Question about Dell Latitude E5400 Laptop
I've tryed to load it in safe mood but it just restarts after a couple of seconds how can I reset it
Keep pressing F8 before Windows logo and there will be an option to rset, but you need a recovery disk.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Boot to recovery console using XP CD, run CHKDSK /R and see if that resolves.
If no go, try a reinstall of windows, if still no go, then replace HDD
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
The fact it starts in safe mode (which means it loads the basics for the pc to run and thats it) would indicate to me that there is something running in the backround at normal boot and also your cpu has a panic attack. Just wondering did this pc come with this version of windows or is it one you downloaded and installed yourself?? If its one you downloaded yourself (which it sounds like) get rid of it, because it is probs corrupted. Get another copy of it or to be quite honest I would get windows 7. Its better ,faster, and a lot less **** runs on it...The fact you changed your hard drive and still have the same problem it sounds like the copy of windows you have...Hope this helps...
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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I serviced a French Toshiba laptop sometime ago, in order to convert it to english the operational system had to be changed along with the keyboard. If the shift key won't operate certain keys as you describe then the whole keyboard must be replaced.
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
Sounds like the image doesn't have the right drive controller driver included. Could be because the image was created on a different laptop or could be the drive controller is configured differently. You can confirm this from the STOP error code on the blue screen
Go into the BIOS setup (probably F2 at boot) and see if the controller mode is set to AHCI. If so, set it to compatibility or combined(?) and try again.
Either way, if you've installed an image for the wrong hardware, you probably should do a remedial install. Boot from your Windows XP disc and follow the prompts as if you were doing a clean install until you get to the license agreement. At the next screen, it should show you any existing Windows installs and give you a new option to repair. Let this go - it won't touch any user files, just replace all the Windows files with those from the CD. Have your system drivers and service packs handy to tidy up when it's done.
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
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