Reset password in Toshiba® Tecra M11 laptop
How to reset passwords in Toshiba Tecra M11 laptop?
Features of Toshiba Tecra M11 include a 14 inch display with an anti glare coating, Intel Core i3/i5series dual core processors, and optional dedicated Nvidia graphics (NVS 2100M). It has a 320GB 7200RPM hard drive which comes preloaded with Windows 7 Professional. Some of its other notable features include Bluetooth wireless, Mini Display Port connector, eSATA, and DVD Super-Multi drive. Maintaining passwords while operating your Toshiba M11 ensures its security. You could set passwords to boot your system, to open specific applications, to enter BIOS etc. However, you are required to be alert while setting passwords as instances of password reset could cause issues.
Here are more details for the common reasons for password reset in Toshiba M11:
- Reasons for password reset
- Toshiba recovery disk
- Restoration to default factory settings
Reasons for password reset
You might encounter situations where the access to your system is prohibited due to a variety of reasons. One possible reason for this would be the passwords maintained in your system getting reset. Formatting your system could be another reason for the password getting reset. Certain hardware related issues could lead to the BIOS password being reset to its default value. Instances involving system crash or reinstalling the operating system in your Toshiba M11 would also require you to reset the password.
Toshiba recovery disk
Toshiba provides the Windows Password Recovery Reset disc that helps you to restore your system in situations of Password Reset and thus, recover most of your important data. You would be provided with this Recovery CD at the time of purchase of your Toshiba M11 laptop. There is also the choice of other recovery tools available which could be used to recover and hence reset your password.
In situations of password reset, the simplest means to recover from the situation is to reset your Toshiba M11 to its default factory settings. In order to reset to the factory settings, you are required to enter the BIOS setup and make the necessary changes. There are provisions in the BIOS to reconfigure the settings and to reset the passwords. Once you gain access, you could set a preferred password and reconfigure the settings.