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Dell d600 wont boot up, no last known good, no safe mode, only blue screen system shut down to prevent further damage. DST diagnostic test fails. 1 beep 4 beeps 2 beeps

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    Willliam Lafferty Nov 14, 2008

    Thank you,that was what my suspicion was also, have no recovery disk now, will get one and proceed from there. This is my first time using this site, could come in very handy. Are the fee's for one problem
    only or can that extend over a period of time for other problems solutions as well?


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Check your ram clean dust from it and slot.
then refix ram.
if problem remains.
u have to fix hdd bugs.
for that u must have bootable disk.
or xp disk.
then go to recovery console.
then type "chkdsk /r"
then it fix the problem

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

  • kishor khatri
    kishor khatri Nov 14, 2008

    pls rated this sol as fixya.

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