20 Most Recent Dell Latitude Cp, Cpi, Cpx, C600, C800, Inspiron 3800 8000 4000 601212 CD-ROM Drive Questions & Answers


Hello, this happens regularly because of driver problems, Microsoft recommends caution and is not responsible for any damage or consequence for modifying the registry and you can make changes that are effective in most cases.
1) It does not mean that they are defective, maybe it is to configure them correctly; I also leave a video as another option.
2) I enclose the link below, any questions, please contact us.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/555996

Dell Latitude... | Answered on May 10, 2019


check the below site for the type of beeps you get.


http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

Dell Latitude... | Answered on May 30, 2011


Yes you can do it. But if any Operating system is install in old HDD then that will be not work on your new Laptop. Otherwise you can get all data and information from your old HDD.

Thanks

Dell Latitude... | Answered on May 15, 2011


It's caused by the failure of the hard disk - you will have to replace it and reinstall Windows.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Apr 20, 2011


You need a laptop IDE hard disk.

If I could be offurther assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rateit and give a testimonial for my response.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


Hi charles.

Common design flaw with this particular laptop. It picks up inteference from internal wireless card which randomly causes havoc with the onboard input controller. External sources can also rarely cause this strange behavior. The only thing iI can suggest is to tighten, but don't over-tighten all screws on the bottom of the laptop, removing battery and AC supply of course. A loose screw can cause lack of earthing which can generate inteference. Hope this is helpful to you.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 27, 2011


cheapest mobile option hookup a GPRS enabled mobile phone via USB,bluetooth or infrared and connect to the internet via the broadband services from the ISP's in your area

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Nov 23, 2010


Not sure, you should see, amongst all the led's which show when the Power / DVD or HDD are running. A small led which either looks like an antenna or has one inscribed near it.

If no, there's probably no card.

However, to connect to your wireless internet you may be able to use a PCMCIA card or a USB dongle. Just ensure the one you get is capable of decrypting at the standard you require ie WEP or WPA.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Oct 08, 2010


The RJ45 ethernet cable looks very much like a fat telephone chord. It plugs into the female port.


I don't get paid for advice so if this answers your problem, I would appreciate 4 thumbs.

Jim

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Sep 20, 2010


All laptops have inbuilt wireless network cards. You would need to have a wireless access point which has internet connectivity at your home or office. If available, you need to search for the wireless network and get connected. Some networks are secured so you would have to contact the administrator for the key.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jul 22, 2010


Try to connect and external keyboard to it
with the external monitor.
If the shortcut is in the keypads where most off the beer propably came in contact.
will now be seen if its boots up.
If it boots up with external keyboard the ptoblem is in the beer soaked keyboard.
change or clean the keyboard with isoprophanol
to dissolve moisture and beer.
This is the solution. Please vote!!!

Dell Latitude... | Answered on May 13, 2010


if it's a tower... you'll need a linksys pci wireless card... and a linksys router... install the drivers first... then... with the computer off... follow instructions for installing the card... connect the antenna... and then turn on. wiat for the computer to boot... it should automatically find the card... now... on the back of the cable modem... disconnect the wire that was going to the computer... and put it in the connection on the router that says "internet", now... disconnect the cable modem... wait 30 seconds... then plug it back in... wait 1 min. for everything to come up... now... connect the power to the router... and wait 1 min... go to the linksys icon in the taskbar... and double click on it... survey the site... when you find the wireless networks that are avil... choose the one that's got the strongest signal... and click connect. now... open the internet broser... and go to tools... internet options... then connections, down at the bottom... you'll see lan... click on it... you should see a box that says automatically detect settings... make sure this is checked...then click apply... then on o.k... and exit the internet.... then go back in... you should have internet...

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Apr 09, 2010


The cable goes into a square opening that looks a lot like a phone jack opening.
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The clip on the cable faces up and the gold wires face down.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


1.right click on your desktop. 2.click properties 3.under settings tab on the left bottom you will see screen resolution.adjust it according to your monitor size ,apply

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 19, 2010


Sorry to say but actually your windows has become corrupted, may be due to improper shutdown or power failure. do one thing try to start your windows with previous known configuration that worked .(option already available on boot screen).if this does not work enter your windows cd and choose repair windows option when prompted.follow the instruction that proceeds.you will recover previous status of your pc.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 19, 2010


sorry to say,but please re-install your operating or repair your windows from windows 2000 cd system.to ensure problem do not persist download trial version of the software IOLO SYSTEM MECHANIC or some other registry repair software and run it on your pc.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 19, 2010


The blue screen states that it has a hardware error. Usually the problem is in the memory card. All you have to do is open your computer (cpu) and removed the memory card. Try to blow the memory slot and try to clean the memory card pins with a clean cloth and return it back to the memory slot. After that try to turn it on if it works. If not, try to replace the memory card if you have a spare.
Aside from memory card problem is the hardisk problem but usually rare. Try the memory step first before the hardisk step.

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


start your computer, continously pressong, f2 and del key, go to bios set up,, set default settings, save it, then restart your computer, by pressing ctrl+alt+del

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


I got desktop rebooting that was solved by memory replacement, you have to determine what worked prior to the error and revert any change to another method

Dell Latitude... | Answered on Dec 30, 2009

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