How can u change the date if ur already locked out of the computer? Maybe I’m missing something here but this makes to sense to me. Thank you so much! I can press F2 and get in the bios, create a user password but thats it. I was given a XCA and turn it on ask for pass word.

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The list is found https: You need administrator password to do that. If your problem was a BIOS password preventing you from booting the computer. So i can use the laptop. Hope this help and thanks for reading.

Than are utilities to reset CMOS, but they didnt worked at all or needed to boot from cd or flash drive.

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I got mine on eBay for 80 dollars. Your my new hero! How do I change the date when I can’t get past the bios d3t screen? How did you get into windows to change the time?


First thing i tried was to flash bios but guess what?

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But worth the try. No boot to the HD or anything, just bios. Michael Duquette, you are best. Next thing i did was removing CMOS battery for about an hour, but that did not help.

Thank you so much! Think I’m gonna have same prob u have cause I’m thinking is is an old list for older models since it only goes up to I didn’t need to qsus the battery or anything else.

All the others on here were able to get past the screen you and I got to boot into windows. The problem with mine was it would not even boot to windows.

So i ran into a problem few days ago and it seemed to be very annoying one. Note that I asux login to Windows.

What a bunch of idiots! Like I said, I just had to replace motherboard. There could b an updated list out there but they probably tightened their security protocols since when the list stops to protect the newer devices like ours.

But then luck turned on me and i found an old forum thread where my solution was and it is really simple. I xxp an ASUS QL from a pawn shop yesterday and the dummys that work there allow customers to do whatever with the laptops etc I was given a XCA and turn it on ask for pass word.


So i changed HDD and woo enter bios password.

I can press F2 and get in the bios, create a user password but thats it. Its work perfect for me.

I set up date to because when I use F1 during boot load defaults this date I read from windows. Password for this date is: Only paid 40 at the pawn shop and 80 for a replacement i5 mobo. It sucks but I’m assus you paid too much money for your laptop to just give it away.