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Dell latitude d600- won't boot up!!!

I have a dell laptop. it won't boot up at all. if you push power button, the caps lock light blinks a few times and then it shuts off. i had it checked out and he said the hard drive looked ok and mentioned something about the fan and or the processor. any suggestions. sometimes i can get it to boot up but it freezes up after a few minutes. please help!!!

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  • elliscar Apr 21, 2008

    i pushed fn and the power button and the same thing, happens. the little cap lock light (the key with the A in it) flashes about 10 times with the power key lit as well. i did manage to get to the dell start up screen once while doing this and it froze up again.

  • brenmich Jun 01, 2008

    Latitude D505 - was working fine, hit the power button - watch the caps lock light flash 10 times ... then power off. Had noticed the kids had stuck a USB mouse into the lan port when they complained of issue.

  • laptopsofcol Jul 13, 2008

    Lights blink about 5-10 times then laptop shuts down. The solution where you press down real ******* docking port worked perfectly and now laptop turns on fine.
    thanks


  • johndoe99 Jul 13, 2008

    my Dell Latitude D600 won't start up.Same symptoms as the other users:blinking lights(hdd bluetooth and power light) and blinking cap lock touch for afex seconds then power off

  • dscanman1 Jul 31, 2008

    i have a dell d600 l aptop. it won't boot up at all. if you push power button, the caps lock light blinks a few times and then it shuts off. sometimes I can get it to boot up but it freezes up after a few minutes.!

  • gteng1 Aug 28, 2008

    same problem with me, all 3 lights blinks for about 3-5 seconds, and a clicking sound, then nothing happen.. but this problem happens on and off, sometimes it boots up and sometime it doesn't, pls help thanks

  • tboyettsix Sep 13, 2008

    WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH ALL THESE?? MINE DOES THE SAME THING!! CAPS LIGHT BLINKS 10 TIMES AND THEN EVERYTHING TURNS OFF!! NOTHING EVER SHOWS ON SCREEN!!

  • md_enayath Oct 23, 2008

    Dell latitude d600- won't boot up when i swith it on in few sec its shutdwon

  • x2xmelizzlex Oct 30, 2008

    This is my second Dell Latitude D600, and the same thing has happened twice...Shuts down unexpectedly, all buttons turn green for a second, fan doesn't start going and nothing is visible on the screen. After a second or so the blinking A light with a lock around it is the only one blinking...I don't know what to do I switched out hard drive into another and the same thing happened after working fine for about a week.

  • jasonjculp Nov 29, 2008

    I have the same problem with my D600, it will boot up sometimes but other times will not the caps lock will just flash. I've tried the squeezing but its only a temp. fix. Not even 15 minutes later it will freeze again and i will have to shut it back off. Are there any other things that could be wrong or any other ways to fix this problem.

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2008

    my laptop won't boot up the caps light go on for 5 secs then goes off

  • AkilahBryant Jan 08, 2009

    Hi!
    I have a latitude D600 which can't be switched on, if I press the power on button there is just nothing happen.
    I already tryed to remove the RAM, the battery and the hard drive, but it's the same.
    It looks like it get no power, but the power supply is ok (tryed different cabels).
    Is the mainboard broken?

    Hope you guys have any idea for me.

  • AkilahBryant Jan 09, 2009

    Dear Fellow sufferers,
    now I found that everytime if I press the power ON button you can see the LED on the power supply adapter goes off!
    It doesn't matter if the battery is attached or not.

    For me this does look like a short circuit, what do you guys think?
    Is there a possibility to find that problem?

    Thanks,
    Akilah

  • greenbat Jan 16, 2009

    I've got the same problem, push power on, all 3 lights come on for 2-3 secs, small click from speakers, and then nothing, although it has booted once. If I power on while pressing the windows key fan starts, drive spins up, and CD tray works. Would really appreciate a fix for this?



    Any ideas, soldering iron at the ready!!



  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2009

    help me

  • pmason103 Mar 11, 2009

    Same problem on D505 - possibly because I left it in a cubord for a few months - after that it wouldn't start - the caps lock light is flashing so I figure its trying to tell me somthing

  • robinnlee Mar 13, 2009

    M Dell Latitude D600 will not turn on I have tried holding the f7 and f8 keys down and squezzing the docking port area but nothing seems to work!

