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When i press the start button then my computer says **** manufactureing Mode: leverl [67]***** press fn-x teturn the system to normal running mode . when i press fn-x then is says Warning! battery is critically low hit F1 to continue

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When the machines are put together at the factory they stay in factory mode until the tech presses the FN key and X key together.

Go ahead and do this so your machine goes into user mode and it should reboot then the message should go away.


Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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As soon as I power on My Dell D610 in boot screen appear : '' MANUFACTURING MODE: LEVEL '67'''
''PRESS FN + X TO RETURN THE SYSTEM TO NORMAL MODE'. This does not appear to work, it then shows hit F1 for shutdown, nothing happening with that operation either.

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It can be a possible hardware issue or a software issue

Try to run the dell diagnostics

http://findtechhelp12.blogspot.com/2010/12/how-to-run-dell-diagnostics.html

If it fails replace the part on which it fails.. If it passes reinstall the OS to fix the issue

http://findtechhelp12.blogspot.com/2010/11/how-to-reinstall-os-in-dell-computer.html

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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Unplug the system and remove the battery. Hold the power button for 30 seconds. Then try powering up -- if it won't, you've damaged the mainboard, and you'll need to replace it.

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SOURCE: manufacturing mode : LAVEL (67) Press Fn-X to

This usually displays on the LCD when a motherboard has just been replaced. You need to hold down the key next to the space bar and the key to return to normal mode.

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MANUFACTURING MODE :LEVEL [67]****** press Fn-X to return the system to normal running mode


press the fn button on your keyboard with the x letter ( press fn dont leave it and then press the x letter while u pressing the fn )

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Manufacturing mode : LAVEL (67) Press Fn-X to Return The System to normal mode what is this please halp as


This usually displays on the LCD when a motherboard has just been replaced. You need to hold down the key next to the space bar and the key to return to normal mode.

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My Dell D610 in boot screen appear : '' MANUFACTURING MODE: LEVEL '67''' ''PRESS FN + X TO RETURN THE SYSTEM TO NORMAL ...


Unplug the system and remove the battery. Hold the power button for 30 seconds. Then try powering up -- if it won't, you've damaged the mainboard, and you'll need to replace it.

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I have a message manufacturing mode:level (67)


Do the following with nothing attached other then the AC Power. After trying these fixes and neither works, it is a mother board issue. Replace the mother board.


1. Enter System Setup (aka BIOS) reset it to its default settings. By doing the following:

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As soon as I power on My Dell D610 in boot screen appear : '' MANUFACTURING MODE: LEVEL '67''' ''PRESS FN + X TO RETURN THE SYSTEM TO NORMAL MODE'. This does not appear to work, it then shows hit F1 for...


As soon as I power on My Dell D610 in boot screen appear : '' MANUFACTURING MODE: LEVEL '67'''
''PRESS FN + X TO RETURN THE SYSTEM TO NORMAL MODE'. This does not appear to work, it then shows hit F1 for shutdown, nothing happening with that operation either.

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My Dell D610 in boot screen appear : '' MANUFACTURING MODE: LEVEL '67''' ''PRESS FN + X TO RETURN THE SYSTEM TO NORMAL MODE'


When the machines are put together at the factory they stay in factory mode until the tech presses the FN key and X key together.

Go ahead and do this so your machine goes into user mode and it should reboot then the message should go away.


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Just start up in SAFE mode. Then shut down normally. On the next boot, the computer should come up normally. (not in safe mode)

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