Question about Dell Latitude CPX Notebook
Originally, it was Windows 95
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
You can put up to Windows XP. If do, I would suggest to add memory and bigger hard drive.
Or if the pc has Windows Product Key Tag, and what ever the operating system it indicates then you can re-install that operating system.
Hope this helps and good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I would recommend connecting an external keyboard to the laptop and seeing if you can access the BIOS pages. It seems the keys are preventing you from doing so. The keyboard could be damaged.
The CMOS battery is on the motherboard of the laptop. If you can access it w/o damaging anything, you could reset the CMOS settings (clearing CMOS) and the password will no longer be valid. Hope this helps.
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