Dell :: Next Generation Latitude

Jun 7, 2009

Do we have any information at all about the next generation latitude notebooks?

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Dell :: Next Generation Of XPS

Sep 17, 2008

Does anyone know when Dell is going to release their next generation of XPS series? I'm just curious because I want to know how much my laptop will drop in value by the time the new XPS come out so that I can sell it in advance! Not really but you know what I mean.

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Dell :: Can't Get 4 GB Of RAM Working In XPS Generation 2 Notebook

Jul 11, 2007

I got 2 sticks of Patriot PC4200 200-pin SODIMMs from Fry's, popped them in...and got a single blink of the three lock LEDs, followed by it shutting off. Interestingly, mixing the 1 GB and 2 GB gives me only 2 GB recognized if it's in the first bank, and a memory error if it's in the second bank.

In retrospect, I should have looked at Intel's website - the 915PM only supports 2GB of RAM.At least I can take the RAM back for a full refund.

Posting because I couldn't find the answer to this question anywhere.

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Sony :: Vaio Z Now Or New/next Generation Z

Aug 30, 2009

I bought a vaio z two weeks ago, and loved it, smal, light, but still very powerful. Fortunately its dvd drive wasn't ok, so I returned it.

I read somewhere that a new generaton /platform of intel processors, core i7 mobile, will launch late september or early october

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HP/Compaq :: HP Envy 15 2nd Generation

Mar 13, 2010

In this second generation, HP brought with it, the new 2010 Intel iCore family. You can now configure it to use the i5-430, i5-520m, i5-540m, and it was available briefly i7-620m. All of the new 2010 Intel iCore Dual processors are on the newer 32nm design. That made the laptop cooler and uses less power, resulting in longer battery life. On top of this awesome addition, they revamp the GPU! The laptop now offer the new ATI 58xx series GPU, among one of the first in industry to offer this GPU.

Specs:

* Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-540M Dual Core processor (2.53GHz, 3MB L2 Cache) with Turbo Boost up to 3.06GHz
* 4GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm)
* 10GB 5400RPM SATA Dual Hard Drive (SSD 160GB + 250GB 5400RPM
* 15.6" diagonal Full High Definition LED HP Ultra Brightview Widescreen Display (1920x1080)
* Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit..................

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Apple :: Does MBA 1st Generation Support WPA2

Apr 9, 2009

Just reset my wireless router, it's asking whether the wireless card I've supports WPA2 or not? Does the airport card in MBA 1st generation support this? Can someone please clarify?

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Apple :: Macbook Previous Generation

Jun 26, 2009

I've been a PC user till date. Being a student, I need to restrict my expenditure on a laptop.

I have to make a decision between a macbook 13.3" (previous generation) which I am getting in the apple clearance store for $799 and a Dell Studio 15 for $699. The Dell obviously has better memory, RAM as compared to the macbook but the macbook has 2 GHz, 2 GB ram, and the other basic works.

What will I be using it for? Net surfing, movies, lots of presentations and word/excel/pdf documents. No gaming.

Just wanted an opinion if the macbook prev gen is worth it as compared to the Dell (I used Inspiron 1525 before and was happy with it). Pros and cons will really be appreciated.

Also is entourage,word etc included with the macbook OSX or does that have to be bought separately?

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Apple :: Model # Of Previous Generation 15" MBP Unibody

Jul 16, 2009

Does anyone have a model number, or another method for identifying the previous generation of unibody MBPs? Unfortunately I'm that one percentile that cannot live without an express card slot, and I'm not interested in going to the 17.

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Sony :: Officially Released A BIOS Update To Enable VT On 4th Generation SR

Aug 14, 2009

There were many SR4 laptops sold in May 2009 in China suffering the problem of stopping responding randomly and frequently, which caused quite a lot of hot threads discussing.

Sony identified the problem as some bugs in BIOS firmware and hence released an update to fix this.

Official site:[url] (Chinese site, Google Translate may work)

Download link: [url]

As a "side effect" some customers noticed that Sony has officially enabled the option of VT in BIOS settings!

This is quite unbelievable according to the usual style of Sony. Maybe it is because of the pressure from XP mode in the upcoming Windows 7.