  • murali799 Mar 13, 2009

    I think its a common problem with this series. Actually its frustrating.

    It works fine when it boots. Most of the time it starts blinking without

    any display.What could be wrong?

  • pmason103 Mar 15, 2009

    I have the caps lock light problem with the Dell lattitude D505.



    Intrestingly enough if I detach the power supply and hold down the 'print screen / SysRq' button while pressing the power button and then release them after 1.5 seconds the computer begins to start (I can hear the fans and HDD spinning up, which does not happen when the caps lock light flashes) but then the computer makes a beeping noise and crashes again.

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Try this. Press down hard on the f7 and f8 keys while trying to turn it on. Some if it does turn on then odds are that the solder joints on the bios chip (which is below the f7/f8 keys) are bad. You can try to touch it up yourself, but it is not an easy job.

As far as I can tell the d600/600m have this issue a lot.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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  • thooryman Sep 01, 2010

    usually help sites don't actually help me, especially on the first google hit, but this worked EXACTLY like stevenback1 said. thanks!! though do i really wanna solder a bios chip...

  • bmiller708 Nov 05, 2010

    THIS WORKED FOR ME!!! As the easiest thing to try first, DO THIS!!

    I'm not sure what the long-term solution or overall problem is, but the first thing I did when my Dell started up correctly was to BACKUP MY HD!

  • McGav Dec 09, 2010

    removing the RAM, blow (without spitting) in the slots replace the RAM

  • ladyskywatch Mar 22, 2011

    I had this problem on my Dell Latitude 1311, thanks very much Steve, IT WORKED!!!

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Instead of just reseating your memory, take out the two RAM modules (very easy to do) and clean the contacts with an eraser. Re-insert and you're off to the races...just like new. What has happened is that the metals involved build up a fine coating, like corrosion. Reseating them will provide a temporary fix as you manipulate them into position but the eraser trick will likely last longer.
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Problem: D600 Blinking Caps Lock. Solution: Do not lock down the memory modules.

Cause:
In "some" D600s the plastic surrounding the bottom pins of the memory socket extends higher than it should. When locking the memory into place this causes the memory to rise away from the pins.

Action:
The chassis' memory cover plate needs to have that black insulation on the inside. Place the memory firmly in the socket(s) but do not lock them in. Apply the plate and screw it in tight. The plate will hold the memory tight enough.

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Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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The Caps light blinking is usually a memmory error. Reseat your memmory.

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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This is a common problem with this machine. If you press the bottom of the case near the docking port adn give a good hard squeeze it will most probably work again. Dont ask me why though!

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

  • jpensr368 Dec 14, 2010

    Worked for me.

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Yeah ...sad to say this is a common occurance in our household and after much hair pulling and frustration i've managed to solve the problem and use the non -start dell d600 laptop with the same problem to type this message after finding out what was wrong ....dell d600's hold 2 strips of memory underneath with an access hatch held by one screw to the motherboard. Unsecure the hatch and look at the 2 memory strips or chips...these little buggers are the source of the problem and need to be clipped in ' just right ' to register with the operating system and then allow the laptop to start up. i have 2 of these laptops ..one for me and one for my kids so they dont mess mine up!!...my kids one would'nt switch on... so right... while grounding myself ( touching a metal object like a radiator with one hand while handling the laptop computer ) i took out the memory chips then placed them back in... hearing a reassurung click as they went into position AND THEN PRESSING THEM DOWN FOR A SECOND CLICK AS RETAINING CLIPS AT EACH SIDE HELD THEM IN CORRECT POSITION TO CONNECT WITH THE MOTHER BOARD ) ...now this is the frustrating part ...you may have to try this more than once with either or both your chips and be careful not to give them static because that damages them perminently...use an anti-static device on your wrist or touch a metal object like i did...i am 100% sure that the dell d600 non-starts are due to this and as i say ...this message has been sent using a non start dell d600 cured by my fiddling with the memory !! once your lappy starts up go to control panel and get ' system' up that should show you how much ram is available ...curently this lappy has 2 256mb chips so ...its showing 512mb as the ' random access memory ' ...ohh and just to be sure let the machine switch itself off using the 'turn off computer ' switch on the scrren and NOT the start up button on the keyboard as i believe that may be one cause of non -start up ( not saving the last configuration of the systems the computer likes ?? ) ...thanks for reading and understanding ...

