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The power source (PSU) of the pc has failed (more precisely the 12 volts line), replace it. You can buy a cheap one at every pc shop, just make sure you get one with the same power or better, above 450 watts.
in a PC TOWER, you can unplug the power supply from the motherboard and remove the little battery and it will reset it.
in dell laptops there is no battery or at least not one you will
have access too, usually at the back of a dell laptop there are 2
pieces you can open, Open them with a screwdriver.
unplug from power, remove the battery.
Now, there should be a skinny cable running from a place you cant
access, the end of this cable have a white plastic thing on it and it
connects to the mother board.
Unplug it from the motherboard, wait 5 seconds, plug it back in.
your bios should be reset now.
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you can not make it, please see this document. http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/so/so_proc.htm or see this is very instructive. http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/475688-upgrade-processor-dell-board-e210882-2.html Thanks Sergio