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Re: dell laptop c810
U can adjust ur screen setting frm ur graphic properties....
on main windows screen right click on mouse button then select graphic properties then u can select display setting ,colour setting etc..
if there is not ny graphic propeerties in urs laptop then again right click on mouse>properties>setting>adjust screen resolution.....
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You can reset the BIOS password. Read the information from this link to find out how you can do it.
In case of your laptop the easiest method would be using software from Hiren's Boot CD as it's pretty hard to open it up and reach for the CMOS battery or the jumper and I wouldn't recommend doing it especially if it's under warranty.
Follow this link to the Dell website for the network drivers for your Dell Latitude C810 Notebook. Click on the Network tab and you will see the list of drivers available for download.
In the future it would help if you put in your service tag that is located at the bottom of the machine.
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Batteries for portable systems have a average expected life of 300 to 500 discharge / recharge cycles. On systems where you didn't use the battery a great deal, the battery may have a useful life of several years.
In you case, the batteries have long exceeded their normal life so you will need to find replacements.
reinstall the driver for the nic that came with the laptop and it should work. If you don't have the driver you will need to download it from the manufacturer or a driver download site like drivers.com.
I would suspect that your CD laser is bad (CD uses a different laser than DVD), and therefore should be replaced. Here is an ebay search to help you out: