How to Reset the Toshiba Tecra BIOS Password
By C.D. Crowder
Updated February 10, 2017
Basic Input Output System (BIOS) passwords are used to prevent unauthorized access to your system BIOS. If you no longer need your Toshiba Tecra BIOS password or want a new one, reset it. The BIOS password is required while booting your computer or after bringing your computer out of Standby mode. Resetting the BIOS password allows you to use an easier password or prevents you from having to enter a password when turning on your computer.
Turn off your Toshiba Tecra and wait at least 30 seconds before continuing.
Turn your Toshiba Tecra back on.
Press either “Esc” repeatedly as soon as your Toshiba Tecra starts up.
Enter your BIOS password.
Press “F1” when prompted.
Use your arrow keys to select the password field.
Press the space bar.
Enter your current password and press “Enter.”
Ensure the password field now says “Not Registered.” This removes your BIOS password.
Change your password by highlighting “Not Registered.”
Press the space bar and enter a new password.
Enter your password again and press “Enter.”
Press the “End” key and type “Y” to confirm your settings and exit the BIOS.
If you cannot enter the BIOS using “Esc,” use “F2” instead. Some Tecra models use “F2” instead.
If you use a password, use something easy to remember. If you forget the password, you will not be able to boot your system.
C.D. Crowder has been a freelance writer on a variety of topics including but not limited to technology, education, music, relationships and pets since 2008. Crowder holds an A.A.S degree in networking and one in software development and continues to develop programs and websites in addition to writing.