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I see you are having a heck of a time with this PC and the BIOS password.
What is your CPU type?
INtel uses the DMI, for the Sbridge integration, which encompasses the BIOS. And UMI is AMD's version.
So, depending on which CPU type you have, will determine which Integration you have, and we can get down to resetting the BIOS. YES?!
Thank you for that, but there are LOTS of different Pentium processors.
Can you be more specific? And also the Speed (frequency, typically expressed in Gigahertz GHz)For Example:
Pentium SandyBridge G6xx at 2.8GHz
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Did you set a bios password ***** did it just show up? If it just showed up is this laptop 3-5 years old?
The the above is true, this is probably a cmos battery, which I can help with, if not, I will opt out.
Gotcha - but there IS a cmos battery, there has to be one, yours is probably soldiered on the motherboard. There is no such thing, of any computer, server or laptop with out a cmos battery.
What you would be looking for is a small round silver disk with blue rubber around it, to most people it looks like a capacitor. like this http://www.laptopparts101.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/cmos-battery-soldered-560x420.jpg or sometimes like this http://www.laptopparts101.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12c/removable-cmos-battery-560x420.jpg The other old school ones look like a watch battery, but I can a sure you there is a cmos battery.
I'll opt out, let me know if you believe there is indeed a cmos battery so I can try and help. Good luck.