Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Hello, My nephew accidentaly erased some of the programs on his laptop and now can no longer access anything. Is there some sort of drive or start up programs drive he can access and possibly download onto cd and re-install into his computer? Your help would be greatly apreciated.
Download all the necessary drivers from this link
Official Dell website
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I would recommend connecting an external keyboard to the laptop and seeing if you can access the BIOS pages. It seems the keys are preventing you from doing so. The keyboard could be damaged.
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