Question about Dell Inspiron 530 Desktop Computer
Screen comes up stating; self monitoring system parameter has exceeded normal op. range.
The error refers to the SMART system (read more about it).
Your hard drive may be getting ready to fail or you may have received a false error message (which can occur). If possible go into the bios/CMOS and disable the SMART system so that you may be able to boot normally. Once booted you need to make a backup of your data immediately.
If you are unable to boot the machine even after disabling SMART you may need to replace the hard drive and hook the old one up either externally (the preferred method) or as a slave so that you may backup the data on it.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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