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Want to change my Thin Client T620. But I can not reach the bios for boot menu. I forget the BIOS password.  Use some options, disconnect battery. Press CMOS button. No results. still ask for password. What can I do?

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Please be informed that these units have more stringent security than consumer models. I recommend you to immediately Contact HP Technical Support over the Phone for further assistance to get your Thinclient unit re-imaged with fresh OEM version OS Image from HP support site Usually these units carry offsite support where you can send your unit to SVC center to get it re-imaged also.

 

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Thanks I find a solution byremoving jumper E49 for a while. Thanks for help.

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You're very welcome and have a great day! :)

 

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