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MY 2004 DELL REV. A01-00 GOT IT'S SETTINGS ADJUSTED BY MYSELF READING OUT OF AN OLD BOOK,IN ORDER TO ADD AN EIDE HARD DRIVE. NOW I GET A BLUE SCREEN WITH BLURRY LINES OF WHAT I BELIEVE ARE THE SET UP OPTIONS. BUT I CAN'T DO ANYTHING. PLEASE WHAT SHOULD I DO?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Advanced BIOS setting
I would suggest using the set bios default option on the main screen. This should reset everything to factory defaults.
Be sure to exit saving settings. After that, assuming there's no hardware damage, it should start fine.
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Posted on May 13, 2009
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