Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
I have a Dell D800 latitude laptop, it wont turn on at all, light comes on for about a half a second, thats all, any ideas
My d600 had both memory sticks fail over about a year period, when they failed there were similar symptoms. try running on 1 memory stick at a time, or substitute a good one for a test.
Posted on May 01, 2008
Hi. I have the same problem with my Dell D600 laptop. I tried what you suggested and my laptop boots work but doesn't boot into XP. What should I do next or be looking for now?
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
I have Latitude 800, having similar problem. Removed the battery- plugged adapter, hold Fn and power buttons.. nothing, Any suggestions ?? Please help
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Remove the battery from the system and try to power on the System with the AC adapter connected. its only to check whether the system is receiving the power .
Also press the Fn key holding it down press the power button and release both the buttons , look for the LED codes and do let me know abt it
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: d800 will not even boot
Okay, I had that problem with my HP less than a minute ago.
Maybe it is the same problem. See if the battery light comes on. Press the power button again and again if it doesn't start, for some time. It may show the boot screen and hang. Now, the battery must be charged. Shut it down directly and switch the AC off.
Now, switch it on and see if the battery light comes on. If it does, it is the same problem as mine. Now, turn the PC over and remove the battery carefully. There may be switches for that.
Now, plug in the AC and start it without the battery in. If it does, you're done. Now, plug in the battery again.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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