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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The BIOS setup password is stored in NVRAM and can only be accessed with that password. On the bottom of the laptop there is a Service Tag number. Dell support site can use that number to generate a master password for you. http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn If you need further help please post back. Steve Medley
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Go to Dell support and download the latest BIOS revision. When you flash the bios it should wipe out the password. The second option is not as appealing.... open up the laptop and remove the CMOS battery for 30 seconds. This is much easier on a desktop, but a proven solution if there is no other way.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Without a doubt it is the video processor. I'm almost certain it is the Nvidia equipped model. I've repaired three of these successfully. I've seen offers to repair them for $125. I'm not in business to do them, we have about 25 of them at work and I fix them as a value-added service to my company, which they appreciate. Repairing them is not for the average person to attempt. Many things can get broken taking them apart. Lots of screws of varying length that all must go back where the come from. I'm very familiar with component level repair (not board swapping, fixing what's wrong on them) having done this professionally since 1978. They run Windows 7 very well if updated with BIOS version A17, have a good hard drive and 4 gigs of RAM (3.5 gb available under 32 bit ver, the full 4 gig under the 64 bit version. Someone wrote that they don't run Windows 7 and I'm afraid that person is FOS. Probably worth fixing IF the case isn't cracked, battery is good, and screen isn't damaged. It's hard to chunk something that needs one hour of work to restore, most often without parts!
Posted on Jan 20, 2012
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