Question about Dell Inspiron XPS M140 Notebook
I don't know what happened a week ago. Only way I can bootup the laptop by removing the memory stick. Dell has a built in 256M on the motherboard which allows complete computer ops, but extreme slow. I have replaced the original stick with new ones of 512M 1.0G memory stick, but no help. I have done Dell Diagnostic. All components testing OK. I have checked the software enviornment, but do not detect any conflict. I am getting not much help on Dell site. I would appreciate if anyone can give me some help here.
Normally you boot up the laptop without a memory stick in the USB port.
Check your BIOS settings for the boot up device order.
You should have the hard drive as the first boot device, you can have the CD as the first boot device and the hard drive as the second boot device.
You should not have the USB port as the first boot device.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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