Satellite NB10 - activate the BIOS supervisor mode?


Just unboxed a NB10 - has and our standard policy to put a supervisor on the bios password.
Now when I enter the bios setup during startup, it is by default in supervisor (e) mode no and I can't find any way to ask me the password to allow me to make changes.
Does anyone know what I forget? All the options are greyed out and I can't do it asks me a password.

See you soon



> Now when I enter the setup of the bios when booting, it is by default in supervisor (e) mode no and I can't find any way to ask me the password to allow me to make changes.

Usually if the supervisor password has been set, you can access the BIOS by pressing F2.
Now you need to insert the supervisor password, or you can proceed to restrict access to the BIOS options by pressing the F11 key.

If you have inserted the right supervisor password, you could delete it again in the BIOS Security tab.
Usually, you will have to insert the right supervisor password and have to press ENTER twice just to remove it. Then save the changes

Here is a brief description is what the supervisor password.

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