How to Fix Dell Laptop Manufacturing Mode Active Error

In this segment, we are going to show you how to fix the “Manufacturing Mode Active” error on the Dell Machine issue.

Manufacturing Mode” typically refers to a state in which a Dell computer is set up during its manufacturing or testing phase. This mode is not intended for regular use. If you see this message on your computer, it may indicate that something went wrong during the manufacturing process, or that your computer is in a diagnostic or service state.

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This problem occurs because the Service Tag is not programmed in the BIOS, or we can say that the BIOS is not able to update the service tag.

To resolve the issue of “Manufacturing Mode” being active on a Dell computer, we need to manually update the Service tag in BIOS. Kindly follow below steps:

  • Note: Updating the service tag in the BIOS of a Dell computer is typically not recommended because it’s a critical piece of information used for warranty and service purposes. Changing it manually might cause issues if you ever need to contact Dell for support or warranty claims. However, there might be some legitimate reasons for wanting to change it, such as in the case of a used computer or if you received a replacement motherboard with a different service tag. Please proceed with caution and make sure you have a good reason for doing this.

If you still want to proceed, you can try the following steps:

  • Important: This process may vary depending on your Dell computer’s model and BIOS version. Always follow the official Dell documentation for your specific system.
  1. Access the BIOS:

    • Turn off your computer.
    • Turn it back on and press the appropriate key to access the BIOS setup utility. This key is often F2 or Del but may vary depending on your Dell model. You’ll usually see a message on the screen during the boot process indicating which key to press.
  2. Navigate to System Information:

    • Once in the BIOS, navigate to the “System Information” or “Maintainance” a similar menu option. The exact name may vary depending on your BIOS version.
  3. Change Service Tag:

    • In the
    • System Information” or “Maintainance” menu, you should see an option to change the service tag. Select it.
  4. Enter New Service Tag:

    • Enter the new service tag and save your changes.
  5. Exit and Save:

    • Save your changes and exit the BIOS.

In conclusion

Please remember that changing the service tag is not recommended unless you have a legitimate reason, and it may void your warranty or cause other issues with Dell support and services. If you have a valid reason for needing to change the service tag, it’s best to contact Dell Support for guidance, as they may be able to assist you with the process while ensuring your warranty and support status remains intact.

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