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Dell 8400 X300 128MB BIOS P/N 113-A33406-100 error

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It sounds like your bios were improperly flashed or went bad. The X300 SE message is your video card. So your video card works, the system mostly works, but the BIOS isn't starting up. You should contact Dell and tell them the situation.

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no problem friend please open your cpu shutter and you can see here a cell like watch's cell plug it out and replace it with the new one and start your computer now your this problem is 100% solve. thanks

Posted on Jul 17, 2011

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