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Bios/boot password protection

2008-04-14, 16:31 PM
I would like to set a password for all boot methods except my primary hardisk. I would like the computer to be able to start up without a password prompt for this disk but if any other boot methods are attempted it should prompt for a password.

Is this possible?  I have a thinkpad x61.
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11-27-2007

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Re: Bios/boot password protection

2008-04-14, 17:59 PM
I believe you need to set a BIOS supervisor password and disable the F12 boot option in the startup menu. Don't forget the supervisor password. 

Andy  

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