These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Track down a number of hardware problems using the Dell Latitude D620 troubleshooting guide.
Operating System ¶
Dell Latitude D620 can run all versions of Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP seamlessly (except for tablet versions of the Windows operating system).
Dell Latitude D620 uses the DDR2 memory which improves performance and reduces power consumption. It is important for users to have sufficient RAM because the larger amount of RAM allows more programs to be executed simultaneously. The D620 system has two available SODIMM slots to support up to 4GB of RAM. In addition, the memory bandwidth is 667MHz, 8.5 GB/s with dual channel, to improve performance.
A minimum of 2 GB of RAM is recommended for good system performance.
Graphics Card ¶
Dell Latitude D620 two choices for graphic cards: NVDIA 256MB Quadro NVS 110M TurboCache, or Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950.
Hard Drive ¶
Dell Latitude D620 has hard drive capacities up to 100GB. However the end user can purchase a third party SATA drive larger than 100GB if they chose.
We recommend users to use external hard drive and jump drive for convenience.
Dell Latitude D620 allows users to upgrade the optical drives to 24X CD-RW/DVD, or 8X DVD+/-RW.
We recommend users to use external optical drives for convenience.
Dell Latitude D620 provides different colors of cases for users to create the D620 systems with their personal style.
Identification and Background ¶
The Dell Latitude D620 is another laptop from Dell targeted for the business sector. The D620 has a dual core processor that makes it able to run multiple tasks efficiently. Since the Latitude is meant to be used for business purposes the parts are standardized throughout the device, so spare parts are easier to find for support. The D620 also has superior built in wifi that supports a wide spectrum of wireless devices.
Additional Information ¶
- Dell Latitude D620 Service Manual
- Dell Latitude D620 Troubleshooting
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