Dell Error Code 2000-0151
Dell users are confronted with error code 2000-0151 which refers to an incorrect status of your optical drive. This means that your drive is faulty or down, these are misconfigured system files that cause registry errors with your operating system. It's really an annoying situation when users encounter this situation; they are unable to access a laptop because of this error code. To correct Dell Error Code 2000-0151, simply follow these instructions and you will not need to call the Dell Support Team.
If you received this error on your PC, it means that there was a malfunction in the operation of your system. Common reasons include incorrect or failed installation or uninstallation of software that may have left invalid entries in your Windows registry, the consequences of a virus or malware attack, or an improper system shutdown due to a power failure or other factor, the accidental deletion of a person necessary system file or registry entry, as well as several other causes.
Step 1: You need to restart your Dell computer, but in the meantime, press F12 to access the Boot menu and perform some test actions.
Step 2: After pressing F12, the list of boot devices appears, asking you to highlight the diagnostics and press the Enter key to continue.
Step 3: Your computer now begins to run the pre-boot system evaluation, which consists of a series of built-in diagnostics to perform initial tests on your hard drive, including other components such as the motherboard, keyboard, screen, etc.
Step 4: If the evaluation of the pre-boot system completes successfully, you get the message "Starting the Dell Diagnostic Utility Partition" on your screen.
Step 5: Now press any key to continue and press any key to start the Dell Diagnostics from the Diagnostics Utility partition on your computer's hard drive.
Step 6: When the Dell Diagnostics is loaded and the main menu screen appears, you must click the button for the option for which you want to run the test.
At this point, you'll find various test options, such as Quick Test, Extended Test, Custom Test, and Symptom Tree, run them in minutes. When you have finished testing, close the screen, return to the main menu, and restart your computer. If the problem is not resolved, you should contact Dell Technical Support and check your system professionally to find the problem and correct the error with the appropriate approach.