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My Dell Latitude LS wont Boot up!!!

When i start up the laptop i see the dell logo then the windows xp logo then when its about to go into the start up phase, the blue screen where error messages such as the FAT 32 appear, it will flash on that screen and and then restart. i cannot read the error message to find out exactly what it is. however it kick to the screen explain why my computer had an error and allow me to reboot as safe mode network and etc. bnut after i select it the same thing would happen.. so what do i do??? please contact me with any up date or info.. at l_hen@yahoo.com

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    I have the exact same problem, I did get my laptop used and it did not come with a recovery or Windows XP CD.

    Is there another way to fix it?

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Repair your operating system. Insert your WinXP installer. It will search for your previous windows. There will be options like installing a fresh copy or repair your previous windows. Choose repair.

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Starting problem


Immediately after seeing the Dell logo, keep tapping the 'F8' key,
until you see a "menu" (white text over a black background)
giving "startup" options for Windows XP.

Select "Safe Mode" and see if you can start in that mode.
Then, use "System Restore" to go "back" in time, to the most-recent checkpoint (date/time) where your computer _DID_ work.

Restore to that point, and restart.

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How to reset the latitude d505 to factory settings:

If you have Windows XP,

Step 1: Backup everything that is important to you.
Step 2: Boot your computer using the Windows installable CD.
Step 3: Format your harddisk or repartition it.
Step 4: Install Windows XP using the installable CD.

Don't try this if you are not sure of what you are doing. It won't damage your laptop, but you might require a long time to get your laptop working again.

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I would suggest you to try doing a BIOS default settings

Immediately after you start the computer start hitting F2( or Delete key in some systems), It will take you to BIOS. Just load the default settings for BIOS save settings and exit.

This should resolve your issue

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Please try rebooting the system and on start up press F8 to get to the start up menu. Select the option LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION and you may be able to save yourself a lot of trouble. 

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Try putting the computer into safe mode by holding down on the F8 button and selecting safe mode during the boot process. Once you get to the safe mode screen and windows appears, restart the computer.

If that doesn't fix the problem you will have to restore Windows.

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Need XP Professional password for Dell Latitude D600


Assuming Windows XP.

Boot into safe mode. Do so by pressing 'F8' a few times just as the computer begins to boot up (right before the Windows screen)

Once in safe mode, click on administrator (or type it in as the username if it doesn't come up with the welcome screen). It shouldn't, by default, have a password if it is XP Home.

Once logged in as administrator, go to control panel and users and change the password on the account you want or create a new one.

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