Question about Dell XPS™ 600 PC Desktop
Hi chris i checked the cables and they are all pluged in ok but what do you mean buy changing my memory?
Normally the beeping sound refers to a memory, "ram", problem. Lets try something can you boot up at all, in safe mode posibly, by restarting and tapping the f8 key?, you have to tap not hold it down, if we can get you into safe mode, we can do a system restore and roll it back to a day before you had this problem. Otherwise, you have to open the case, make sure it's unplugged not just turned off before trying to remove the m panel, the you need to remove the battery on the motherboard, it's the size of a quarter, you will know it when u see it, that is where the settings are stored, leave it out for 5 minutes, and replace it and restart. that should clear the settings that seem to have been corrupted, let me know what happened
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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