Question about Dell Inspiron 15R Notebook
Input the correct Login Password. You are refering to the Login, not the BIOS password?
Posted on Apr 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Insert OS cd in drive and start reinstalling by selecting repair mode
now once all files are loaded system will reboot when you see the Installing Devices progress bar, press SHIFT + F10
this will give you access to your account also you can reset all passwords
Now restart lappy and let the system boot normally without OS cd in drive
now you will come to old screen and previously configured desktop with all intact aplication and icons on desktop and it will no more ask you for password till you set a new one
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Posted on May 13, 2009
The aim is to reset the BIOS so that data concerning passwords are
cleared out. This is done by moving a jumper on the motherboard.( The
biggest challenge is to find it).
Note that: This procedure also resets the BIOS settings. If you have made changes, this manipulation will reset these features to default.
If the jumper is on 3-connector pins, place it on the middle and the initially uncovered pins.
Wait for some time and put the jumper in its original position (PIN1-PIN2).
If the jumper is on a 2-connector pins and that it holds on a single pin, place it on both, wait one second and then return it to its original position.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
First, be sure you have your genuine copy of Windows XP
-if not, you can contact Dell and ask them a copy of it
1)insert the XP disc on the drive then turn off the computer 2)Turn on again the computer and once you press the power button, keep on tapping on F12 3)You should be seeing the Boot Options. Select CD/DVD and keep on tapping on ENTER once you see the message: "press any key to boot from CD/DVD" 4)if you have done it succesfully, you should see a loading bar that says, Setup is loading files. 5)wait for it to load and Just follow the steps on this link:
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Your best bet is to contact DELL themselves. There may have been a silent recall for your product which you don't know about, and they might repair it at their cost, But with this kind of situation, always go to the manufacturer first.
Posted on Jun 17, 2012
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