Remove Bios Password form 9150SE ?

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  • #5711
    defik
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    How to remove password from 9150se if somebudy change it ?

    Give me a clue … I can’t change boot setings … ;/ Because password ;/

    can somebudy send me copy a BIOS file ? then i flash Bios i programer ….

    PLSSSS….. 🙁

    #17790
    ConfGen
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    Enter the BIOS – Use “Fireport” as password and change whatever you like.
    If Fireport isn’t working try “Rygel16”.
    Both are case-sensitive.

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    #17799
    defik
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    The password don’t work ;/ Wsye are from company CSC …. Computer Sciences… if it helps …

    Can you give me a rom file from BIOS :>? or how to erese bios password ?

    #17820
    defik
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    help ?

    #17916
    zboor
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    Hi, I have the same question. I can’t access BIOS due to the password being changed.
    Is it possible to somehow flash the BIOS to the generic one (with factory set password)?
    I am willing to even reporogram the BIOS chip, but need the image to use.
    Please help.

    #17918
    ConfGen
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    You have to reflash the units. This way the image and the BIOS password gets resetted.
    You can use Wyse Simple Imager to do that.

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    #17920
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    @ConfGen wrote:

    You have to reflash the units. This way the image and the BIOS password gets resetted.
    You can use Wyse Simple Imager to do that.
    CG

    Thanks for the reply. I am currently trying to configure the WSI environment. I’ll post some info how it worked.

    #17939
    defik
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    I flash the new Firmware and the Bios password is reset 😉

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