Question about Dell OptiPlex GX110 PC Desktop
I have a Dell Optiplex GX110 that freezes during the intial bios post. The white bar fills either about 1/4 or 3/4's of the way and just freezes. I tried geting into bios, but you need to finish loading the white bar in order to get in. I have bios Version A05. Before I can flash A09, I need to finish loading the bios post. I tried reseting the Bios by reseting Cmos and have pulled out the battery. Am I missing something. Any Help would be greatly apreciated. Thanks, Rogue
Tengo una computadora de esa misma que esta en la foto pero ocurrio una cosa que cuando inicio la computadora voy a mi pc y no veo mi cdroom pero el lee el cd y no me sale en la pantalla que lo leyo
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
The only thing I can think of is there should be a jumper pin that on the mother board that resets the cmos. Unplugging the battery does not clear the cmos rom. My guess would be the cmos rom is currupted and unfortunatly you need the rom loaded before you can flash and replace it. My advice is ditch it.
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