Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
You'll probably have to default your CMOS, it's pretty easy. Just look for a jumper on the motherboard labelled CMOS or BIOS, you should just have to set it to the next jumper over, power up, then power down and set the jumper back to normal. If you can't find any jumpers that indicate they control the CMOS/bios, just unplug the PC, pull the battery on the motherboard for a few minutes, then put it back in, plug the PC in and power it up, that should effectively set your bios back to defaults.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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