Don't ask how to hack password. (BIOS Passwords)

#42386 by trillium
Thu Dec 07, 2006 3:01 am
Recommended by Wim's BIOS... BIOS Agent scan: Upgrade your BIOS! DriverMax is the number one driver updater for Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista or XP

#42386 by trillium
Thu Dec 07, 2006 3:01 am
Thanks again for your input Sharedoc - I will try what you suggest.

But first please let me ask you this - should pin 14 be lifted from its pad on the board, or left connected? Several posts in your 600E thread referred to a pull-down resistor probably being present and responsible for setting a pin's level to 0 volts, so I had assumed I had to lift the chip's pin from the board, (since I couldn't find a pull-down resistor), and then connect the floating pin to 3.3 volts through the 10K resistor. That's what I did - lifted pin 14 from its pad and connected it to pin 19 through a 10K resistor. Was that wrong? Should I have left pin 14 on the board and just connected it with the resistor to 3.3 volts - pins 8, 13, 19 or 28?

Thanks.