Question about Dell Latitude D630 Notebook
I have a gray screen..
Posted by Anonymous on
Both the D620 and the D630 use the same keyboard.
The picture below shows the keyboard.
Hold down the blue Fn key at lower left, and then press F8 while holding down Fn. Press F8 multiple times until the screen returns.
If that fails, the ribbon cable connected at the main board from the screen may be loose and removing it, then reconnecting it, is the most likely solution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bios password
Bios password can only be reset by removing the c-mos battery....A c-mos battery is a small battery in motherboard, remove it and then replace it again..dat will reset ur bios password..
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
You should be able to locate the wifi switch in the left hand side of the laptop. The switch is a little slider to the right hand side of the headphone/microphone ports.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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If you don't get a display on the external monitor, then most likely your video circuit is the problem. If your laptop has a plug-in video card it can be replaced. However if it's integrated into the motherboard then you'll have to have that replaced.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
Without a doubt it is the video processor. I'm almost certain it is the Nvidia equipped model. I've repaired three of these successfully. I've seen offers to repair them for $125. I'm not in business to do them, we have about 25 of them at work and I fix them as a value-added service to my company, which they appreciate. Repairing them is not for the average person to attempt. Many things can get broken taking them apart. Lots of screws of varying length that all must go back where the come from. I'm very familiar with component level repair (not board swapping, fixing what's wrong on them) having done this professionally since 1978. They run Windows 7 very well if updated with BIOS version A17, have a good hard drive and 4 gigs of RAM (3.5 gb available under 32 bit ver, the full 4 gig under the 64 bit version. Someone wrote that they don't run Windows 7 and I'm afraid that person is FOS. Probably worth fixing IF the case isn't cracked, battery is good, and screen isn't damaged. It's hard to chunk something that needs one hour of work to restore, most often without parts!
Posted on Jan 20, 2012
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