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I've got like 2 problems with my Dell Inspiron.

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13 minutes ago, Bonzilink said:

I've got a Dell Inspiron 560 that I'm going to turn into a 1080p PC build. But I got some problems with it. I can access the BIOS and boot screen just fine. But when I just let it boot normally, it just keeps rebooting to the Dell logo all over again. I thought it was a corrupted Windows installation, so I downloaded the OS recovery tool and entered the service tag. But it wouldn't let me enter it as it was "invalid". I need help...

I would just reinstall windows altogether. If you have another computer, just find an ISO file for whichever version you're using/want to use & put it on a flashdrive. If you can get into bios fine, you should be able to boot into the flashdrive and reinstall it

I've got a Dell Inspiron 560 that I'm going to turn into a 1080p PC build. But I got some problems with it. I can access the BIOS and boot screen just fine. But when I just let it boot normally, it just keeps rebooting to the Dell logo all over again. I thought it was a corrupted Windows installation, so I downloaded the OS recovery tool and entered the service tag. But it wouldn't let me enter it as it was "invalid". I need help...

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13 minutes ago, Bonzilink said:

I've got a Dell Inspiron 560 that I'm going to turn into a 1080p PC build. But I got some problems with it. I can access the BIOS and boot screen just fine. But when I just let it boot normally, it just keeps rebooting to the Dell logo all over again. I thought it was a corrupted Windows installation, so I downloaded the OS recovery tool and entered the service tag. But it wouldn't let me enter it as it was "invalid". I need help...

I would just reinstall windows altogether. If you have another computer, just find an ISO file for whichever version you're using/want to use & put it on a flashdrive. If you can get into bios fine, you should be able to boot into the flashdrive and reinstall it

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1 hour ago, Derrk said:

I would just reinstall windows altogether. If you have another computer, just find an ISO file for whichever version you're using/want to use & put it on a flashdrive. If you can get into bios fine, you should be able to boot into the flashdrive and reinstall it

Mhm. I will buy a flash drive and get on that.

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