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PeterP

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When undocking my Dell Latitude D610 I get the following message: "You cannot eject your computer because the service VGA Display Adapter which controls one of the devises in the docking station does not support Plug and Play and cannot be stopped" Please advise
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Hi, PeterP, and welcome to GeeksToGo!

I would first recommend making sure your video drivers are up to date. Head to support.dell.com and check for the appropriate download under the "Video" section. If you aren't sure which graphics card you have, click "Change Your Product" near the top of the page and enter your service tag (from the bottom of the laptop) and Dell will only show the right drivers under the video section.

What do you do to undock your laptop? Are you using the undock option from the Start menu?
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It started off with the PC not booting up undocked. Tells me battery power is not sufficient to run system. Also does not want to boot with normal power supply (only docking station cable) telling me it is still in "docked" mode although undocked. The message above comes up when I want to undock via START menu.
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