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Old 03-25-2020, 12:24 PM   #1
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INSYDEH20 Bios Rev 3.5 SW Vers 1.10
HannStar J MV-4 94V-0 0944
Win7 64 Bit Home Premium
Satellite L505D-GS6000 PSLV6U-01F009

MB LOCATION OF CLRCMOS CLRTC CLRBIOS PW

ATTEMPTS: 1-removed cmos batt 30/60/24 NADA
2- jumpered b5000 xxx to bypass BIOS. WORKED
3-bootmgr missing from hdd and usb recovery

KNOW CAUSE: Directx11 version update DL from DynaBook/Toshiba

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Looking for the clrtc clrcmos to reset bios pw on my Toshiba Laptop. Model and part in title. I’ve located and solder bridges the B500 xxx pads. Got past my bios. However desoldering cmos and 30/60/24ing the removal did not clear. The jumper only bypassed bios. Does anyone know of any further steps I can try? It should factory reset to OOB state but it will not simply stated no bootable device after DL and running the driver directx11 version 10 update completely crashed and corrupted my system passwords bootmgr and usb recovery. ANY HELP NUMBERS OR KNOWN FIXES WOULD BE GREAT. No master works there is no labeled cmos clr pad only the b5000 xxx to bypass but no clear pw erase is evident. Dynabook nor Toshiba can offer any advanced tech support due to covid19. Would like to be able to work from home and this is thwarting the former and latter.
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Old 03-26-2020, 12:57 AM   #2
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