I have an Inspiron 17R laptop, purchased new two weeks ago, that now will not boot. It powers on, briefly shows the Dell screen, then the screen goes to blue. I have run the hardware diagnostics and it shows no problems or error messages. Pressing F8 does nothing.
I'm able to use internet through browser but none of the applications connect to internet, it says data connection not available or data & time setting not correct. Also if I try to download any file through browser it is not downloaded, it says download interepted.
I just purchased an Inspiron 14R for my granddaughter (graduation present). I know Dell doesn't ship OS Recovery disks anymore (poor decision), but I thought I'd be able to create one from the Dell Backup and Recovery app.
I can't get that - or the latest driver from AMD website (13.1 dated 1/17/13) to install. The installer runs, it just does not detect the HD7570 and does not update any drivers. If i go into device manager it always tells me I have the latest when I try to force update it that way.
Documentation says 256/512 file systems. If all my users are Windows/CIFS, what would I use them for? I was thinking one file system could be legal department, another purchasing, and so on. Is that not what they are for or is "file system" only something specific to NFS vs. CIFS? Thanks.
just wondering what harddrive will work in this machine. i know there is the dell one, but that seems a little over priced. drummer829 Hi drummer829 Please click on the link mentioned below to view the list of compatible hard drives with this system model. httpdell.to/161ahSe Please
I have a PowerEdge 1600sc, which I have been trying to convert to an efficient desktop. However, it is not working out in my favor. I can not clearly watch a video or play a simple flash game without substantial lag and distortion.
I've got a M17xR3 which i bought a couple of years ago, and was wondering if there was anyway of arranging with Dell to get a graphics card upgrade. I'm currently running a Geforce GTX 560M which can't really cope with today's games (my fault for being cheap i guess!)
The only way I've found to reliably solve the problem each time it occurs is to disable the sound device in Device Manager, reboot (required by OS), then enable the sound device again. The problem seems to reoccur more or less every time I close the laptop lid and reopen.
I have had small unicast issues for a while but they now I think they are getting out of control. I think I have made some mistakes in my design on my vlans / routing and things are slowing down. All my servers are on my 0 network and workstation are all on my 41 and 43 vlans.
i have done a bios reset and battery removal....cannot access the bios.....need to make changes....i have seen the f2 light up but i am still not able to boot or change bios....any advice would be appreciated