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I am sure Not the CPU or fan problem. Follow the below step to repair it.
1. Just press the power button 5 seconds or more to see the laptop can reboot or not.
2. replug the memory modules.
3. maybe the power supply device failed that the electronic volt is not enough to boot the laptop. Just replace a new Dell latitude d600 battery power supply.
try a repair of the network connection (Right click it, repair) that will clear several settings that might be an issue. If no change boot to safe mode with networking, see if issue occurs in safe mode. If issue doesn't occur in safe mode, then you might try a system restore to a time period when the issue was not occurring. You can flash the BIOS to a current version if a newer version is available. You can uninstall the driver in the safe mode, reboot and re-install the driver. If the issue does not occur in the safe mode, you may also try editing the startup group of MSCONFIG to see if a driver installed there is causing an issue
Last but not least, run a malware scan of the system (Malwarebytes from Download.com is highly recommeneded)
Hi there I'm sorry to say that it sounds like the win32 trojan virus. Try to boot up in safe mode by restarting your PC and hitting F8, this will take you to a sub menu, choose "safe mode" log in if it lets you and choose "system restore" take the PC back to a date before this happened. If you cannot get into safe mode then the virus has destroyed the operating system and you will have to recover the system.
for no boot issues, you can try accessing windows advanced boot options by hitting F8 as soon as you see the dell splash screen. try to boot to safe mode or last known good configuration. if it doesn't work, last resort is to reformat the computer.