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Dell Latitude D630 is a thin and lightweight version of the Latitude line. With a 14.1 LCD screen and a 9 cell battery, this laptop is meant to be more mobile.

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How do I turn laptop on without the use of power button

I have a friend that has a Dell Latitude 630 laptop and recently he broke the laptop into two parts. (Part.1) Monitor and (part.2) Keyboard So my question is if the power button is located on the monitor instead of on the top of keyboard how would I be able to get power again if he wanted to use the keyboard part of the laptop with a different monitor?

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You can do one thing in this situation. If there is power button situated in monitor it means there must be two wire which was connected with power button. You have to find out that wires and similar with keyboard part. Simply touch both the wires it will turn on. If its not turning on it means there is BIOS feature which checks every devices into computer is working fine or not, and anything is not working it will let your computer turn on.Thanks.

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htownnatt, there is more than just a power button issue. Your friend will only be able to connect the laptop to an external monitor via the VGA port. The power button on a Dell 630 is not on the display portion, but it is part of the main assembly. So you must be talking about a different laptop. The power button assembly on most laptops is actually a small ribbon cable and therefore very difficult to bridge. I am sure it is possible, but not with the information we have so far.

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I have one laptop D630, it’s a very good laptop and with high performance.

Recently the power button started to fail and now does not work at all, I guess it’s the rubber conductive switch that’s located below the power button. For the moment, since I don’t find the exact cause of the failure and its remedy, I’m using it normally by the help of the docking station (this saved my life!) . With the docking station I’m able to switch it on, by other side there’s a lot of extra connections there (serial, parallel, mouse, kbd, extra usb, etc)

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BTW, if someone knows how to fix this failure, please let me know. I guess that maybe the solution can be to replace the complete keyboard assembly, as all the switches (vol up-down, vol off, and power) are mounted there. There should be any other solution different to replace keyboard, is that right ? Thanks for any answer...

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Hi all there. Still with the same situation, power button does not work. Yesterday I opened the laptop, disassembled its keyboard and removed (actually I broke it) the actuator silicon button with conductive rubber from its place. With the tester I checked the rubber conductivity and was not bat, some hunded ohms, and on the 2 carbon contacts side they look not bad as well. Now I really don't know if the failure is beyond those contacts up to any point of the flat cable in its way to the connector of the laptop's main board. I see that maybe the only solution is to exchange the keyboard assembly by a new one. But, not sure if the keyboard is the faulty item. The other 3 contacts of on-off, up-down volume are identical and work very fine.

Anyone can please give me any help or clue, thanks !!

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