Password protecting your Phoenix BIOS prevents unwanted individuals from being able to access this important configuration utility. Only those who know the password will be able to make changes to the way your computer works. If at any time you decide you'd rather not have your BIOS password protected, you can remove this key phrase by entering the BIOS settings and making the necessary adjustments.
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Turn on or restart your computer. As the computer begins to boot up, hold down the "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Esc" keys on your keyboard to load your Phoenix BIOS.
Type your current user password into the box (when prompted) and hit "Enter" to load your Phoenix BIOS's main page.
Highlight "Set User Password" and hit "Enter."
Use the "Backspace" key on your keyboard to delete all information contained in the "User Password" box.
Highlight "Save" and hit "Enter" to remove the password from your Phoenix BIOS.
Tips and warnings
- If pressing "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Esc" does not load your BIOS, try pressing "Ctrl," "Alt" and "S" or "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Ins."
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