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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this one not sure what dell's problem is you'd think they could come up with drivers that work for their hardware
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
i found the sound driver that works on DELL INSPIRON 6000
It also works on:
Inspiron- 6000, 93000, 9200, 2200, 1200, XPS Gen 2
Latitude- D610, D810, 110L, D510, D410, X1
Precision- M20, M70
This should help other Dell users as well.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Dell inspiron 6000 laptop battery URL(UK shop): http://laptop-battery.org.uk/laptopbattery/1001074.htm
Dell inspiron 6000 battery URL(US store): http://www.cheap-laptop-batteries.com/laptop-battery/dell-inspiron-6000.htm
Dell inspiron 6000 battery URL(AU Buy): http://laptop-batteries.com.au/computer-battery/dell-inspiron-6000.htm
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
open the rear door on the laptop remove the RAM and locate the 2 pins or Bars in the well where the RAM was.Take a paper clip and short the 2 pins adn then replace the RAM close the door and restart unit.That's it!
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Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Go to dell.com and call them they usually have a support number 800 and ask them what it is along with the service tag number to identify your product they will assist you with this. Or go there and type in the service tag number and see what info they have on password authentication passwords. Frankly it is rather a stupid system to have their customers have to go through this, look in the manual as well. Now that I did read the post better I see that it was used when you purchased this dell.
More than likely if you have a way of contacting the owner of this Notebook they should have told you about the password lock when starting the Notebook. If you can do that then do it and remove it and place your own one if you so desire. If you cannot get a hold of the seller again. Then I would install a fresh operating system in it again and that way any junk or stuff installed on the old owners computer is gone and this will make it completely yours.
That is what I do with every computer I purchase as a standard procedure for all my computers. This will remove the password automatically. Just a suggestion skip the hassle and install your own goodies.
Posted on May 11, 2012
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