Question about Dell Latitude C610 Notebook
Normally on a Dell Latitude it should be in this sequence,
have your computer shut down, then turn it back on as soon as you see the dell splash screen or Logo press and hold down CTRL+ F11 for at least 4-5 seconds would do, if that does not start the page giving you the option to recover your system to defaults try CTRL+E same procedure as CTRL+F11
If all else fails I suggest Calling dell for a quick info on how to do the factory defaults dell quick restoration .
Dell - 1-877-671-3355
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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