Question about Dell Latitude C610 1.2GHz - 256MB - 20GB - CDRW (DELLC6101225620CDRW) PC Notebook
This is typical of a keyboard that is failing. Your laptop is probably still within its three year warranty so I would contact Dell tech support and talk to them about a repair. They will likely want you to run their diagnostic on the blue drivers & diagnostic CD that came with the laptop so you would save time by running that first. All you do is place the CD in the CD drive, turn the laptop on and hit the F12 button when prompted but before the Windows start screen appears. The CD is self booting so when you are prompted hit a key to boot from the CD and start the diagnostics program. Select the keyboard test, run it and document the results at the end. Let us know if you have any other questions and thanks in advance for rating this posting.
Posted on Apr 01, 2007
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