Could be. Not sure. I called Dell and got a fix from a hardware specialist. It's a matter of shutting down, disconnecting all cables and unplugging from wall. Hold down start button 15 secs to get rid of static electricity. Reconnect all cables and wall plug, and restart, hitting F2 button upon restart. When System Information screen appears, turn on CAP LOCK, NUM LOCK
and SCROLL LOCK
. Press ALT
and letter E
key simultaneously 3 or 4 times. Press ALT
and letter F
key simultaneously 3 or 4 times. Press ESC
button. Click on SAVE and EXIT on screen. Hit ENTER
This will apparently reconfigure the deal and solve the problem.
Originally Posted by the_patriot2008
could it be just cuz its microsoft. I mean microsoft is known for its many weird and senseless bugs. . .