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Help on no boot

My Computer is not booting up

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    i bought a dell latitude d600 notebook off ebay with xp pro installed this worked for a couple of hours then the screen froze it would not turn off and had to wait for battery to discharge now when i switch it on it will not boot, will not start in safe mode

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Not too cool...is it black screen? try F2 as it power up.

and, take out battery and run on AC only.

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