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Use your touchpad or mouse to save all open documents and close all programs. Shut down the computer. Be sure to click "Turn Off" instead of "Restart."
Unplug your Dell Inspiron 2600 and close the lid.
Carefully turn the laptop over. Remove the battery. The battery has a sliding latch and lock. Unlock the battery by sliding the lock to the unlock position. Slide the latch and remove the battery when the left edge pops up.
Wait one minute and replace the battery. Slide the lock back into the locked position.
Connect your adapter and restart your system.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. shut down your laptop
2. remove battery and unplug ac power
3. keep it that way for 2-3 minutes and then put the battery back in, plug the power cord and turn it on.
if you have no luck try doing a windows system restore and see if that helps. if not you should contact dell support or return for warranty.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
The num lock key is labeled as 'Num Lk' on the Dell Studio 15 keyboard. It is located above the =/+ key next to backspace.
To activate num lock, you cannot just press the button. You have to make sure the num lock light is on and then hold down Fn while using the numpad.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
If you look at the front of the CD drawer you will see a little hole which will take a strong paper clip when it is straightened out.
Push the paper clip into that hole press firmly and the drawer will release so that you can get your disc out
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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Unplug the mouse. Boot into the bios and see if the keyboard will work there. If it will. exit the bios. As soon as you see the Dell splash screen start tapping the F8 key and boot inot safe mode. See if the keyboard will work in safe mode. If it will that means you have a driver conflict in normal mode.
If neither of these options work, Contact Dell to get the system either
A. Onsite repair
B. Replace the system.
Also try.....1) disconnect A/C power supply, 2) remove battery, 3) press and hold the "power on" button for between 15 to 30 seconds, 4) re-install the battery, 5) re-start the laptop.
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