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10-24-2021 05:14 PM
Basically -- NO. The BIOS password is encoded into the firmware resident on a chip on the mainboard. Since that chip is not socketed, it can not be replaced. You would have to pay a fortune to get the mainboard replaced -- much more than simply replacing the laptop outright.
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