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Open the bottom part of the laptop around the fan area use a can of compressed air and blow out the fan and the area around it.

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My dell latitude d610 ac power is work is properly but battrey is not charging plz tell me soulition.


If the D610 works when attached to the AC Power Cord, it is likely that your battery is not capable of taking a charge and needs to be replaced. I have 2 D610 Dell Latitudes and they are very good laptops.
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Dell Latitude D610 Shuts off with no warning...


the problem is not the battery; what has happened is the coolant paste that pulls the heat away from the cpu (main) chip to the fan has dried up. you must remove the fan/heat exchanger off the motherboard and, put new paste on the chips that the heat exchanger sits on
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Dell Latitude D610 is over heating


Your best bet is to take it to a good local computer shop who can take it apart and clean out the fans in your laptop. maybe even repaste your cpu while they are at it. but if your familiar with doing it then do it, but if your not at all sure about anything inside your laptop, let someone who knows how to do it do it. let me know how you get on.

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Did you hold down the Fn key and press the function key for the external VGA port? It should cycle as LCD only, LCD and VGA, VGA only and then back to LCD.

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