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SOURCE: Dell optiplex will not recognize hard drive

Is it SATA or IDE? Have you tried another cable? If it's IDE, have you checked the jumper settings (usually Cable Select is easiest)?

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SOURCE: Bios default password

The BIOS default password is just blank, and it is not asked.

When you set a bios password, you are asked to enter a value, therefore if bios is asking the password, the password had been changed.

To reset the bios password if you do not know the password you need to access to motherboard and temporarily remove battery for few seconds.
Removing battery will reset bios and delete the password.
Unplug power cord before accessing the motherboard, and try not touching the motherboard with your finger.
Put battery back in place before restarting computer.

See also the following websites:

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satyathakur.com/blog/

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SOURCE: DELL Optiplex 330 keeps rebooting after setting

The processor speed may be too high or too low for the computer to handle. It can become reset to a default choice when you reset the BIOS. Just keep changing it until something works. (There should be around 3 choices)

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SOURCE: I need to know what the reccommended bios settings

If you enter the BIOS menu, choose 'default' settings and save. That is the recomended setting.

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My dell desktop asking for a password


If you want to create a new Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) password on a Dell Optiplex 745, reset the password. Resetting the password also applies if you want to remove an existing BIOS password. BIOS passwords are used to add an additional level of security to your machine. Without the correct BIOS password, your Dell Optiplex 745 will not complete the boot process. The password can be reset whether you know your current password or not.

Turn off your Dell Optiplex 745. Start the computer. Press "F2" the moment the Dell logo appears on the screen. You will only have two to three seconds to press the key. Enter your BIOS password. Navigate to the "Exit" screen. Select the "BIOS Password" setting. Enter your BIOS password and a new password if desired. Do not enter anything in the "New Password" box if you want to remove the BIOS password completely. Press "Enter" to save your password settings. Reset Forgotten Passwords Turn off your Dell Optiplex 745 and remove the power cord from the computer. Disconnect any external hardware and cables. Slide the release latch located on the back of your Optiplex 745. Lift the cover as you slide the latch. Hold the cover firmly and pivot it back on the hinges. Remove the cover from the hinges. Find the "PSWD" jumper on the motherboard. This is a two-pin jumper and should be clearly labeled. Use a flashlight and magnifying glass if you have trouble locating it. Remove the jumper from the motherboard. Replace the cover and slide it into place until the latch snaps into place. Reconnect the power cable and restart your computer. Shut down the computer after it has completely restarted. Disconnect all cables and remove the cover again. Replace the PSWD jumper. Replace the cover. Reconnect all cables and restart your computer.
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I need to know what the reccommended bios settings are for a Dell Optiplex Gx150 bios version A02??


If you enter the BIOS menu, choose 'default' settings and save. That is the recomended setting.

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Floppy disk failure but do not have a floppy disk Dell optiplex G620 have tried to remove it from the BIOS but dose not let me


There should be a setting in the BIOS to ignore errors so you can get it to boot. It's usually set to halt on all errors by default.

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Dell optiplex will not recognize hard drive


Is it SATA or IDE? Have you tried another cable? If it's IDE, have you checked the jumper settings (usually Cable Select is easiest)?

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DELL Optiplex 330 keeps rebooting after setting BIOS to factory setting


The processor speed may be too high or too low for the computer to handle. It can become reset to a default choice when you reset the BIOS. Just keep changing it until something works. (There should be around 3 choices)

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Reset bios to factory settings in dell optiplex gx520


Hi,

The BIOS password may be cleared from a Dell Optiplex by removing the password jumper (PSWD) from the motherboard.
Can click the link below to see how its done or follow the steps below :--
http://support.dell.com/support/systemsinfo/documentation.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&~subcat=87&~cat=12

Choose the desktop model and continue.

For most Dell Optiplex desktops, the steps to reset a BIOS password and clear all CMOS settings are:
  • Locate the 3-pin CMOS password reset jumper on the system board.
  • Remove the jumper plug from pins 1 and 2.
  • Place the jumper plug on pins 2 and 3 and wait approximately 5 seconds.
  • Replace the jumper plug on pins 1 and 2.
Else can follow Optiplex User Guides.

Hope it helps !!
Thanks.

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Hou do i reset bios on a dell optiplex sx270


  1. Boot up the computer into the setup (depending on your bios, to get into the bios you need to hit the DEL key during boot up.)
  2. Press 'ALT' and 'F' at the same time
  3. Turn 'NUM LOCK', 'SCROLL LOCK' and 'CAPS LOCK' on. (Make sure the lights on the keyboard are on.)
  4. Press 'ALT' and 'P' at the same time. The bios should now be reset to the factory settings.

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Bios default password


The BIOS default password is just blank, and it is not asked.

When you set a bios password, you are asked to enter a value, therefore if bios is asking the password, the password had been changed.

To reset the bios password if you do not know the password you need to access to motherboard and temporarily remove battery for few seconds.
Removing battery will reset bios and delete the password.
Unplug power cord before accessing the motherboard, and try not touching the motherboard with your finger.
Put battery back in place before restarting computer.

See also the following websites:

technibble.com/..
satyathakur.com/blog/

3fd1865.jpg

917b30f.jpg

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My dell optiplex gx200 bios can't boot


maybe try taking out the cmos battery located in your case, looks like a small watch battery, that will clear bios settings and start from scratch, if there is no battery then there is a jumper sequence to do this

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