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1.First flip your laptop over and remove the battery, as well as any cables connected to the laptop. 2.Remove the screw latched into the memory panel on the bottom of the computer found near the rear.
3.Lift the panel off and expose the memory modules. 4.Seek for a small push-button and press it, holding it for about two seconds. Reassemble your laptop and start it up.
never disable system bios, i dont even know if there is a way to do that. the bios exists to provide software for your motherboard to work correctly. i suggest you download from another machine your updated bios version from dell.com and put it on a thumbdrive, then boot into safemode and load the file. it should correct any issues you have. there is a possibility that you may have an issue with your new ram. some machines are pretty specific to which types they will take. so get that information from the dell.com site when you get your bios update.
Try putting the computer into safe mode by holding down on the F8 button and selecting safe mode during the boot process. Once you get to the safe mode screen and windows appears, restart the computer.
If that doesn't fix the problem you will have to restore Windows.
available physical memmory is what all your programs on your comp is using like windows virus software drivers im thinking you probably have spyware or bugs in your comp that could be bringing memmory down
unmountable boot volume means that either your system is corrupted, your boot.ini is damaged, or your boot sector is corrupt. Try this:
"You can boot to the XP cd and when you see the Welcome to setup press the letter R You will get a dos prompt Then type "chkdsk /p" without the quotes and hit enter When that is done type "fixboot" and hit enter "Y" and enter at the prompt Then type "exit" and hit enter The system will now reboot into Windows"