Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
ok try turning the computer on soon as you see any life at all hit f8.
or it maybe Shift f8 on yours. you may have to try both. but hit f8 you will see the advance menu screen. on advance menu screen select last known good configuration.
allow the computer to boot. if it gets to desk top perform a system restore to before the problem started. if not you will need to shut down again . boot the computer again as soon as you see any life . you will need to enter setup. you can do this by turning on computer soon as you see any life hit f1 or f2 or delete. it will be 1 of those keys that will get you into setup. in setup you will look to the upper left corner you will see where it says load default settings.
click on load defult settings. agree to it by clicking yes or by typing a Y.
now you will want to save your settings and exit the bios. the save and exit will also be there with load default button. click on save and exit.
allow system to boot.
Hope this was helpful.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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