Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
The HDD controller driver for an I6000 is native to XP and not a driver you can update outside of a Windows Update. I'd first run diagnostics on the system (Fn+ Power Button) and if no hardware issues are apparent I'd backup my data and reinstall Windows. On a I6000 you should be able to restore the factory image with the CTRL+F11 keystroke at the black screen with the blue bar at the top with www.dell.com in white letters. Screen shows for about a second after the Dell Splash screen so you have to be fast with the CTRL+F11 keystoke. Again backup any important data before the image process
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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