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My display on my latitude d600 is blurry and showing doubles from startup

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The D600 model have the Radeon 9000 graphic card. Right click anywhere on your desktop to display some options. Click on Radeon control panel or it may say Radeon property. Once it open the radeon control panel, click on the "display" tab. Click on the type of device connecting it to.
The image will show what you will see.


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Your battery got fried Try replace with a new battery.

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I turn my Dell Latitude D600 laptop on and startup screen shows as usual but then it goes to a black screen. Can you help?


If your computer keeps on running after it turns black the problem maybe is the LCD. However if the computer is not running after it went black then possible problem is with the MOBO (Mainboard)

Hope it helps.

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Make sure that all the latest drivers for your Sound Card are installed. After that Click Start, select Run, type "services.msc" without the quotes and press Ok. Services window will open up. In that window, select the Windows Audio Service and the status and startup type of the same. In case the startup type is disabled, double click on it and select the startup type as Automatic. After that right click on this service and click Start. In case the Start is greyed out, click on Restart. Now check for the sound.

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Hi there if you have plugged into your external vga port all you have to do is press fn + f8 that should now show the image on both laptop and external ie projector



Regards Al "alstech"


Display Functions
<Fn><F8>
Switches the video image to the next display in the following sequence: the integrated display only, the integrated display and an external CRT monitor simultaneously, an external CRT monitor only, the integrated display and an external DVI monitor simultaneously, and an external DVI monitor only.
<Fn> + up-arrow key
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<Fn> + down-arrow key
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Hold down the dispay/ext. monitor key in the top row after bootup along with any other function key necessary to change display from laptop display to external display until you snap into the external display.

Reconfigure external display as startup display in My Computer -- Display
reboot to tst reconfiguration.

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Sounds like a fried video chip. I believe it's soldered onto the motherboard so if it is fried you would have to get a new motherboard. Part can be found here - http://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=2739

You could probably take the part to any computer repair shop and they should be able to install it.

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The video card is part of the motherboard. Either a Discrete video chipset or and Intel Integrated, but both are permament parts of the motherboard.

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Dell latitude d600-vga


The flickering may not be caused by a corrupt driver, it could be the impending failure of the fluorescent back light of the display or its high voltage supply.

Trying driver replacement though is the first thing to try.
If the original driver is corrupt, you can try the following;

- Right-click on My Computer
- Left-click on Properties
- Click on Hardware tab
- Click on Device Manager
- Locate and open Display Adaptors
- Locate the video listing for your
- Highlight and delete this
- Reboot the computer

If Windows does what it should (no guarantee on this!), it will 'find' a 'new device' and install the driver for it.

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