Updating dell latitude bios
However, if your battery has gotten below 10 percent, you're probably getting an error message saying that even though you can download the BIOS upgrades, you need at least a 10-percent charged battery in order to get BIOS to flash (necessary for a proper upgrade).
Fortunately, there's a solution that will allow your computer to recognize your charger again, and save you from having to buy a new battery.
Also worth noting is that on this machine I had to re-install windows.
I did not have the recover disks from Dell, so I just installed windows itself.
The ones I’ve made in the past still keep on loading and working for my off-line system booting needs I really haven’t had a need to update them at all.
Hopefully this post reaches someone with the same problem, saving them some time. When I turn it on it just stays on the dell logo splash screen. If I push F2 to get into bios it just says entering setup and doesn't do anything. Got a layout or pics of a lattitude 3330 before I go taking the whole thing apart for something that might not, be there? I'm not sure if this laptop has it soldered to thr mobo or if its changeable.I build desktops I've never done a laptop fully disassembled before and there were noooo youtubeee videos so I hope this works haha.That's the only way I know of resetting your bios I guess my only suggestion left would be to replace the mobo.