Unfortunately the BIOS update still does not give SLIC 2.1 so to activate Windows 7 we still need SLIC 2.1 from Lenovo or other brands.

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Dell :: Latitude D630 Vs Latitude E6400

Jun 19, 2009

The price of 2nd user Latitude D630's seems to be holding up quite well in the UK. Does this indicate that it is still a popular machine and favoured over the E6400?

I briefly checked out an E6400 the other day and for a choice between machines of approximately similar spec I would opt for the D630 rather than the newer E6400.

I would be interested in opinions from users who have experience with both models.

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Dell :: Latitude On ECM As Compared To Latitude On FLASH

May 27, 2010

We are looking at getting some Latitude E4310 systems. Since fast boot up to access the web is important, we see that the Latitude On FLASH option is required.

The downside is that Dell will not install this along with the WiMax card option. They have a combo WiFi and WiMax card, but it can not be installed with the FLASH option.

They also list Latitude On ECM as an option instead of On FLASH. The ECM runs $149 more. With ECM, the system can then have the WiMax card which would be nice.

The people at Dell have not been able to provide a good explanation on what the ECM option does. There is a write up on the FLASH option, but not a good one on ECM. Does anyone know what the ECM does differently than the FLASH?

Key points of the FLASH option are (we need these functions):
Boot Fast, 8-10 seconds
Wi-Fi and LAN 10/100/1000
Web access via browser Firefox Browser
Supports Java and Adobe Flash
Read Microsoft Office
Edit Microsoft Office 2000

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Dell :: Latitude D630/ Latitude E6500

Jun 21, 2009

I've got a choice at the moment between two latitudes:

1) Dell Latitude D630: 2.2ghz C2D, 3Gb RAM, 120gb HDD, dvd/cdrw drive, vista, nvidia Quaddro GFX

2) Dell Latitude E6500: 2.26ghz C2D, 3Gb RAM, 80gb HDD, DVDRW, Vista,

Which do you reckon i ought to go for between the two?

The laptop will be used primarily between home and university, so will be taken between the two places in my shoulder messenger bag, so will probably take a few bumps

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Dell :: Does The Latitude E6400 Have Latitude-On

Oct 29, 2008

I am wondering whether or not the E6400 has the Latitude-On feature or can be configured as such.

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Dell :: Latitude Fan

Sep 25, 2008

Picked up the new 6400 about 3 weeks ago and although everything seems to be running well,

It will start and just run forever.

Sometimes, it starts up in sleep mode and just spins for hours.

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Dell :: Latitude Cpt

Feb 14, 2010

i have an old latitude cpt with a 600mhz cpu and was wondering is it possible to upgrade the cpu?

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Dell :: Latitude 650 J

Oct 12, 2009

i turn it on and it goes to blue screen for a second then goes into black and says if your computer shut down try starting from normal????

I guess the hd maybe is gone .I also have a thinkpad and it has recovery. does dell have it

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Dell :: Upgrading A Latitude XT HDD

Feb 2, 2010

I bought this the other day for my Latitude XT:

http://www.amazon.com/32GB-1-8-inch-...4&sr=8-2-fkmr0

Wanted to replace the 4200rpm hard drive currently in there with something faster. I updated the BIOS to A09 (January 2010) to prevent any compatibility issues. I plugged it in and booted the computer, popped my Windows CD in, goes through the pre-load stuff. When it gets to the part about setting up (prior to where it asks about formatting and all that) I get a BSOD.

Sorry for the brief description but I'm trying to work on it while I type. Any suggestions? Do I have it plugged in incorrectly? What should I be looking for?

EDIT: I checked for the hard drive in the BIOS. There's not many options to see what HDD is detected. However, when my 80GB drive is connected it shows "80 GB drive". When I have the SSD plugged in nothing shows up in the BIOS for it. Does this mean the SSD is not compatible with my machine?

EDIT2: Forgot to mention their website claims it's compatible with my laptop:

http://www.activemp.com/SSD/18-IDE-P...SD-upgrade.htm

EDIT3: I sent them a "polite" e-mail about my situation and will let you all know if I have any success.

