Question about Dell Latitude D505 Notebook
Repeatedly press F8 during startup until you see the startup options and select the "last known good configuration"
If all goes well you should be in.
once you are working do a shut down and restart once more to verify that you are still OK. If you are then do some security scans using the online virus scanners such as ESET and install a copy of superantispyware (mbam) and let them both do FULL scans and clean up anything they find.
If NOT then use F8 again but select SAFE MODE and un-install the last bit of hardware or program you installed.
Usually this is a sign of either defective drivers/hardware or a nasty.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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