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The boot menu allows you to set a one-time boot sequence without entering the system setup. You can also use this procedure to run the diagnostics on your
To enter system setup using the Boot Menu:
Turn on (or restart) your computer.
When the Dell™ logo appears, press <F12> immediately.
Highlight the option to enter the System Setup and then press <Enter>
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Onboard Serial Port
Determines how the serial port operates.
disables the port
, the default setting, automatically configures a connector to a particular designation (
ACPI Suspend Type
Sets the computer's suspend mode. The options are
, a suspend state in which the computer is running in a low-power mode, and
, a suspend state in which the power is reduced or turned off for many components, however, system memory remains active.
Determines how the system responds when AC power is re-applied after a power loss.
commands the system to stay off when
the power is re-applied. You must press the front-panel power button before the system turns on.
commands the system to turn
on when the power is re-applied.
commands the system to return to the last power state the system was in just before it was
Low Power Mode
Low Power Mode
, remote wakeup events will no longer power up the computer from
onboard network controller.
Allows the computer to power up when a Network Interface Controller (NIC) or Remote Wakeup-capable modem receives a wake up
Allows the computer to wake up from an activity on a PS2 device.
Sets the auto power-on states to:
Auto Power On Date
Sets the start-up date.
Auto Power On Time
Sets the start-up time.
Making changes in the boot menu does not make any changes to the boot order stored in the System Setup program.
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