Question about Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop
Hi when I turn on my Del is say's UMDA=66MHZ Press Del to resume.
when I press del all seems to work ok.. A few days ago my printer stoped working. With my last computer when the printer stopped working it was all down hill from there.. Is there anything I can do ..
I use to really ENJOY computers any more they are just a problem...
On this web site it will not let me put in my proper product so I will pick a different one
I have a Dell Dimension L866r but it will not let me put that in. It keeps saying please enter valid product..
Normally, when the Dimension L-series gives a Press DEL to continue, it is an indication that the Hard Drive (Where data is stored) is failing.
At the Dell Screen when the system is 1st turned on, press CNTL+ALT+D to run a quick diagnostic on the hard drive. If there is a failure, you will get a failure code (Code 3, Code 4 etc) if the drive passes, no failure was detected (Doesn't mean one doesn't exists though)
To run more diagnostics, you can boot to the Dell Dimension Resource CD if you have it and run Dell Diagnostics from the CD.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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