Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Crashes and go to blue screen with info but can't read it fast before it leaves
You could try to start in safe mode by pressing F8 and restore last configuration used to see if it works.
If not i am afraid you have to use the Windows CD and try the repair mode. If you have anything on it which you can't delete never format it.
But first try to see if you can boot in safe mode. If you can boot in safe mode we can turn off the setting so you can see what the blue screen is about. If you can't go in safe mode you have to use the Windows CD. Sorry....
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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