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I need to reboot bios computer everything with out disk

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  • nina May 09, 2014

    i need to reset my whole computer with out disk its a dell 8400 series

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    MARWAT May 09, 2014

    what do you want to reset .... bios or ? whole computer without disk means only bios

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    MARWAT May 09, 2014

    if u lost ur password then its not easy otherwise go to setup and press f7 and thn save and exit

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