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D630 docked , ext mouse & kybd not responding

Setting up Lattitude D630 can't get the ext kybd and mouse to respond

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  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    I have the same issue, however i can power on from the docking station, but the machine will not power off by the docking station.,

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If the docking station has power:

Make sure power is off for both the laptop and the docking station. Plug your keyboard and mouse into the docking station. Dock the D630 to the docking station and then power on docking station. This should then turn on your D630. Your D630 should detect the keyboard and mouse.

If the docking station has no power:

Verify that the power cord, AC adaptor, etc. is plugged in. If the items listed seem to be in order,
there may be a problem with the power going into the docking station. (AC adaptor?)

support.dell.com will have the specific details for your D630 and your docking station, et al.

Please let me know if you have success in this.

Binary Bob


Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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