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Dell Inspiron 5675 question

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Hi
Recently I bought a "backbones" system of an old Dell Inspiron 5675 Gaming Desktop (so no CPU, memory or storage). I added a Ryzen 7 1700X, 16GB DDR4 and a GTX770 that I got reasonably priced.
System POSTs, but I get this stupid "check" screen of Dell's that checks all the attached hardware, like CPU fan and a rear fan. I didn't install the rear fan because person before me destroyed the little rubber mounts!
System eventually boots up but takes forever in that check screen.

Anyone had experience with Dell and knows how to bypass this "check"? Am I better off posting this question in a Dell forum?
 
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If you can't disable it in BIOS, your only option is to simply attach a fan somewhere, lord knows the prebuilt cases need it
 
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All good. Got the rubber mounts off ebay in the mail today. Fitted the rear fan and now the BIOS is happy and boots straight into Windows.
 
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