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Dell Latitude D600 problems

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Hello everyone,
well this is the case, i have a Dell D600 Latitude laptop, that was acting weird.
All of a sudden, it started with the blue screen unmountable disk error... great
I tried to find a XP disk to solve this, but in a couple of days the computer started to display a white screen , asking me the primary or administrator password ( the BIOS password )
Ok i inputed that, and it all ok, but every time i reboot the computer, it asks me the same password. Its not only annoying, its a bit frustrating ... what can i do to make it stop ?
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Hello OUTLAW666: :D

The problem could be due to aging; as Dell Latitude D600 is quite old, you may perform express or extended test of your system using inbuilt utility. Please boot your system - while Dell logo is being displayed press F12 on keyboard, this must be done before Windows logo appear then follow the onscreen instructions

Did you setup BIOS password?

Edited: To add punctuation

Edited by Rediah, 10 April 2011 - 03:11 AM.

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