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When i go to turnon the power it tell me to press f1 help

Hi well i need some help how can i set all the bios well my brother just mix up all the bios , can you please tell me how can i go from top tp bottom thank tou dell optiplex gx150 ...

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Look in the BIOS for the setting that says reset factory defaults or reset system defaults. This will reset theBIOS to the factory defaults. Resolved.

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