Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
Freeze-problem (stopped) on the following screen,
Turn of all power then unplug battery, disc drive, and make sure there is NO POWER on at all. Now take the laptop and turn it over and remove both or if you only have one memory Modules, If you only have one try it in the other memory slot and try to reboot laptop. I you have two module remove both and only replace one and see if it boot up normal after that, I think that may fix your problems, I have seen sometimes the memory module gets loose and will cause a freeze up. Hope that solves your problem
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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