... Nice site. Unfortunately, it will only show system configuration by downloading a Windows application. Is there a cross-reference somewhere from serviceMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 1, 2002View SourceOn Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 09:09:02AM +0200, Francesco Corona wrote:
> 1.Nice site. Unfortunately, it will only show system configuration by
> here, you need to log in using your computer service tag
> (this can be found on a sticker at the bottom of the notebook
> and somewhere in the bios setup screen as well) and browse
> thru documentation. this link will also provide you other
> specific information about your very own computer.
downloading a Windows application. Is there a cross-reference somewhere from
service tag to standard configuration? Mine's 96B6301.
> 2.Like drinking from a firehose, and nothing I could find specifically about
> no need to login here, but still a great basin of informations. and, wow, a
> very whole _LOT_ of links about the i5ke and its monitor.
identifying which monitor I've got.
... I d found this much, but couldn t see just where the ddesignator was displayed... ... On this box, it displays the pretty Dell startup screen; you have toMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 1, 2002View SourceOn Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 04:44:32PM +0200, Francesco Corona wrote:
> I allowed myself to log in to support.dell.com with your service tag; as forI'd found this much, but couldn't see just where the ddesignator was
> the 15'' display, it says Inspirons 5000e come in thee different versions LT,
> VT and U (Documentation -> Technical Overview -> LCD Panels or:
> http://docs.us.dell.com/docs/systems/pblan/overview.htm#lcd )
> myself as an owner of plain inspiron 5000 gathers this information from theOn this box, it displays the pretty Dell startup screen; you have to hit F2
> very first screen it displays when I switch my laptop on. it goes something
> like: Inspiron 5000 G600VT Bios Revision A08
and read fast to see the message.
Mine's an Inspiron 5000e G700LT, so it's got a 1024x768 screen.
Thanks for the help.