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boot – How do I reset/update my BIOS for Optiplex GX? – Super User
Basically a stylistically similar effort to making a Chevy Nova, bear a family resemblance to a Chevy Impala. The link you provided states that the has “Intel chipset”. Certainly sounds like it is The few I have seen had heating issues, you might consider replacing current HD with opti;lex capacity.
This brings you into a super simplified OS that you use to run the flash utility provided by dell. If you install ANY version of Windows on a drive partition larger than GB, consider partitioning the drive into at least TWO partitions, first boot less than GB, second or more any size you desire.
The only thing that I can dll Dell is doing, is trying to provide continuity of purpose or price point with the attachment of the same model number.
This is what it looks like: Sign up dsll Email and Password. Since I want to be ready, in the event it does not work, do you have any solution that you can provide? To create a Windows startup disk, insert a floppy disk into the drive of a similarly configured, working Windows XP system, launch My Computer, right-click the floppy disk icon, and select the Format command from the context menu.
Dell Optiplex GX280 Hard Drives
Follow the onscreen instructions. Sort of like, “oh, look, here’s the new GX, it’s way faster than ours, can we get one”?
Post as a guest Name. Your floppy disk isn’t created as a bootable disk. I don’t recall if there was a SATA connection on the motherboard, if so that would be the way to go. The surprise is when I removed the hard-drive from the controlelr and loaded it on into another computer successfully; that’s right, there is nothing wrong with the hard drive.
So if I take out the floppy dirve and put the 2nd HD there am I using the connectors that the floppy drive is using now?
Add a second HD to Dell Optiplex GX280?
Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Turn on the system. Now, I cannot even repair of reinstall Windows XP, because the system is not booting from none of the boot devices. Replace and Strike any key when ready.
Add a second HD to Dell Optiplex GX? – TechSpot Forums
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Molly, I did the F12 to boot from the devices menu and each one of the devices gave me an error message: Yes, my password is: You must log in or sign up to reply here. Reset your computer’s BIOS and then reboot. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Insert the floppy into the GX and boot from the floppy. Insert the floppy disk to the floppy drive.