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I have Dell Lattitude D600 and pushing down did not work for me. I removed the memory card from Slot A and it worked fine but I needed the memory I removed. Someone suggested folded paper towel on top of each memory card --- just enough to add downward pressure when you put the cover back on. This worked for me!

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Hi,
You can run a PSA diagnostics on your computer , to invoke this test you need to hold the Fn key down , and then push the Power button , it will run the diagnostics test on complete Hardware and will give you related error messages about the failure component. You can also run the Extended test on your computer, it takes 4 hours to complete and then it gives out the error msgs , do let me know the error msgs once it completes the test.

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I would get the same problem all the time, but all three of the LEDs were flashing (quickly) with the power light on. Checked out Hard drive, memory and wifi cards, but all were OK.
Then after reading this (and having a non working 600m for the past two days) I pressed down HARD on the the F6 and F7 keys, and it started right up.
This is so not funny! I am taking the motherboard out later and will see how the solder joints are. Thank you so much Steven, you are simply the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hello guys,

Okay i have similar problem, all you have to do is remove the HD bay, turn on your laptop it will turn on but won't detect the HD, shut it down and re-insert the HD back should work perfectly fine.

I tried other method first but didn't work, like hold down Fn key while pressing the power, hold down F7+F8 while pressing power and "Prnt Scrn/SysRg" while pressing power

I hope this will help some of you. Please rate this solution. Thanks

-Charlie S.

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As a general rule laptop memory is hard to seat correctly. You have to position it at about a 30 degree angle to the board push it into the sockey relatively firmly. Then when its as far as it will go you need to then push it into the motherboard till both the retention clips click home.

I Removed an reseated the RAM on a laptop with the 10 flashes caps lock issue. I also removed and reseated the hard drive and the CD-Rom Drive. All CAN CAUSE ISSUES so remove and reseat as much as you can see.

Be Careful and make sure you ground yourself. The only special abilities anyone should need are patience a steady hand, common sense and a bit more patience. Thumping them near the hard drive will just break your hard drive do not follow any advice that says to thump your equipment. You might aswel thump your own equipment(between your legs) for all the good it will do.

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  • jegathi Feb 02, 2011

    Right on the money baby yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I Removed,cleaned,blew and reseated the RAM on a laptop with the 10 flashes caps lock, and voila!!!!! like new

  • videotek Feb 02, 2011

    Yes and me too. Solved a very difficult problem. Instant solution. Thank you.

  • Paul Sep 10, 2012

    re-seated hd worked for me. thank you

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I was having this same problem and I tried all of the above solutions and nothing worked. Finally I removed the hard drive and turned the computer on (the same flashing caps lock problem happened again). Then after it shut itself down I put the hard drive back in, starting the computer and it worked perfectly fine. I have no idea why this worked but it did.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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    thanks dolly re-seated hd worked for me thank you

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OK, so I had to do surgery to change the charging port on my laptop because its a hand-me-down from my sister. So after everything was all and put back together the Caps lock symbol would flash 10 times. Turns out the memory chips where not put in all the way and it started up!

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My dell inspiron 5100 wasn't booting up and this page got me headed in the right direction, but I think I've found the trick that works every time, at least for my laptop. simply push on the memory module applying upwards pressure into the machine and press the power key. it should boot up and you no longer need to apply any pressure to the memory module.

Posted on Apr 12, 2010

  • wunschen Aug 24, 2010

    My Dell d600 exhibited the caps lock flashing light problem and when I applied pressure to the memory modules and pressed the start button (on battery power) the computer booted up perfectly, and after replacing the memory door cover and powering down via Windows "shut down" everything worked wonderfully.

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F7 & F8 trick worked for me - thanks guys!

