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My dell latitude D610 laptop keeps blue screening after selecitng the operating system (has 2 downloads of windows XP) and the stop code is "0x0000000A (0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x804E7A0A)


Windows XP at this point is very buggy due to lack of support
Try to access your unit in safe mode and see if it works
when powering on press constantly F8 then select safe mode
if you are able to get in - try to save your information
if unable to get in and still getting a blue screen it could be either a system failure or hardware failure

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I uninstalled the audio by accident how do i install it again ?


Reboot the laptop, the Software should ID the Hardware and apply the generic driver, Or, Open Control Panel, Device Manager, San for Hardware Changes, the Scan should ID and apply the driver, reboot. OR, you can find the Dell Latitude D610 Windows XP drivers here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/Product/latitude-d610. Run Windows Updates and Dell Updates for current and up-to-date drivers.

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How do I get a dell drivers and utilities cd to reboot my computer my startup not working. I have dell latitude d610 laptop


Have a look on Ebay, just search for "dell latitude d610 recovery disks"
I found a genuine set in the UK on Ebay but don't know where you are.
You Should be able to get a set.

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I have a dell d610 and windows wont open tried a reboot but did not work


In that case you will have to reinstall Windows from scratch - make sure the normal format option is selected, not the fast one.

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How can i recovered bios password of dell d610


Take out battery don´t work on Dell Laptops.
I got my Dell Bios & HDD Master Pasword within a few minutes from http://www.bios-password.kickme.to/

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My cd dvd drive won't open of dell d610


check for drawer jamming insert a cocktail stick into small hole on cd drawer. could be hardware failure.

hope this helps

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HELLO, MY DELL D610 WILL SHUT DOWN DUE TO SERIOUS ERROR, AS NOTED BY WINDOWS. WINDOWS WILL THEN ADVISE DIAGNOSTIC FOR POSSIBLE RAM FAILURE. I HAVE NOT PERFORMED TEST PRIMARILY BECAUSE I DO NOT HAVE PRINTER...


Pretty simple to determine. Most D610's have 2 memory modules, remove one, see if the problems stop. If they continue, then try the other module. If the issue is associated with only 1 RAM module, then that is most likely the point of failure and replace that module.
If problem exists with both modules, but is associated with only 1 for the RAM slots (Say both work fine in slot A, error occurs with both in slot B) then the motherboard is most likely the failure point.
Regardless, you can run the diagnostics (Fn Key plus power Button) without a printer attached too.

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Dell D610 will not boot to hard disc


in os installed not corrected driver (s).
1. when goin bott press F8 and select "Dont reboot when error..."
windows go in blue screen, and write to screen what still by error (file name)
2. Try boot in safe mode. Find and delete this file.
3. Boot in normal mode.

If dont work. Boot with help WinPE bootdisk and scan your system by Viruses and Malware

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D610 boot failure


Remove all drives, Memory and wireless cards, see if the indication changes. If no change, replace the motherboard. If they change, add memory back one module at a time, see if the system will post. If one does, then the other is bad.

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Dell latidue D610


The light indicator for the battery is; green-charging, yellow-battery failure, and red-charging system failure. The charging system failure happens when the power management chip fails. The pm chip regulates and controls the power input & usage, allows the machine to switch from AC to battery, and cotrols the charging. This will also cause the problem with the power button not workin or being hard to start. Unfortunately, the motherboard will have to be replaced in order to fix this.

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