Question about Dell Latitude D630 Notebook
That is probably because some liquid got into the system components. (the keyboard, motherboard, CPU, hard drive, etc.) To get the liquid away, turn over the computer so that you can see the battery and the hard drive and RAM bays IMMEADITELY. Then, wait for about 2 hours and carefully unscrew the hard drive and RAM bays. Then, get a hair dryer and "dry" the hard drive and RAM pieces so that no liquid, not even a single drop, is visible. If that doesn't work, try repeating the process but instead of removing the hard drive and the RAM bays, remove the entire back cover and use the hair dryer to dry all of the system components. That should fix the problem.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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