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Dell :: Latitude E6400 ATG

Oct 18, 2008

I'm pretty new to Dell notebook world. I was always told that Dell has a stinky customer service and their image wasn't that good around spot but care sharing whats good and bad about dell in general?

1- In the LCD option, it says touchscreen. Does that mean I can somewhat use this laptop like a tablet? ( Without the ability to twist the screen of course..)

2-Never knew whtas the different between 1dimms and 2dimms in RAM....

3-Compare Geforce 9400gs with the Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD With PC-Card. Plus, what do they mean by "PC-Card" or "EXpress card" ?

4-Does Dell notebook actually give us 64bits windows or they're all 32bits unless they mention the option of 64bits?

5-Whats the difference between the normal e6400 model and the ATG model? Simply more durability +weight?

6- Whats an encrypted HDD or a ruggedized HDD?

7- I'll be using the notebook for design purpose. Such as photoshop, flash, illustrator or such. I'll be using 2-3 program at once with several picture/projet +internet + music. If my specs are 2.26ghz or 2.4ghz + 4gb ram + intel HD4500HD, will this notebook handle it?.............................


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Dell :: Latitude XT2 Concern

May 20, 2009

The laptop runs great, but now as it gets later in the night, things begin to quiet down.

As I sit here in front of the tablet in complete silence, there is a constant buzzing(kinda high pitched, you can't hear it over the fan when it's on) noise coming from what seems to be right under the touchpad, which is where the harddrive is located. Could it be the harddrive?

Any thoughts? And also, is there anyway to test this seeing as how I don't have another 1.8" drive to swap out with?

(I hope it's the HDD, seeing as how i plan to get an SSD soon)

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Dell :: Latitude D620 Fan

Dec 3, 2008

trying to control the fan speed. I've tried i8kfangui31 but still no luck. Then I run the diagnostic software from Dell Support website, the result of the processor on/off test is error code 3700:011B -> my fan failed to slow down to 2500rpm. the fan keeps running at high speed (about 4500rpm). my bios is A10.

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Dell :: Latitude D620 Fan

Mar 2, 2009

I got this laptop second handed. At the time I got this laptop, there are 2 problems.

The first is, the 2 back USB port is gone, leaving only a hole at the body. I dont really got problem with this because I still got 2 side USB port.................................................

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Dell :: (Latitude) Laptop

Dec 19, 2008

I need to select a new laptop for work. My company allows Dell only.

Currently, I have a Dell Latitude D610. (yes time to upgrade).

I travel often. Therefore, weight is a factor. I'm not sure if I should go with the 14" or 15" screen. My current 14" seems OK. I need a laptop where I can use a port replicator. I believe that this limits my choices. Some of the models I like from a design standpoint don't seem to offer this.

So, I ended up with:
Latitude E6400
Latitude E6500
Latitude E5500
Latitude E5400

I couldn't really figure out what the difference is between the E5x and E6x.

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Dell :: Latitude Vs. Precision ..

Jan 21, 2009

general differences b/w the two Dell business models? I'm looking to buy a 15" notebook, and I think the business computers may be better than the consumer ones. However, I'm having trouble understanding the different models' differences b/w each other on Dell's website.

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Dell :: Macbook V. Latitude (or Other )

Feb 9, 2009

I'm looking to get a laptop for college (i'll be starting in the fall). My intended major(s) are either: Biological Sciences/Biology, Spanish, or Business.

I want to go into Medicine. I'm not sure what kind of laptop I want, or what the best buy would be. I've grown up on Dell and have had one my whole life, I've never had a mac. Up until my good friend recently purchased a mac, I never really even considered one - but he loves his and it makes me want to get one as well. I'm not so sure as to what I'll be doing on the laptop other than the misc. school work.

Video Editing and graphics design interest me, but its nothing I'm going to be doing professionally, but it would be cool to mess around with. I talked to a guy at the apple store today and he said that if I was looking to do any big-time graphics and video editing that a macbook is not a good choice, due to the video card. What are some pros and cons of each (Dell Latitude v. Macbook)? Would a macbook be good for graphics and video editing?

