Solved Dell system optipex gx260series

December 25, 2013 at 18:41:15
Specs: none reinstalling fresh copy
how to undo changes i made when computer wont let you get back in there to put setings way was any chance i here some computers have were when you start your puter you press a serteen key it well turn thANGS ON OR OFF . BY ANY CHANGE is there something like that would work for my problems like maybe being able to get to restore the default setings all i need to fix my problem these what happens i start computer runs all the way were it tells ytou your problems and tells you what to do and follow everthing up to were you push the F@ botton or the F12 botton the keyboard and computer freezes up and thats how close i get to get into were i need to be to undo my changes i made when i was messing around with that wndwsxp harddrive from nother puter i erased the harddrive and have it ready for refresh installment but i got my main computer to use .

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December 25, 2013 at 21:04:10
During boot up, press the F8 key. Once you get the menu, select "Last Known Good Configuration" and see if it will boot up.

A few suggestions for the next time you post. Don't double post, and use some punctuation, your post is incredibly hard to read. Proof your post thoroughly before post it, what you have written makes very little sense.

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December 26, 2013 at 00:31:29
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If you erased the drive and want to undo that, well, that's not a practical expectation, especially if it was in a different computer. You need to boot from a windows installation disk and install it fresh.

Is the drive showing in cmos/bios setup? Assuming it's a regular IDE drive you need to make sure it's jumpered and connected the same as the old one.

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