Release Date: December 29, 2002.
KILLCMOS helps you whenever you misplace or just forget the password of your motherboard’s BIOS. It does that by resetting and not totally killing the CMOS (as the title would suggest), thus the mainboard actually loads up with the factory default configuration the next time you boot it up.

The simple idea behind this nifty piece of software is modifying the checksums as well as values of the CMOS, tricking the system to load the defaults and draw a blank where the password was present. While this is only the last resort, you may want to skip the intermediary steps and choose to take this chance.

KILLCMOS can really be very helpful on many occasions such as you forgetting the password after you have deliberately set it, although you didn’t need one or other persons do it for you as a prank. Of course, you can protect your computer from this specific type of people by setting a CMOS password and still misplace it.

Sometimes, CMOS can suffer from an unusual power flux or even viruses, so you don’t have to really forget it in order to be unable to access the BIOS. Situations may vary, but KILLCMOS can save the day and restore your system to a working state.

NOTE: Due to the nature of this tool, some Antivirus software may detect It as malicious. It is classed as a false positive detection.

SHA256: 14736c9868232d383fd5b3c856001ac3dc177fe9c29d27dde2745f743a7c41ab

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