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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error message
Open Your system and there is a Battery which looks like a Coin. that is CMOS Battery (CR2032) Change that battery and then Reboot your system and try go to BIOS menu with DEL , F11 , F1 or F2. Either of these Buttons can Work.
This will resolve your issue
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: Bootup Problem of Dell PE6650
Your NVRAM was corrupted (probably by a dead CMOS battery) or your hardware configuration has cnaged (deah boot disk, etc). Enter setup to see if the date/time has reverted to a previous date. If so, the CMOS battery needs to be replaced and the BIOS reconfigured for the server. Otherwise, check to ensure that your disk configuration is correct. If the battery is not dead and your disk configuration is incorrect, you may have a bad hard disk.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
KINDLY QUOTE THE EXACT ERROR MESSAGE YOU ARE GETTING. Start tapping the del / f2 key immediately after you turn on the system
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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