Hello !! recently i've foud out that my Latitude C610 has developed a little problem. So..i use the computer for 5-6 hours at a time without problems, but once i restart it, the display won't lite up. If i turn off the laptop, and i wait for a few minutes before starting it again, it works fine. Does anybody know what could be the problem ??... Thanks
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Re: Latitude C610 Display Problem
Sounds like you need to start with cookie clean out then check to see if processor fan is running. Check to make sure all your updates are installed and downloaded from microsoft. Make sure you have the latest virus updates with a good antivirus. Use Adware and spyware remover. You can't run on the net without this stuff protecting you anymore.
The most probable solution is that you need to check your inverter circuit. the backlight is just tiny florescent bulbs which could be good or bad.there can be no inbetween weath the lamp.
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1. boot on bios (turn on laptop keep tapping F2, check the bios version and check the battery health and battery info) 2. if the battery is charge like 10% then battery info says batt performing normally then update the bios, download the latest bios from the dell support site. 3. if battery is 0% charge check if the ac adapter has correct watt display on the bios under battery info, make sure ac adapter is 65W above. if all fails then replace the battery.
It is the direct access button, it (originally) is to run Dell utilities installed on the system. Generally it is ignored by most users. In theory it can be reprogrammed in Control Panel, Keyboard Properties, Direct Access Tab
Yes you can. On the bottom of the laptop there are 2 slide releases, one releases the battery the other is for the multi bay. With the computer off just slid the release and the drive will slide out forward. You can pick up dvd drives on Ebay and other sites for about $30.00 and you can even get dvd burners for your machine. If windows is running you can look in the bottom right corner and click on the eject hardware icon and stop the floppy or cd/dvd drive and eject the drive with the machine on. If the laptop is on you do need to stop the drive before you eject it or you can damage the drive and the laptop. I hope this helps you, if so please rate my solution.