Question about Dell OptiPlex GX620 PC Desktop
Try to check on the keyboard, no the buttons of the keyboard, one might be stark from inside and so try to pull it out .
Posted on May 08, 2009
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Turn off your laptop. Wait 15
seconds, then press the power button to restart the system. When the computer
starts to reboot, press "F2" repeatedly until you see the message "Entering
Change the BIOS Settings:
Scroll through the BIOS settings using your keyboard's arrow keys to highlight the setting you want to change. Press "Enter." Use the the arrow keys to highlight the option you want within that setting, then press "Enter."
Save changes in the BIOS Wizard:
Press "Esc," then choose "Save and Exit." Press "Enter" to exit the BIOS with your changes saved.
You can disable the DVD Writer in the Device Manager also.
Start > Type " Device Manager" and then Enter > Double Click " CD/DVD ROM Drives" > Double click on the Device > Click on the "Drivers" tab > click on "Disable" to disable the Hardware.
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