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View 8 Replies View Related Dell Latitude E6400 :: Won't Go To Sleep Jan 7, 2009 My work gave me a new Latitude E6400. My problem is very big. Features include: If you decide you need it you will have to visit Dell and download the latest version, and try installing it. It's my father's computer. http://afede.org/dell-latitude/dell-latitude-e6400-blue-screen.html

The computer doesn't respond to Ctrl+Alt+Del command to bring up the task manager? View 3 Replies View Related Dell :: Blue Screen While Rebuilding An Insprion E1705 Mar 23, 2009 I'm rebuilding an Insprion E1705 from several broken 9400/E1705. Click OK, and then restart the computer. Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.

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I have now downgraded to BIOS A14 and the problem is gone.Problem descriptionWhen rebooting or shutting down Windows XP the shutdown process hanged. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. Restart the machine and try and boot into the normal Windows mode. I still haven't wrapped my mind around the source of the problem though.  Is it in the BIOS?  Afterall I had a problem with the computer not powering down before I

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Powered by MediaWiki. I use it to do various things such as imaging the hard drive, re-setting account password, recover the CD keys, and many other things. Advertisement Remove the battery for 10 minutes. I downloaded and installed the new demo for Time Shift.

However, it doesn’t need to be that way. http://notebooks.bigresource.com/Dell-whenever-i-shutdown-i-get-the-blue-screen-and-this-message-Rs4ewmhh.html The flashdrive would need to be empty of any files that you wished to keep of course, as it would be wiped clean in the process of installing UBCD. We do not see a cursor...just a black screen, Recovery discs don't start up Pull the battery. Now I can run in safe mode without the graphical screw ups on my screen.

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The lenovo Solution center isn't reporting any issues either. I looked into the minidump created by the blue screen, and it seemed the process failing is called csrss.exe. It hangs up then poof.  Screen goes black.  When I hit power it starts to open, but then hard shuts down. Moved from XP to Internal Hardware - Hamluis. check over here Choose repair.

Is it possible to repair the OS installation from the recovery disks instead of reinstalling it? I had thought it was an overheating problem before, but I've been able to keep my GPU temp under control pretty well lately. If you are sure that your computer is ACPI-compliant, follow these steps: In Control Panel, double-click System.

Yes | No | I need help When I load OS to my laptop and when it is almost done, then system restart.

This is often the failure of a graphics card, LCD, or inverter cable. My computer only boots up normally when I forcefully overheat my computer. I used a weird method to get it to start up so I know the Laptop monitor is working fine, but whenever I shut down or close lid it goes back Until now when I would open lid and push the power button it wakes up.

I searched my hardrive and registry for anything that said Forceware or the driver number and deleted all results. Then goto the "Advanced" tab and under the headline "Startup and Recovery", press the "Settings" button. Carlos says September 20, 2010 at 6:15 pm I have tried this, but did not work. http://afede.org/dell-latitude/dell-latitude-e6400-windows-xp-blue-screen.html One of the solutions should work to repair your screen issues.

Incorrectly modifying the HAL can cause your computer to stop starting. However if I angle the LCD just right it goes back to normal. However, you may be able to work around this issue. I am relying on you for any assistance you could give me.

All devices were discovered. See if any one of the following programs is installed: Logitech mouse drivers Adaptec/Roxio software Zone Alarm If any one of these programs is installed, either contact the manufacturer of the As your business matures, you’ll realize that model isn’t sustainable.  Instead, you’ll need to figure out ways of not doing it all yourself.  Afterall, you don't want to turn away good A specification that is similar to one of the following will appear: ACPI Multiprocessor PC ACPI Uniprocessor PC Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC Compaq SystemPro Multiprocessor or 100% Compatible

It sound like you need to change your power plan to balanced and turn off any screensavers.