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Panasonic released the CF-29 on January 1, 2004. It was designed to survive the harshest environments US Armed Forces, service personnel, and enthusiasts could throw at it. The Black Hawk CF-29 was released in 2009.

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How do I remove bios password

I need to remove bios password

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1) Locate and remove the RTC battery

2) locate and remove the main battery and unplug power supply.

3) depress the power button for 30-60 seconds.

you do not have to solder anything to the board if there are posts ic 61,63 on MAIN PCB then just put a jumper across them while you power up. if its just 2 SMD pads just use a needle probe to arc the connection.

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remove cmos battery for about 10 seconds.

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for a better result remove the battery for about 5 minutes, because sometimes it needs more time :)

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don't forget to hold the power button down for 60 seconds and remove the main battery as well.

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Remove the BIOS battery for more than two hours and the problem still exists..

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Removed the cmos battery, removed the main battery, left it for about 18 hours. No results. I pulled the batteries and shorted the pins while holding the power switch for 60 seconds. Still didn't help at all. Then I tried every combination of shorting, unplugging, and turning on that I could think of. Still have the problem....

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does the the problem above has been resolved??

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I find this article about how to reset or remove BIOS password, perhaps it will help you solve your problem:

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I tried the "remove all power" tricks mentioned above (also mentioned in many places on the Internet), and they did not work for my CF-29 Mk3 (Model CF-29HTM50BM). What did work for me was upgrading the Embedded Controller and BIOS firmware from a pair of diskettes as mentioned in this thread from Victor at AllService ( Download the files CF29-EC.rar and CF29-BIOS.rar from the links in the thread, create the pair of bootable diskettes, upgrade the EC firmware first, then the BIOS firmware -- at this point my BIOS password was removed. I went into the BIOS settings and disabled the password at boot.

Now, will this same procedure work for you? Maybe -- my EC and BIOS were downlevel, so the bootable diskettes did have to perform an upgrade, maybe that's required.

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