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Dell Latitude Video Issues - Intel Graphics

If your Dell Latitude computer is experiencing video lag or video lock up - this tip may help you resolve your issue.

1. Right click your desktop background and choose Graphics Properties.

2. In the Intel Graphics Control Panel (Choose to enter the Advanced option if prompted) go to the 3D section.

3. In the 3D Preference option, drag the slider bar all the way to the left, it should be on the Performance side.

4. Go to the Power options area. Click the drop down for Power Source and choose Plugged In. Change the Power Plan to Maximum Performance. Do the same thing for the Power Source On Battery.

5. Click Apply and then OK.

This should resolve the video issues that cause the system to appear to freeze.

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i have a dell latitude 3540 laptop i purchase from a guy and it has a bios lock on it so i called dell and they wont help me because i'm not the original owner so how can i unlock it please help me


Look at the video as well.

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My Hdd is locked on my Dell XT2 I have the password but I cant find where to put in the Password


Restart the computer and tap F2 key during POST to enter System Setup (BIOS). This should prompt for the Hard Drive (HDD) or BIOS password. Knowledge Base

This should help.


While the computer is powering up keep tapping f2.

Turn it off. Press the power button again and keep hitting f2.

Aug 11, 2016 | Dell Latitude XT2 Tablet PC

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have to reset screen resolution every time


albrechtchri,

To resolve this issue you may want to reinstall the video card drivers into the system. This should resolve you having to change the resolution every time you start up the computer. If you need to download the drivers for your Latitude E6400 you can click the link below and choose the the video card that you have installed in your computer.

Dell Latitude E600 Driver Download Page

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Jan 04, 2013 | Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop Computer PC...

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how do i restore my dell latitude c600 to its factory settings


The Dell Latitude C600 is an older Dell laptop computer. This particular model came with Windows XP pre-installed on it. If you are experiencing problems with your computer, or you want a fresh start with your Dell, you can restore the laptop to factory settings. This process removes all of the data saved on your computer and resets all of the settings back to the way they were when you first purchased the computer.

Instructions:

Step 1
Turn off your computer if it is currently on.
Step 2
Turn on your computer. When the Dell splash screen appears, hold down "CTRL" and "F11" on your keyboard. Release both keys at the same time.
Step 3
Click "Restore" in the "Dell PC Restore by Symantec" window. Click "Confirm" when you are warned that all data will be lost.
Step 4
Allow the system to restore and wait for the message that says "The system recovery process was successful." This can take about 8 to 10 minutes.
Step 5
Click the "Finish" button and your Dell Latitude D600 is restored to factory settings.

May 10, 2010 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Lost sound on my new e5500


right click on the mycomputer icon
click on properties
click on hardware , devicemanager

click on plus sign against sound, video , game controllers,and right click on the audio drivers uninstall and right click on sound , video game controllers now and click scan for hardware changes this should resolve your issue.

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