ryan.leathers at globalknowledge.com
Wed Aug 2 09:12:29 EDT 2006
The guys in my Tech Svcs shop work on D620's all the time. They are an
authorized Dell Service Center.
If you can escape to Apex over a lunch break or something and bring it
with you I'll walk you back there and we'll get you fixed up. They'll
probably make you turn the screws to avoid liability, but at the very
least you'll have someone who knows exactly what to do right there.
Let me know if you are interested.
On Wed, 2006-08-02 at 09:04 -0400, Douglas Ward wrote:
> I need to remove the keyboard on my Dell Latitude D620 laptop to install a
> wireless card that should (hopefully) be supported by Linux. My Dell sales
> rep assured me that the card would work. We all know they know what they
> are talking about when it comes to linux support. Any ideas as to how to
> remove the keyboard? The documentation that comes with the card says to
> reference the laptop documentation. A check there doesn't say anything
> about this. Surely someone out there purchased a shiny new laptop (like I
> did) that had an unsupported wireless card snugly hidden below the
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