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It is locating beneath the keypad, if u want to change CMOS, i highly recommend you let an IT expert handle the matter for you...

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SUMMARY corner_ffffff-fff0cc_13x13.gifDell Inspiron 8000
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Pentium III-900/700 CPU,
128MB of SDRAM,
256KB L2 cache,
Windows Millennium Edition,
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