Question about Dell OptiPlex GX280 PC Desktop
Yes, the F1 message you get is the system wanting you to go into the bios and reset the clock, You can go past that, its not critical.
I would remove the Video card and try using the onboard video ( if it has it). If it boots and you can get into windows, then try re-installing the drivers.
Since its not working, try removing anything you have in the PCI slots and booting with just the video card, if it works, than it means your system board is having port conflicts and you will most likely have to try and update the bios and chipset from the manufacturers website. try this and get back to me.
Oh, if you could, copy and past your problem as FIXYA only shows your recent reply but not the original post and i do alot of these and forget what i told you earlier.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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