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aaurnab
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Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

My Thjinkpad running Bios 1.46. I can'nt change the value to Default F 9and "OS Optimized Defaults" ... I am running Windows 10 x64. Is there any options for changing the value from Windows? 

Thanks

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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

"Can't change the value"???  Do you have password set?


Rich


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aaurnab
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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

several time I tried to reset bios by pull out CMOS battery, but no luck, there are no password and no privillage to changing the values, all are grayed. Is Bios corrupted??, 

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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

Pulling the cmos battery does not remove a password.  It sounds like you have one.


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aaurnab
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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

I had One, but Now I have nothing.. I can Only Install Windows 10 x64 UEFI file system...

Before Pulling CMOS battery I entered BIOS by password, but could not change the values, that's why I tried to pulling out CMOS battery...

 

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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

That means you entered the power-on password, not the BIOS password.  They are or can be different.  When you get the POP prompt, hit enter.  Then it will prompt again and you enter the BIOS password


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aaurnab
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Re: Thinkpad P50 Bios  1.45

Thanks for Answer....When Entering BIOS, I could without password at this Time... Before Pulling Out Battery I Entered Bios password and I did change values, But after A windows 10 reset, I can't change anything!!! that's why I pull out CMOS battery thinking that I could reset BIOS...

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