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Dell :: Latitude E6400

Feb 17, 2009

Its a certified refurb; it has everything i want at a great price:

-- Latitude E6400 Laptop: Intel Core 2 Duo P9500 (2.53GHz, 6M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)

-- 14.1 inch UltraSharp WXGA+ (1440x900) LED Display

-- Back-lit Keyboard

-- Genuine Windows Vista Business

-- Brushed Metal Black

-- 24X CD RW/DVD Combo Drive

-- 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM 800MHz (1 DIMMs)

-- 90W AC Adapter

-- 9 Cell Primary Battery

-- 125V Power Cord

-- Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD With Express Card

-- 250 GB Free Fall Sensor Hard Drive (7200 RPM)

-- Dell Wireless 1510 802.11a/g/n Draft Mini Card

-- Integrated Webcam with digital microphone

Im upgrading the RAM to 4gb, and maybe the hard drive if its too loud. I got the integrated GPU on purpose so it runs cooler and quieter and has better battery life (I don't play games). Ill try for a new version of vista too. Im happy i got the p9500, that was probably the only one left that was a decent price,

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Dell :: Latitude OS And Warranty

Apr 6, 2009

Going to purchase an E6500 and am wondering which OS to go with. This laptop will need to play well with the other machines on our home intranet in terms of file/printer sharing and such. Two of these machines have vista home and two with xp home.

The options are:
vista home basic - included in price
vista business - +$50

1. What are main differences between vista home and vista business?

2. Are both the vista home and vista business 64 bit? If not, how important is the whole 32 bit, 64 bit deal?

In addition, some clarification on the warranty options would be appreciated. I did read the description but am still a little confused.

The options are:

3 year limited + 3 year mail in - included in price
So this means 3 year warranty total, possibly no understandable English speaking phone support, and you must mail in the machine for repair .....

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Dell :: Second HDD For Latitude/Precision

Sep 20, 2008

Based on this post[url] it would appear the Media bay only allows for 1.8" hard disks!

Is this true? Can anyone confirm this is true for both models?

2xHDD is a must for me - running VMs on a single disk is a _real_ drag!

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Dell :: What's Latitude On Flash?

Dec 3, 2009

Today I found on Dell's support page there's a new firmware and application with title "Latitude On Flash".

I have E4300 with Latitude On capable but I never used it at all.
So I thought this might be the thing that makes the Latitute On something usable.

But my installation process fails with message saying there's no flash device (module?) found on my laptop

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Dell :: Latitude E5400

Dec 23, 2009

Just purchased a dell latitude e5400, have a few questions though
Specs:

Dell Latitude e5400
14.1" LED Display

Core 2 Duo p8700
2GB DDR2 800 1 dimm

Nvidia 9200m w/256m
160gb 5400rpm drive

Intel wireless N
dvd drive

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Dell :: Latitude- Overheating

Mar 4, 2009

I have been on these forums complaining about various issues with my Latitude 6400 for about four months now. I am on my second Latitude; the first I gave back after one month in October of 2008 b/c of the relentless fan.

This one has the following specs:
-Dual Core T9400
-Nvidia 160 GPU
-4gbs of ram
-Seagate 250gb-hd at 7200rpm
-Vista Business
*the above sits in a E-port replicator/dock with two external drives roughly 75% of the time.

So heres the problem: aside from a relentless fan that never seems to turn off (which I have just resigned to), I have a serious CPU dilemma. For some reason, at odd intervals during the day, it will jump up to 50-60-% and stay there. It actually idles at about 25%. Mind you, I use ONLY Outlook, Itunes, and internet access.

This CPU usage will steadily climb until it hits 100%, at which point I cant do anything but restart the computer.

Heres the strange part: when I look at my Task Manager in this situation, it seems that EVERYTHING is jumping around and contributing to the CPU usage. The usual, more active culprits are the Search Index and Filter and the "Host Processes". Also, various aspects of Symantec seems to bog things down as well. Whats weird is that if I end one of the processes, another random process will start to use the CPU percentage that I just shut down! It doesnt matter what I do, the computer will "find" a way to use up 100%! For example-today the "Search Filter and Index were using almost 60% of my CPU so I shut the whole Index down. My computer ran at about 5-10% for an hour and then magically found other stuff to bog it down. By the end of the day, I was back up to 75% usage again...

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