No. Moderators get no reputation bonus for their actions in any way.
The only way moderators get rep is the same ways that normal users get rep, by getting upvotes on questions and answers, deleting answers is not one of those ways.
Just a few observations about the answer.
The first link is labeled wrong. The link goes to Data Lifeguard Diagnostics but it's labeled Universal Firmware Updater. In the question, the OP lists having already tried that unsuccessfully. So that recommendation isn't for a helpful product.
It looks like you may have initially posted your answer before ...
My guesses (I didn't delete it):
The Superuser link you posted had already been posted by another answer (duplicating information)
The answer couldn't stand on its own. When having links in answers, you should summarize the information, so users don't need to click around (possibly to sites that moved their documents or content) to get the information they ...
To add to @Mokubai's answer - it's not only mods who don't get rep for this. High rep users can also cast delete votes (through the VLQ review queue at 2K reputation and directly at 20K), and do not get any reputation from exercising this privilege.
Detailing would be... charitable.
2 screenshots, 2 blocks of copied links and some blurbs copied right off the website of the tools do not an answer make.
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Also consider talking about the use of these tools to fix the issue, rather than simply dumping names and descriptions in an answer.
So nothing strange about it,...
In my albeit limited experience I have never had a CMOS pull NOT reset the Bios PWD.
The following answer is from another user from 2013 who has the same device NP300E5X-T02AE as the author of the question which you submitted your answer to.
I bought online code from ebay and it works now. the warranty service told me that bios IC should be replaced , ...