Question about Dell Latitude X300 Notebook
Hold the Fn Key while powering on the system, see if the diagnostics run and you get any video from the diagnostics. Also try Fn + F8 to enable an external monitor. Last check the Lock LEDs to see if the CAPS LOCK or SCROLL LOCK LEDs are on all the time, if they are then there is a system failure
Posted on May 28, 2009
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