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I can see you have tried almost everything , We have one more option to reset it that is using password ***** Did you try that ?
Please try these :-
press left Shiftkey
See if any of these works for you.
Yes right try them one by one and also make a note that they are case sensitive.
Try these generic password ***** see if works for you :-
No, Just press shift key while your PC boots in.
Left shift key ? try once more.
I think only this is the option remaining :-
Yes, It is not advisable to reset notebooks using this method.
Yes,because the password ***** not stored inside the CMOS! Other notebooks are able to store the password ***** a hidden hard disk sector. Your only chance is to contact the support of your notebook manufacturer. Depending on the manufacturer, you have to send him the serial number of the notebook and you'll get (in many cases free of charge) an individual master password ***** unlock the notebook. Some other manufacturers even offer only the replacement of the notebook's mainboard - which will be really expensive
See if this helps you :-
Not sure about that.
Okay. No, I don't think that would be good option. Now, I think only Toshiba Support team can reset it's password.
Yes, that's right but notebook and PC have different design. You can still try resting password ***** jumper and resetting CMOS but that process generally does not work with notebooks as they are designed to be more secure as they can are more prone to have physical access by someone else as compared to desktops or laptops.
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Alright !! I knew that this is going to happen already.
Okay, I am opting out so that another expert can help you in it. Best of luck !