Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Best solution to this problem is to Reset BIOS:
Reboot the computer.
When prompted during POST, press the <F2> key to enter the setup screen.
On the System Setup screen, press the <Right Arrow> key to move to the Exit menu.
Press the <Down Arrow> key until Load Optimized Defaults is highlighted.
Press the <Enter> key on Yes to Load Optimized Defaults and restart the computer.
Use system utility tool Reginout to avoid such problems in future.
Posted on Dec 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the SpeedStep technology feature of your processor. It will speed back up to 1.7 GHz when it is needed. Slowing down the processor saves battery life.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
SOURCE: Dell Latitude D800 Boot Problem
Did the diagnostics pass the RAM and the hard drive.
You should check the BIOS settings to see if the hard disk is detected, if possible reset the BIOS back to the default settings and see if the computer boots up.
If not :-
Then it appears that the operating system is either corrupted or system files were deleted or infected with viruses.
Your only option is to do a operating system repair or a complete new install of Windows.
I recommend you do a new install.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: cpu upgrade latitude d800
what do the Lock Lights indicate (Flashing , ON, ON perchance) it appears that the CPU is either not compatible or bad. Have you tried the original porcessor?
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: bios password dell d800
Remove BIOS battery. Short BIOS jumper or leave the battery out for a long time(Over night,maybe) This should default the BIOS to having no pass word present. If that doesn't work then evidently Dell has one within the BIOS . Just ask them.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Check whether the wireless and Blueetoth enabled in BIOS. If still have problem. Unistall and reinstall the drivers from support.dell.com
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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