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1- shut it down then open the computer box 2- find a green or blue jumper beside the memory slot or Data cable slots 3- remove jumper , then turn computer on wait for 10 sec then shut it down 4- put the jumper back and close the computer box 5- turn the pc on and have fun
Someone has turned on the BIOS password on you and therefore the PC will not let you boot up unless you enter the correct password. The problem is you cannot turn off the password option unless you know the password. I would start by asking other people who had access to you computer what they set the password to. If nobody comes clean, then you will have to call Dell Tech Support to get them to reset the password for you. They will give you a master BIOS password to override the one set and turn off the option.