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My D600 had the same problem with not booting and only the caps light blinding. I removed the motherboard and sprayed it all over with contact cleaner. Waited for it to dry, put it back together again and now it works,

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Check your power cord, the one the goes from the adapter to the laptop, specifically the plug the goes in the laptop, this particular has a form of L or a 90 degree angle shape, there is a conection there too, make sure is making good contact, Here's A Pic.Dell latitude d600- won't boot up!!! - 023a0e8.jpg

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Okay, I'm going insane here cuz I don't know where to squeeze the computer, and where I squeeze it, it doesn't work. And I have NO CLUE where the RAM is. The Diagnostics thing hasn't worked. I've tried like... 5 times. Help please xD

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Holding down F7 and F8 seems to work. I would like to find a more permanent solution. Stevenback1 could you explain a bit more about repairing the solder joints on the bios chip.. is this an expensive job and is it a permanent solution? thanks in advance

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I was able to get my Dell D505 to power up by firmly squeezing the case at the docking port. I'm in the BIOS right now!

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Thanks!! Tried each of the solutions mentioned but ultimately it was the RAM. I don't have the extra behind the door and had to go under the keyboard (I had to remove in order to bake the motherboard and apparently did not get it seated just right). After several tries I finally got it - someone mmentioned about getting just the right angle and then clicking into place. It did feel subtly different the time that finally worked. Took about five tries. Good luck everyone! (BTW, this is the second D630 I've baked to fix the graphics card in one month - we own two of these and they both failed at almost the same time. Both times the baking worked!!)

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Most of the cases presented this failure is due to any of the SIMMS is making poor contact in the connector or one of the two modules is damaged. First remove the two SIMMS and clean the contacts on both sides with the eraser of a pencil, then remove the residues of the eraser with isopropyl alcohol. Try one by one and then places both SIMMS, so you can identify if damaged or just was a false contact. Excuse my English, I learned at Google.

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Dell latitude l 400 it come on but wont boot up

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I have a dell lattitude screen flashes blue than off the caps lock and the battery and hardrive lights stay solid for 8 seconds i reaseated the ram and hit f11 hard and it started but still no screen i hokked it up to a monitor no screnn i took out the hardrive

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Remove ur ram and re insert it properly. if still it happens then check ur ram

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Mine didn't startup and gave me this blinking caps lock light. I removed one of the two RAM chips and everything worked fine. Then i shutdown my D505, inserted the missing RAM and everything works fine now :)
Thank you guys

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Just an FYI- mine wouldn't turn on either and I tried resetting with the cord unplugged and battery out-holding the power for 30 sec and a bunch of other stuff. The F6/F7 thing finally worked. Holy Sh!t Dude I am SOOO happy!! Ya'll are the best. THANKS- now to figure out how to get it fixed from here.

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I had the same problem with my Dell D600, my caps lock light and Scroll lock light would stay on for a couple of seconds then the laptop would turn off, turns out I inserted the RAM in incorrectly. After I changed this it worked perfectly

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Dell D600 froze while on the internet and then wouldn't power back up again. Seemed to power up for few seconds and CAPS LOCK light flashed few times. Checked out this website, and like many others, removed the memory cover and found that one of the chips just needed pushing further into place. So far, so good

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  • techegghead Sep 27, 2010

    one of my Memory chips had become faulty and needed replacing. Try taking one out at a time and test,. Thanks

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Maybe you should update your dell latitude D600 battery bios or change the Latitude D600 motherboard.

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Hi everybody.

Same problem with tha caps lock stuff blinking 10 times and then nothing.

Took out the DIMM Ram, plugged them back in and... MIRACLE, sthe D600 starts again like nothing ever happened... Until... It froze totally in the middle of the XP startup, and then back to the "no go" again.

Did the whole thing again, same thing. (seems to stop at the same spot during XP startup).

So seems to be definitely a RAM problem...

Any better hint to go?

Anybody else did get this "working again and back in trouble" false hope?

Cheers to the communauty here.

