My Dell E310 PC came with your self suport system installed on it. It worked at first but now says it has encountered technical propblems and advises to shut the system off and retry. It doesn't help any to do that. Can you advise what is needed? Thanks.
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Hi, Two beeps means your motherboard RAM having some problem. If you have two RAM install .Try to remove one and keep another . Start your system and chek , if still problem is not solve better to contact with tech person.
as long as you have the windows COA code on the back of the computer (certificate of Authenticity) you can just find a good copy of XP Pro, and install it on your machine. When done, you can run the resorce CD and install the drivers.
If you do not have the Operating System disk, you have to find another disk, or contact Dell to get a new one sent to you.
The key is that you have the code on the back of the computer (or top, or side, or wherever.)
0x000000a : This error will come up if you knowingly or unknowingly have installed a new hardware device or software for it... or if a wrong update was installed ...It could also mean your Memory (RAM) needs to be reset.
Try using safe mode and do a system restore
To get into Safe mode start the computer and on the Blue-Grey Dell Logo tap-click the " F8 " key on your keyboard slowly but steadily 4-5 times and then you will get windows advanced options menu.
Select Safemode With Networking and then push ENter Key Twice and then login to administrator and click yes and the follow the steps
Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. Click
the Restore My Computer to an earlier time, next.
Select a Previous date on the calendar atleast a few weeks back and then restore it by clicking next... and then check.. if it works...
Also revert back to me... on what happened or if any doubts...