Question about Dell XPS M1210 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
The problem you video chip is work of try soldering it with a rebaldiung calor and ready it works again it hapened wen you install a windows version with 64 bits aceleration change all it and you noteboock are work again fine vote please
Posted on Jan 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The M1210 suffers from the same die packaging problem with its Nvidia GeForce Go7400 chip as many dell laptops do. However dell does not admit this, and has only extended the warranties for recently manufactured laptops.
To get Dell to fix your laptop, despite it not being covered by the extended warranty, follow the instructions I have posted here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?p=4611553#post4611553
Dell is trying to cover up a critical flaw in what is supposed to be a high performance gaming laptop. It is my goal to make Dell come clean about this issue. Lets all let them know that they cannot get away with screwing over their customers like this.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
This is a known vista issue where it creates a backup of your profile for some reason there registry edits to try and fix it but a system restore is much easier. Follow the below steps to solve problem.
Turned computer on and immediately pressed F8 repeatedly until I got "Advanced Boot Options" select "Safe Mode" computer then opens safe mode login as admin if possible, with a "Help" window, in the help window there is an underlined "What is System Restore?" then select "Click to open System Restore" restore to a previous state before which the fault occurred.
Click OK and after config changes should be good to go.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
hi remove CMOS battery of the laptop for 5 min and insert it again. The BIOS password is saved by the system with the help of this battery. So removing the same will erase password...
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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