Dell D610 Bios Password Reset

Today I had a problem with Dell Latitude D610. BIOS was locked. Only one way is to crack the password.

Usually we can do this by removing the small battery and leave it out for few minutes. But in this occasion nothing help.
Even some BIOS password remover software could not help me. And than I found the way how to fix this problem.

I’m not responsible for any damage made by you. You will do this on your own risk !

  • Unlug the power supply
  • Remove the battery, DVD drive, HDD
  • Remove all screws from the bottom of your laptop
  • Open the laptop and take out keyboard
  • Now Remove bottom of case
  • CMOS is located near the modem. Its hidden under the black plastic cover.


dellchip(picture is only for showing the position of CMOS)

  • Now you need to located the pins



  • Use paper clip or piece of wire and short out the pins for 5 seconds
  • Plug the power supply and press power button whilst you shorting out those pins
  • Done
  • Reassemble the case

Now is all done. Switch on the laptop and you will see message. Press FN+X or restart it manually. After restart, you will be able to change anything in BIOS.


Good Luck!







Best PC in 2016 ?

The choice is yours:

You can build your own PC that tailors to your specific needs or you could just buy one of the gaming PCs that are recommend below.



Overclockers Asteroid

A beefy LAN-friendly PC with a tasty design

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti | RAM: 8GB DDR4 (3,866MHz) | Storage: 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD; 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD | Connectivity: Gigabit Ethernet; Dual-band 802.11ac WiFi | Power supply: SuperFlower 1000W | Ports: 4 x USB 3, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-A, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C, Optical S/PDIF, Gigabit Ethernet, 3 x audio

+ Insanely powerful
+ Compact design
– Expensive
– Lacks M.2 storage

The latest Overclockers machine is one of the best-designed gaming PCs we’ve ever seen, with bespoke water-cooling, a great color scheme and keen attention to detail. It pairs its great design with class-leading performance in games and applications, and it’s never hot or loud. It’s expensive and niche, however, with limited upgrade potential. If you’re looking for an attractive (and unique) LAN-friendly gaming PC that can handle anything from 4K gaming to VR, The Asteroid is an out-of-this-world machine with a price tag that will bring you back down to earth.



Lenovo Ideacentre Y900

A forward-looking gaming desktop for PC enthusiasts

CPU: 4GHz Intel Core i7-6700K (quad-core, up to 4.2GHz, 8MB cache) | Graphics:Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 (4GB GDDR5 RAM) | RAM: 16GB DDR4 (2,133 MHz) | Storage: 2TB + 8GB SSHD with 256GB SSD | Connectivity: 802.11ac; Bluetooth 4.0 | Ports: 6 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0, Ethernet, HDMI, VGA, DVI, 7.1 analog audio out, optical audio out, headphone jack, microphone jack, PS/2 combo, 7-in-1 card reader

+ Tool-less design
+ Expansive
– Inaccessible cabling
– A tad pricey

This gaming desktop might come in a designer case wrapping, but it’s much more accessible and easy to upgrade than your average pre-built system short of a boutique. The arrival of the Y900, among a few other machines on this very list, herald a eureka moment in the major vendors’ approach to PC gaming: give the people exactly what they want. A tool-less internal design will help soften the blow of some less-than-optimal cable management, meanwhile the device has plenty of room for expansions and upgrades. If you want the lowest friction possible getting into PC gaming, this is fine place to start.




Alienware Aurora R5

Alienware’s iconic gaming PC returns as a mini powerhouse

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K | 
 Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 | RAM: 16GB | Storage: 256GB PCIe SSD, 2TB HDD | Features: 850W PSU, uniquely futuristic chassis

+ Easy to upgrade
+ Distinct case design
– PSU gets in the way of cooler

One of the few PCs on this list to earn a perfect score, the Alienware Aurora R5 combines design elements traditional to Dell’s famed luxury gaming brand with a handful of contemporary twists. The nigh-mini ITX computer bears resemblance to, say, the Area 51, but with a case that feels strikingly more native to our home planet. Of course, it simultaneously boasts top-of-the-line specs; an overclockable K-series Intel Core i7 CPU, a GeForce GTX 1080 and a massively capable 850W power supply are just a few of the Aurora R5’s redeeming qualities. Plus, even with the small chassis, there’s plenty of room for an unparalleled SLI configuration.




Scan 3XS Vengeance

A very speedy PC which can cope with demanding gaming

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 | RAM: 8GB DDR3 | Storage: 256GB Samsung SM951 M.2 PCI-E SSD + 2TB HDD | Features: 4.6GHz overclock, Be quiet! Dark Rock 3 CPU cooler, Corsair Obsidian 450D chassis, 750W PSU

+ Fast overclocked Skylake CPU
+ High-end graphics card
– Not a cheap machine
– Skylake not a huge boost

Scan’s 3XS Vengeance gaming computer very closely matches that of Chillblast’s Fusion Master, with an overclocked Skylake processor for the fastest possible gaming performance and a powerful GeForce GTX 980 graphics card. This sort of setup will cope with any game up to 1440p resolution in maximum detail. The gap in price between the two systems can be attributed to small differences – a slightly smaller Samsung M.2 PCI Express SSD and less memory in Scan’s default configuration. Whatever, the combination of Skylake and a GeForce GTX 980 will result in a very fast gaming PC.



Probably everyone who has ever listened to the SDR receiver or transceiver, could not remain indifferent to its reception, and especially to the convenience, which is manifested in the fact that the station on the range can not only hear but also see. Overview of the range of the panorama SDR transceiver allows you to quickly and visually to find the station in the receive band, which significantly accelerates the search for correspondents during the contests, and with the daily work on the air. With the “waterfall” to visually track the history of signals at the range and can easily make the transition to an interesting correspondent. In addition, it shows us a panorama of the AFC received stations, their band and the width of the radiation that allows you to quickly find a free spot on the band to call other radio amateurs.

It is only if we talk about the visual part of the SDR, but also do not forget about the processing of signals, both at the reception and for transmission. Full control of the width and all that is in the receive band. On the transmission, too, everything turns out beautifully, if the operator hands grow from the right place.

But there is one thing to make it work the SDR, need additional devices, and it is primarily the computer itself, the monitor, and high-quality sound card. And of course the software to him and to the SDR transceiver. And it already entails certain specific requirements for knowledge in computer ham. What is not always, and not all, unfortunately present.