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Travelling With Your Computer

Dell™ Latitude™ D610 User's Guide

  Identifying Your Computer

  Packing the Computer

  Travel Tips



Identifying Your Computer


Packing the Computer

NOTICE: When the display is closed, extraneous items on the keyboard or palm rest could damage the display.
NOTICE: If the computer has been exposed to extreme temperatures, allow it to acclimate to room temperature for 1 hour before turning it on.
NOTICE: Do not check the computer as baggage.

Travel Tips

NOTICE: Do not move the computer while using the optical drive. Doing so can result in loss of data.

Travelling by Air

NOTICE: Do not walk the computer through a metal detector. Send the computer through an X-ray machine or have it hand inspected.

If Your Computer Is Lost or Stolen

NOTE: If you know where the computer was lost or stolen, call a law enforcement agency in that area. If you do not know, call a law enforcement agency where you live.

The Dell customer service representative will log your report under the computer Service Tag and flag the computer as missing or stolen. If someone calls Dell for technical assistance and gives your Service Tag, the computer is identified automatically as missing or stolen. The representative will attempt to get the phone number and address of the caller. Dell will then contact the law enforcement agency to which you made the report of the missing computer.


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