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Re: Dell Lattitude D620 is...
Do you mean reset?
Restart the computer and as soon as you see the dell logo tap the F2 key repaetedly. once you are on the blue BIOS screen use the down arrow key to go to maintenance and hit enter. go to load defaults and select continue. hit esc then save and exit.
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Remove ALL media, DVD, CD, USB, etc. Unplug, remove battery, reseat Memory Mods, plug in, reboot. If that fails, Do you have a Repair Disk or a Windows Disk? If so put it in and reboot . Have you upgraded any hardware or software? BIOS? CMOS battery?
Check the dock, there might be a problem in the dock, you can also try insulating the edges of the dock with some tapes before docking and plugging the dell, sometimes a short spike of static can hang the computer. If all else fails, dell has a pretty good customer support, you can go contact them...