Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
The Dell Latitude C600 is an older Dell laptop computer. This particular model came with Windows XP pre-installed on it. If you are experiencing problems with your computer, or you want a fresh start with your Dell, you can restore the laptop to factory settings. This process removes all of the data saved on your computer and resets all of the settings back to the way they were when you first purchased the computer.
Turn off your computer if it is currently on.
Turn on your computer. When the Dell splash screen appears, hold down "CTRL" and "F11" on your keyboard. Release both keys at the same time.
Click "Restore" in the "Dell PC Restore by Symantec" window. Click "Confirm" when you are warned that all data will be lost.
Allow the system to restore and wait for the message that says "The system recovery process was successful." This can take about 8 to 10 minutes.
Click the "Finish" button and your Dell Latitude D600 is restored to factory settings.
Posted on May 10, 2010
a Dell Latitude to the factory settings allows the user to restore the
Dell Latitude to the original operating condition as if it was just
taken out of the box. Dell system includes a restore utility called 'Dell Symantec System Restore' to reset or restore your Dell system to factory setting.
Step 1: Before reset any Dell Latitude laptop, backup your all important data and programs, otherwise you may lose it. It is recommended to use an external storage device for your entire data backup, so that you couldn't lose it in any sudden occurring issue...
Step 2: Remove any other unnecessary external drive and restart your Dell Latitude laptop.
Step 3: Press 'F8' key continue until 'Advanced Boot Options' wouldn't be appear.
Step 4: Use your keyboard arrow key to select 'Repair Your Computer' from the list and hit 'Enter'.
Step 5: Now click 'Next' and login as the administrator account.
Step 6: Click 'Dell Factory Image Recovery and Data Safe options', select your language option and click 'Next'.
Step 7: Click the check box 'Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system software to factory condition' and click 'Next' to start Dell Latitude reset process...
This process will erase all your previous changes that have been made to the Dell Latitude laptop and reset the configuration settings to factory setting.
Feel free to get technical assistance for all Dell laptops(Vostro, Latitude,Inspiron...etc..) at http://www.vtechsquad.com/dell-support/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the d600 has a 8 pins chip,like the c600 where the pasword/faxtory
setting is stored..
it's located under the tape where the pcicma socket is..close to edge of the board
I think you can use the paperclip methode like the c600
wich means short two pins ( 3& 6) while you power the lap
Posted on May 22, 2010
SOURCE: CANT RESTORE MY DELL 40 LATITUDE
Contact Dell and request Dell Reinstallation Recovery CDs directly from Dell Technical Support. Contact them @ 1-800- 624-9896. Explain your situation. You will be asked for your service tag number of your system. As I recall they charge little more than shipping and handling to get it to you.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Restart your system. As soon as the computer reboots and when you see the blue line on top of the screen with a label www.dell.com that the time that you have to hit ctrl+F11. Once Dell PC Restore appears click on the restore button.
Best of Luck
Posted on May 30, 2010
SOURCE: how do i restore dell
Here is the link to Dell Support that will guide you through the Restore Process.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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