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2017-07-08 10:11:12 -0500 answered a question Having trouble installing Fedora 22

Restart the computer. At the Dell logo during restart, tap the F2 key repeatedly until you see Entering Setup in the top right corner of the screen. Depending on the BIOS, you may need to press a key listed at the bottom of the screen to load default settings. For example, F9 on the Inspiron N5110. Press ESC to exit the BIOS, and be sure to select Save and Exit to save your changes. For more hacks checks Dell Latitude E6410 Manual.

2017-05-23 11:09:29 -0500 answered a question I cannot get the wireless to work on a Dell Inspiron 1720 laptop with Fedora 23
  • Move the computer to within 3-9 feet (1-3 meters) of the wireless router.
  • Make sure the wireless switch is on. It will be either a sliding switch on the left or right side edge of the computer, a key combination or single key. Toggling this switch will turn all the wireless connections (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Mobile Broadband) on and off, at the same time. Look for a wireless icon
  • From the Start page, click Desktop.
  • Right-click the network icon the notification area of your taskbar, and then click Troubleshoot problems and follow the instructions.
  • Turn off and then turn on all the devices on the network to synchronize them
  • Make sure the latest driver is installed
  • Make sure the correct network name (SSID) and passphrase or network key (if any) were used to create a profile.
  • Configure the wireless adapter settings for optimal performance
  • Update the computer to the most current BIOS
  • Run the Network Adapter Diagnostics with help of Dell Inspiron 1720 Manual.
2017-05-22 11:38:55 -0500 answered a question Why do I get the "Oh no! Something has gone wrong" screen when using the Fedora 22 live DVD?

If you are facing issue in T400 then please follow these instruction to make it again working:

  1. Make sure the power supply 115/230 voltage selector switch is correctly set for your region.
  2. Disconnect and reconnect all remaining internal components.
  3. Make sure the monitor is connected to the proper video connector
  4. Perform a clear CMOS procedure.
  5. Perform a boot block recovery procedure. Refer to the Lenovo Thinkpad T400 Manual for directions
2017-05-20 07:54:09 -0500 answered a question Fix for Dell Inspiron 1545 Broadcom BCM4312

Step 1. Install the broadcom-wl driver (broadcom-wl.noarch : Common files for Broadcom 802.11 STA driver) using sudo yum install broadcom-wl OR yum install broadcom-wl.

Step 2. Depending on your wireless card model, you might need to install b43 driver. Install using sudo yum install b43-fwcutter OR yum install b43-fwcutter.

Step 3. Reboot to the BIOS options, and deselect the Secure Boot if you haven't already. After login, the wireless should work on its own, but if not, go to a terminal and execute modprobe wl OR/AND modprobe b43 to recognize it. Hope this would help you. For more information check Dell Inspiron 1545 Manual.

2017-05-17 13:21:09 -0500 answered a question blank (black) screen after login on fedora 23

This is the best and most simple way i found in Dell Optiplex 745 Manual to eliminate the black screen from Dell optiplex series:

  • Ensure that the battery is fully charged
  • Remove the Battery and disconnect the AC Adapter; Hold the power button down for 5 seconds to discharge "Static Flea Power"
  • Reseat the battery on the Notebook and power it on
  • Remove the Battery from the Notebook and power it on using only the AC Adapter
  • Ensure that the Power LED on the AC Adapter is lit to ensure the functionality of the AC Adapter, also try another working AC Adapter if available.
2017-05-10 12:10:39 -0500 answered a question fedora 23 cant boot off 2nd hard disk after install

Resolution keys to your problem:

  • Make sure the Hard Drive is recognized in the BIOS.
  • Run Hard Drive Diagnostics.
  • Reseat the Hard Drive cables.
  • Try the Hard Drive data cable in a different slot.
  • Replace the data cable.
  • Replace the Hard Drive.ace the Hard Drive. For more suggestions and hacks please check Dell Gx620 Manual.