Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
If you have your Dell OEM XP/Vista disc, then boot up and insert it and shut down again. Push the start button and rapidly tap the F12 key until you're in boot selection. Select the DVD player and hit enter, then at he prompt "hit any key to start from cd" do so. Let Windows Setup take you all the way to where you have the option to hit the R key to repair. Do so. You'll be in a DOS environment so at the prompt, type FIXBOOT and hit enter. If this does not fix the problem, repeat the process and next time at the prompt type FIXMBR and hit enter(Master Boot Record). Either one of these may restore your default Boot sequence and get you out of being stuck in Media Direct.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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