Unlocking bios on laptop

[qanda]This thread is about the Toshiba Satellite L350D-209. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]how to unlock locked bios???:sad:

More details please.

I too, don’t know what you mean by “locked”.
You enter your particular BIOS utility by pressing the F2 key when prompted during the boot process.
If you are not prompted, try tapping the F2 key during boot up.
After a quick search, looks like these are your BIOS options/settings :
To Enter: F2
To Flash: Windows Base BIOS Installation
Boot Option: F12
DMI: Satellite L350D
TSETUP Default Settings:
InsydeH20 BIOS (out of the box settings)

(Press F2 to Enter)
InsydeH20 Setup Utility - Rev. 3.5

System Time: [XX:XX:XX]
System Date: [XX/XX/XXXX]

CPU Type: AMD Athlon ™ X2 Dual-Core QL-60
CPU Speed: 1.9 GHz

Hard Disk Drive: TOSHIBA MK2552GSX (S1)
Optical Disk Drive: TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-L633A (PM)

Total Memory: 2048 MB

System BIOS Version.: 1.10

Language: [English (US) / Francais / Japanese (JP)]

Dynamic CPU Frequency Mode: [Dynamic / Always Low]
Pointing Devices: [Enabled / Disabled]
Built-in LAN: [Enabled / Disabled]
Wake-up on LAN: [Enabled / Disabled]
Critical Battery Wake-up: [Enabled / Disabled]
Legacy USB Support: [Enabled / Disabled]
Wake on Keyboard: [Disabled / Enabled]
SATA Controller Mode: [AHCI / Compatibility]

Power On Display: [Auto-Selected / LCD+AnalogRGB]


User Password Is: Clear
Supervisor Password Is: Clear

Set User Password: [Enter]

Set Supervisor Password: [Enter]

HDD User Password Status: Not Registered

Built-in HDD Password: [User Only / User+Master]
Set HDD Master Password [Enter]
Set HDD User Password [Enter]

2: FDD
4: LAN
5: USB Memory

Exit Saving Changes
Exit Discarding Changes
Load Setup Defaults
Discard Changes
Save Changes

That won’t work on a Toshiba laptop Tony.

See here. Check out the Resetting a Toshiba BIOS Password section.

[QUOTE=Mr. Belvedere;2469441]That won’t work on a Toshiba laptop Tony.

See here. Check out the Resetting a Toshiba BIOS Password section.[/QUOTE]

I think this only works if the password wasn’t changed but onced changed if the current user doesn’t remember it or lost it. They are left with going to the dealer or sending to the company to have it restored. No amount of taking the battery out I think will reset the password. Laptop since we don’t know who or whom owns it is a hard and sticky question to respond to. My advice is have your receipt ready to prove to the dealer or manufacture that your the legit owner so that they will reset the password.

[QUOTE=Mr. Belvedere;2469441]That won’t work on a Toshiba laptop Tony.
[/QUOTE]Tony was just a spammer from China.

[QUOTE=mciahel;2469461]Tony was just a spammer from China.[/QUOTE]
Poor Tony :slight_smile: