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 I have an annoying issue with my Dell Precision T5610 … I want to install windows on a new Drive but I can’t boot on a USB drive, and it’s impossible to access the BIOS…Basically I hit F2 at the Dell loading screen and “Entering Setup”  text appears. but then it won’t enter setup it shows just a white blinking dash…I already checked everything I could : leaving only one CPU, swapping RAM, resetting CMOS…Any idea on what could be the reason ? .
solution:Are you able to boot into “F12” screen? If yes run the diagnostics.If you have a spare system download the BIOS and copy it into USB drive.

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The Dell Precision T5610 workstation is one of Dell’s mid-range workstations. Even though it’s a few years old at this point, it still delivers outstanding dual-socket performance. Users can install up to 128GB of memory and up to six hot swap hard drives. There’s also plenty of USB ports and expansion slots to support a range of external devices. The case is also very well-designed with handles on the top front and back to help move the unit around the office.

The Dell T5610 tower workstation is ISV certified to perform effortlessly running intensive software applications used by design engineers, financial analysts, and geologists. ISV is an acronym for Independent Software Vendor and means these independent software vendors have tested the software, hardware, and components to ensure stable and reliable performance.

Featuring Intel’s C602 chipset, the Dell T5610 workstation supports dual Xeon E5-2600 v2 processors with up to 10 cores each. It also comes with turbo boost in some processors and optional vPro Technology, which is Intel’s umbrella marketing term for a bunch of other things that are included with the processor.

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