
1) Use Safe Mode With Command Prompt
- Start your PC and visit the Boot Menu(you can enter such mode by pressing Esc/F10/F8 key).
- Select “Safe Mode with Command Prompt” from the menu.
- Here, wait till you see the CMD interface.
- Now inside command prompt, type “Debug” and press enter.
- Execute the following commands in the command prompt.
- o70 2E
- 071 FF
- Execute the “Exit” command to save changes and restart your computer.
2) Reset BIOS Settings
- Unplug your PC from any power sources (if you are using a laptop, also remove its battery).
- Now remove the cover of your machine to see its motherboard.
- From your PC’s motherboard, look for CMOS battery (it looks like a cell).
- After removing and putting back the CMOS battery, whole BIOS settings will reset.
- Turn on your PC and you’ll see a warning saying “Date & Time not set”.
- Navigate to BIOS settings and make tweaks as you desire.
- At last, reboot your PC.
3) Get BIOS Master Password Generator
- Click here to start resetting your BIOS password.
- Scroll down to locate a code to represent your device.
- After entering the code inside the above-provided empty box, click on “Get Password”
- Now you’ll see a similar password that you use to have for BIOS settings.
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