Question about Dell Vostro 1510 Laptop
Dell vostro 1510 would not boot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go in "starts" menu and then go in all programs and then go i bluetooth, then go in wireless file transfer,after doing tht a bluetooth ikon will appear near the place where you see the clock on moniter,right click on that ikon and then select the option u want to perform. remeber that enter same code in both the laptop and the device which you want to use like mobile.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Have you plugged in an external monitor to see if there is any output on the screen? You could have a LCD problem or the motherboard is shot. I would also remove the RAM from the machine to see if it gives you any beep codes. This will tell you if your computer is going through POST. If your computer gives you beep codes then theres a good chance your motherboard is still ok.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
If it truly is the HDD password, Dell will be of no help to you, as they have no control over the HDD Password; the password is stored in a hidden sector on the HDD itself.
The only people that could help you with that is the manufacturer of the HDD, and odds are they won't help you. It would involve sending the drive back to the manufacturer, and paying them a heft fee to unlock it. It would be returned to you, but would be blank, as they have no way of knowing that the data on it truly belongs to you.
Today happens to be your lucky day however, as I stumbled upon what seems to be a very useful piece of software. There are many restrictions with it's use, so make sure you can manage this. It would involve you connecting your laptop drive into a desktop system in order to perform the task of unlocking, only works with certain drives, and has been known to not work on some Dell HDDs, amongst many other things. Link is below..
There is a reason people put passwords on the HDD, and that is for total security... Good Luck my man, good luck!
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Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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