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DELL PowerEdge 700 Bios won't enter setup nor attempt bootup of any drive

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The Bios on The Dell PowerEdge 700 stops after it identifies the drives and will not enter setup and will not attempt to read any drive for bootup.
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-Reset the BIOS by short the jumpers on mainboard or remove battery backup.
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With the assistance of Dell Tech, a similar process was conducted, and the bios became available, but didn't give access to any of the drives back.
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