Question about Dell Inspiron 1000 Notebook
Remove any power supply from the motherboard. Remove the cmos battery and (if exist) change place at the "cmos reset" jumper that is located near the battery. After several seconds place the jumper at the normal position and the battery in the ordinary location. Check the results. This procedure is for general use, in case it didn't work at yours post me back the motherboard's model because in some cases Dell is another one procedure for bios reset.
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