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Dell Latitude 600 Bios problem! HELP :)


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Mikecin

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Help! I purchased a Dell Latitude 600 Laptop on EBay. (Seemed like a good deal) I've been told I need to find the bios so I can solder it to reset it? Something like that, my husband knows exactly what to do, what I need is a blueprint or a picture of where the bios is located on a dell latitude 600. I'm ready to throw this thing against a wall!! :tazz: Please please help. Thank you so much!
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May I ask why you need to solder it to reset it? You can reset the bios without using a soldering iron!
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I don't need to solder it, but i've been told I could touch two soldering points on the security chip?? Does this sound right? Thanks for your help!!
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I think the best thing to do is describe in detail what the computer is doing and we can help you from there. It sounds like someone is trying to tell you how to unlock the multiplyer on a processer witch is way beyond the scope of trying to get a computer to run properly so no this does not sound right.

We can try and help get the computer to run normally if you explain what happens from the time you hit the power button till the time the problems accur

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