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Re: How do you get into a Dell Latitude with the...
There is only one way to get into the system if the user account is password protected, and that depends on if the administrator account is password protected also.................. on the welcome screen press and hold ctrl, alt and hit delete twice, this should bring a new login window, type "administrator" in the user box in place of the original user name, if the admin account is not password protected it will allow you in and you can remove the password in control panel "user accounts". if that doesn't work then you have to pay to have the password removed or have the disk re-formatted
If you have windows XP HOME edition, boot to the SAFE MODE (Press F8 during boot to get startupmenu) select the ADMIN account (Password should be blank) Once inwindows, go to Control Panel, User Accounts and reset the password onthe effected account.
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If the other laptop can't see the network, then it sounds like you somehow turned off SSID broadcasting while you were in the router's settings. Log back into your router and look for the SSID broadcast enable setting. Make sure it is set to on, then save the changes and reset the router if you have to. The laptop should be able to see it now. (There is also a setting in the Windows wireless network properties that you can check to connect to a network even if it is not broadcasting, as long as you have connected to it previously.)
The Dell Latitude X1 laptop has a 53 WHr 6 Cell Lithium Ion Battery. Your safest bet is to purchase a replacement battery from Dell directly, in order to avoid confusion and mismatched parts. The Dell Part number for your battery is Dell Part# : 312-0342. The Manufacturer Part# : Y6457. The cost is 135.99 from Dell directly. While you may be able to find a battery elsewhere for cheaper, it is not recommended.
well u need to knw the username and the password or if u dont have any data just do a dell pc restore frm the bios screen ie wen u see the dell logo press the Ctrl+F8 on the dell logo page it will take u to dell pc restore all data will be wiped out wen u do this step.
I believe I can help you. Is this a Windows password after it boots up, or is this a bios power on password before it boots? The bios password on a Dell is generally on a white screen when it's first powered. Get back to me, and I'll get you thought this.