Question about Dell Dimension™ B110 PC Desktop
If you are referring to a complete reinstallation of your operating system in which it will restore the settings to factory, you may try using CTRL + F11.
If this function doesn't work your hard drive doesn't have the functionality to restore the settings to factory. You may need to check it also from your computer manufacturer.
If you are referring to reset your BIOS password. You need to get pass key from your computer manufacturer as well.
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Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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