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

Try holding the computer upside down once the clicking noises start also you can punch it on the lower left and it will kick the HDD into action

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Its a lossing foult.
check ur bettary and rub the garbage on it than check . if not go to support dell com and get mannual and user guaide than re assamble it it will deffinatly works .... be carfull ot the time of re assambling

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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SOURCE: dell latitude d600-vga

The flickering may not be caused by a corrupt driver, it could be the impending failure of the fluorescent back light of the display or its high voltage supply.

Trying driver replacement though is the first thing to try.
If the original driver is corrupt, you can try the following;

- Right-click on My Computer
- Left-click on Properties
- Click on Hardware tab
- Click on Device Manager
- Locate and open Display Adaptors
- Locate the video listing for your
- Highlight and delete this
- Reboot the computer

If Windows does what it should (no guarantee on this!), it will 'find' a 'new device' and install the driver for it.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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SOURCE: dell latitude D600 booting problem

Are all three lights on when you hit the power button?

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Dell latitude d600- won't boot up!!!

Based on what the guy said, it could be a heat issue. The internal fans of your laptop may have shorted, meaning they aren't working. You should have them checked out for any loose connections or burnt out parts. Have any reconnected and replaced as needed. Opening it yourself with no prior experience to such a task can worsen the problem.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Dell Latitude D600

It is the Hard drive on the system. Hard Drive is failing. Another Error code for the Hard Drive is Error Code 7. Check BIOS setup if the system still detects the Hard Drive as well. You may want to consider changing the Hard Drive on the system.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: software for Dell Latitude d600

For the Dell Latitude D600, you can visit Dell's Support website using this link: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen. On the site, you can get all the downloads pertaining to your laptop, based on model [D600], or by your unit's Asset Tag, which is a white sticker usually located on the bottom of your laptop.

There are several categories listed for downloads, such as audio, video, networking, etc. Just choose the items you need, or you can download them all, and save to a CDR for future use.

Hope this helps; Good Day to all!

Kelvin W.

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SOURCE: install dell latitude D600 keyboard on dell Latitude D500

http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/product_support/product_support_central?c=us&l=en&s=gen

you have click this link and after Service Tag numberm add and collect your manul for your laptop

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My loptop D610 turn on ,caps lock blinks and ater 3 to4 secons it


I would try clearing the cmos battery. It's located under a small door under the laptop battery. Unhook the wire (laptop unplugged) and let it sit for 20 minutes. Hook it back up and try to power up. If that doesn't work www.pcrepairhelp.net has techs that work on laptops.

May 04, 2010 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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DELL LATITUDE D600 fails to boot up


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Not sure if it's a sure fix or not, but it worked for me.

I have a Dell Latitude c640 and when powering up, the caps LED would blink roughly 10 times, things would spin up, but after the 10 or so blinks, it would power down without anything having been displayed. This happened just after I had the laptop going on batteries, and it went into hibernate mode automatically after the batteries got low. When I plugged back up to a power supply and turned on, the computer started to exhibit this problem.

All I did was removed the bottom panel, removed both memory modules, put the memory modules back in the slot, rocked them at least 7 times before locking them back in to place to ensure a good seat, and completly seated them (clicks into place), closed up the panel, and powered up.

After doing this, the system booted up normally.

Just as a bynote , Faulty RAM, damaged motherboard affecting the RAM (ie cracked RAM slot where it was maybe forced in with a bit too much pressure) and lastly cooking the chip although this is a lot more rare.
Easiest way to check is get another laptop and swap YOUR RAM INTO IT if it affects that laptop then RAM, riskier is to switch ITS RAM into yours, still does it - generally MoBo.
there are also other problems that cause these errors, but in my experience these are the most common
Good luck!

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Nov 21, 2009 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Dell latitude D600 booting problem


Are all three lights on when you hit the power button?

Aug 25, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Dell D600 latitude will not power up


you can try to replace the motherboard, which is apparently totally UnHappy

Mar 16, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Will Not Power Up


the middle one with the A is Caps Lock....

Try removing the Battery from the System.... There is a power indecator on it....... Push the button on the battery Five lights full battery.... No Light Dead.... If Dead Your Power supply might be at fault....

Is the power Supply Light Lit? If No.... Bad Check connections..From Wall to Brick ect.... Still No... PSU Looks Bad....

Jan 07, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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