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These guides will take you step by step through the safe removal of what are considered to be the Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) parts of the various OptiPlex 9020 and XE2 systems. (CRUs are the parts of the system that shouldn't need an engineer to remove or replace.
11/24/2014  |  (Knowledge Base Articles)

3. Press the two blue tabs at the reat of the Hard disk drive (HDD) together and slide the HDD towards the front of the system.
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Try to start the server in safe mode or, if the server is a domain controller, Directory Services Repair Mode (DSRM). If either of these is successful, the issue is likely with an installed driver, application, or service. Proceed to step 4.
11/24/2014  |  (Knowledge Base Articles)

The Alienware Area-51 is equipped with a Security-cable slot latch to prevent unauthorized movement of your computer. Also, the Side panels cannot be removed when the Security-cable slot latch is in lock position.
11/25/2014  |  (Knowledge Base Articles)

Since Alienware computers uses the overclocking with the Intel Turbo Boost Techonology, the only tool we recommend to check if your systems has the correct overclocking speed is the "Intel Turbo Boost Monitor".
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then press the pause or break key (on notebooks it may necessary to press and hold the FN key before pressing the pause or break key). The System Properties window will open and the Operating System is listed. Some newer notebooks no longer have a Pause or Break key.
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A user may report they receive an error during system startup stating "Unknown or Incorrect AC Adapter Detected". Depending on the system, portable systems use either a 65W (Watt), 90W, 120W, 130W, 240W or a 330W AC Adapter. Please make sure you are using the correct adapter for your system.
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The microcontroller is handing control of the system to the processor. This code persists if no processor is detected. 1. Reseat the processor. 2. Replace the system board. 3. Replace the processor.
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Opens the Task Manager window. Activates User standby state. Enables or disables Number lock. Enables or disables Scroll lock.
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If you still experience issues after completing these steps please send an e-mail to AWCC-Resolution_Experts@Dell.com (for US and Canada customers only), with your service tag, phone number and proper time to reach you and we will be contacting you shortly.
11/25/2014  |  (Knowledge Base Articles)

More and more Desktops, Notebooks and Netbooks are either being designed without space for a CD/DVD Optical Drive or are being purchased as basic work terminals without them. They do however all come with various ports that allow for expansion beyond your system chassis.
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For info on reseating cables and internal parts, please reference the service manual for your model from our support website. Alternatively, contact Dell technical support.
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If you still experience issues after completing these steps please send an e-mail to AWCC-Resolution_Experts@Dell.com (for US and Canada customers only), with your service tag, phone number and proper time to reach you and we will be contacting you shortly. The Alienware Support Team
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The Security and Encryption section covers the security and encryption hardware/software currently available on your system, plus applicable upgrade options.
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These guides will take you step by step through the safe removal of what are considered to be the Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) parts of the Various OptiPlex 3020 systems. (CRUs are the parts of the system that shouldn't need an engineer to remove or replace.
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