Dell XPS 400 Hangs at BIOS

I have an older Dell XPS 4 00 that sometimes stops during startup and displays RV370 p/n 113-a62801-106 BIOS. To get the screen to boot into Windows I must restart and or hold the power button down. Sometimes nothing works and this is the only screen I get. Thanks in advance.
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Iamthecreator OMIT Admin/EE Solution GuideCommented:
Could be issues with the ram.
Try replacing the ram.
If there are multiple sticks, reset them or remove them and put them back one at a time to identify the issue.

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Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
This usually indicates hardware failure.  I'm assuming you're somehow disabling the onboard GPU or lowering the board temperature when you're able to power it back on.
nader alkahtaniConsultantCommented:
Use the tool dellSystemDetect.exe to Diagnose hardware failure,  from Dell support by choosing complete diagnostic
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1namylnAuthor Commented:
Pulled all the ram and was able to narrow it down to a bad stick.  We'll see if the fix stays.  Should know in a day or so.
also - check the bios battery; it should read 3V min
that often causes things like this
you can also replace it, it's a CR2032 type, cost around 1$
1namylnAuthor Commented:
It was the RAM.  Thanks for your prompt responses.
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