Question about Dell OptiPlex GX520 PC Desktop
Hello all, I have a Dell OptiPlex GX520 that seems to be working all lights come on no beeps from systems but can't get a picture anything that helps me get a picture would help. I have already tried resetting the BIOS, changed hard drive, changed ram and still no picture. would placing a graphics card bypass the main graphics chip or not. without seeing anything I can't get in to set up drivers for anything nor can I see the bios to make changes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sir try to remove the pill battery its in the inside of ur box that return it that might give an error said that u shud configure again ur time and date but that is easy but taht will increase teh speed and gives a reset to full factory defaults
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
maybe try taking out the cmos battery located in your case, looks like a small watch battery, that will clear bios settings and start from scratch, if there is no battery then there is a jumper sequence to do this
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: Bios default password
The BIOS default password is just blank, and it is not asked.
When you set a bios password, you are asked to enter a value, therefore if bios is asking the password, the password had been changed.
To reset the bios password if you do not know the password you need to access to motherboard and temporarily remove battery for few seconds.
Removing battery will reset bios and delete the password.
Unplug power cord before accessing the motherboard, and try not touching the motherboard with your finger.
Put battery back in place before restarting computer.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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