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SOURCE: have new dell inspiron. got screen meesage

Try booting into safe mode (F8 on boot) and using some of the built in disc checking utilities, If that does not help you may have to do a "Repair instalation"
Google that for more information

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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SOURCE: inspiron 570 startup goes to bios 3 screen says

If you just recently purchased the computer, i would recommend returning it.

however, the first thing i would recommend for a DIY repair is to clear the CMOS. the simplest way to do this is to unplug your computer from the wall. then open up the case, and remove the battery attached to the motherboard. then press the power button on the computer. wiat about 5 minutes and put the battery back in.

reboot the computer, and press the key to enter the BIOS setup... most likely it will be F2 or the delete key... however it could be another key (most likely it will tell you on the screen as it is starting up).

reset the date and time, then save and exit. it should now boot. if not, the MBR on the hard drive might be messed up, in which case, you would have to reinstall the operating system.

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If you just recently purchased the computer, i would recommend returning it.

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