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Dell optiplex held on bious logo , i remove hard drive and opticle bt problem still , after this i remove bious cell and remove main power cable for 10 mnts . But it still on bious logo . Whats problem of helding on bious logo ?

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Are you receiving a prompt saying that the system time is wrong?

Something that may be saying, "Press F2 to enter setup" ?

Have you checked your memory?

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When i am switching on Pc its shows bious logo , not any keyboard key work . I have changed processor and ram also but same problem that helding on bious logo

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Have you checked with your motherboard manufacturer to see if the processesor you installed is supported by your BIOS?

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Yes Processor is according to my motherboard support , i make a search in Dell manual and documentation , I only find may be this fault of my harddisk But i fail to fix this Issue , here is artical which i follow to fix this issue http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/KCS/kcsarticles/articleview?docid=605413
and all troubleshooting problem discuse in this link
http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/Product/optiplex-gx620
I repeat my mother board held on Bious logo , I remove my hard drive , Optical Device , All Install cards , Now Mother board with ram and Processor , I apply power but problem not fixing

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Do you know how to reset the CMOS?

Look on your motherboard manual for a CMOS jumper or CMOS reset.

You will want to do this after a major change such as this.

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I have had the same problem with a motherboard, but on contacting the manufacturer they recommended that I flash the bios to the newest version.

Is the motherboard an OEM motherboard or an aftermarket motherboard?

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I would check with the manufacturer to see what your options are for flashing the bios.

BEWARE!!! If done improperly you can brick your motherboard.

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