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Dell 4700 need to reformat but need to get admin code for the bios. already took bios bat out and unplugged all cords on inside and re-plugged them. got system code, but still need bios admin code is there...


I believe that you need to set up the CMOS jumpers inside the main circuit board. For details click on this link (Click Me)
1. Look for 3 pin CMOS clip that says CLR CMOS on the mainboard 2. Take out the jumpers from 1 and 2 3. Put it in jumpers 2 and 3 and wait for 5 seconds 4. Put it back to jumpers 1 and 2
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Figure 1. Schematic Diagram of Main Board Dimension 4700



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Jul 06, 2011 | Dell Dimension 4700 PC Desktop

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Hi, Maxtor 90645D3 hardrive deletion manual jumpersettings.


Basic jumper settings for Maxtor ATA Hard Drives

Thank you for purchasing your new ATA hard drive from Other World Computing! Please

review these jumper settings prior to installing your new hard drive into your computer.

You may want to review more detailed information about the installation process, or

the location and configuration of your existing internal ATA drive before proceeding.

Your manual that came with your computer can be of assistance in both of these

determinations.

A few notes about installing an ATA hard drive into your existing system:

Your existing drive is normally configured one of two ways, Master (single drive), or

Cable Select. You will want to determine this before installing your new drive, the easiest

way is to remove the existing drive from your system and visually inspect it's hard drive

jumpers. Most hard drives have a schematic either silk screened onto the case of the

drive, or the schematic is on a label near the jumper pins. If you have difficulty locating

this information, visit the hard drive manufacturer's website.

If your existing hard drive is configured as "Master", then set your new hard drive

to "Slave". If your existing drive is set for "Cable Select", then set your new drive to

"Cable Select" also. You can change the existing jumper settings on the original drive

to suit your needs, but we recommend following these instructions first to verify proper

operation of the new hard drive.

Installing jumpers on the new drive is a simple process, follow the schematic to

configure your drive.

Please note the configuration of

the internal ATA cable already

installed in your existing system.

If your internal cable is configured

differently than pictured here,

you may want to replace it before

installing a new hard drive to

achieve maximum performance.
For further assistance, visit our tech center at http://eshop.macsales.com/Tech/index.cfm

Mar 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Power switch leads came off,(rst, pwr, both leds) need picture or schematic ....


http://attachments.techguy.org/attachments/128434d1205452448/screenhunter_019.gif

I believe (not 100% but dang close) that these should be your jumper settings. If not.. sometimes they are on the board just not necessarily right next to the jumpers. Hope this helps.

Mar 18, 2010 | Northgate (STAX2517C2) PC Desktop

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Computer fails to boot. searching for either hard


These pins are referred to as "jumpers". Each manufacturer can have their own jumper settings. Each device should have letters indicating which pins correspond to master, slave, or cable select. The best method to insure operation is to use the cable select (CS) jumper setting. Using this setting, the hardware will be automatically configured.

Mar 11, 2010 | Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop

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Took the two green jumpers off-what are they for? Tried finding a board schematic online. no luck. Not sure how to hook them back up. There off now and machine seems to run OK


The jumpers you have taken off might usually be jumpers for clearing the CMOS (think of it as the BIOS settings). This usually not be a problem. You can look for your motherboard's support for "Resetting BIOS". Most of the time, there will be some things involving jumpers.

Mar 07, 2010 | MSI Microstar KT6 Delta (MS-6590)...

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I need to make my Maxtor a slave but i dont know


Hi,
Refer to the following schematic and put the jumper. Also make sure that your harddrive is detected and in the system BIOS.
http://eshop.macsales.com/Tech/manuals/idehdsettings/Maxtor72.pdf

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Sep 24, 2009 | Maxtor Hard Drive

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Laptop bios password , computer password screen not goes


IF you can get to the motherboard, there should be a set of jumpers related to the bios. You should be able to pull the Jumper off it's pins, wait a min or two, and then put it back on and that should have reset the bios back to not having a password. That also will reset the bios if you've made any changes in there. You'll need either a schematic of the motherboard (which I'm sure will be VERY hard to find, or you'll need to look the board over at the small printing until you find the set of posts with a jumper on them that's labeled bios.

Jun 11, 2009 | Lenovo 3000 Y410 Notebook

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T2893 Motherboard Layout - Where do the power jumpers go?


go to this link for the information you need http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/sr/sr_con.htm#IC

May 05, 2007 | E-Machines T2893 PC Desktop

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How to replace hard drive


You want to know how to replace that hard drive? Or replace your old one with that one? Well first thing to do would be to buy another. You will need to go to walmart, or best buy and buy an IDE internal hard drive. Next would be to open up your computer tower and check the old hard drive, it is the 3 an 1/2 inch wide small black box. You need to check the jumper setting on the old drive. Check they will be two rows of 4 or 5 pins, next to where the wide band ide ribbon is connected to the hard drive. There will be a plastic peice (the jumper) and inside the plastic is some metal that connects two pins. You need to check where the jumper is and compare it to the schematic on the label on top to determin if it is Master(M), Slave(S), Cable Select(CS). Now you have to look at the schematic on the new drive and change the jumpers on it to match the configuration(Master, Slave, or Cable Select) with the old drive. Now take take the ribbon and power cable from the old drive and plug in the new drive. Take out the old drive, and screw the new drive into the old hard drives place. Now insert your Windows XP, Linux, or what ever cd into your cd drive and install.

Oct 12, 2006 | Toshiba 40GB Replacement (6E040L0) -24853...

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