Question about Dell Latitude D630 Notebook
If you are having trouble with your monitor displaying properly to clarify you are not even getting the Dell splash screen. If this is the case there is a good chance that the monitor or video card is out on the computer.
To test this plug in an external monitor (If you have access to a CRT you want to use it). Then press and hold the "FN" key and press the F8 (CRT/LCD) key to toggle the external monitor.
If you get the display you know the video card is working. If you tested with a CRT there is a chance that there is a driver issue. So I would download and reinstall the drivers. If the display still does not work then most likely it has gone out.
Note if you tested with a LCD there is a chance that if you were having a driver issue that it would have effected the external LCD. You may want to try to reinstall Windows or booting to a Live CD to see if the display works. The reason for this is most notebook LCDs are now made of the same as desktop LCDs.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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