Question about Dell Latitude D610 Notebook
When my laptop boots, after the bios screen i'm left with a black screen with black and white lines at the bottom with a solid white line moving slowly accross them similar to an install process.This takes a while then our windows welcome screen appears and all is fine from then on. But when i reboot the same thing happens.Can anyone help me please?
The issue appears to be cosmetic if the system boots to WIndows and there are no display issues using the system. Some systems I've seen have a bit of video distortion between the BIOS splash screen and the desktop. A couple things may change that. Update the system BIOS and the video driver to the most current available
Posted on May 23, 2009
Workaround: Try a descriptive mode of booting XP - Add the option " /SOS" at the end of the %systemdrive%\boot.ini for a dos-like bootup showing what's being loaded instead of the graphical progress bar.
You'll need to modify it with Local Administrator account.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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