Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
On the whole it's fine...
BUT whenever the laptop is unplugged and left to go idle, it doesn't wake up through the normal means. I have to hold the power button down until it switches off, then reboot
Windows isn't shutting down properly in these cases and it's come to the point where I haven't rebooted Windows properly in a couple of days but I've shut it down incorrectly quite a few times.
This can be quite frustrating when I'm halfway through a meeting then absently shut the lid and lose the work!
At points it doesn't load and just goes into system melt down (blue screen, can't find operating system or makes a high pitched note with a blue screen etc) and the only only way to get it to reboot is to go into the bios before it has time ton melt down, scroll through the menu - WITHOUT actually changing anything. Just scrollin through seems to con it into booting up.
These aren't major problems but they wind me up - yes, I have gone and played with the mobile pc settings in XP to no avail.
A blue screen can be caused by hardware or software. First let’s make sure your hardware checks out. Press and hold the <Fn> key while powering the system on. This will initiate a diagnostic routine to check your hardware. If the diags pass, (no errors) then you probably have an operating software issue.
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Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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