Dell Latitude XPi CD MMX
Dell Latitude XPi CD MMX Unofficial Information Center
Tips, info, and advice regarding one of the best laptops ever made.

Compiled by Jeremy Jusay

"I have checked out your site and enjoyed the wealth of info there."
-Csaba T., March 17, 2002

"Good job on the site, I love it, all the information I need. I recently inherited a FREE DELL Latitude XPi CD machine and I love it, got Linux and Windows 98SE goin' ;p Anyway, I'm glad you took the initiative to help others out like me, it's a real time saver!"
-Dealah, March 15, 2002

"Thanks a million to you and your site."
-Alex, March 9, 2002

"I enjoyed your site - lots of interesting bits and pieces."
-Paul G., February 25, 2002

"I accidentally found your website about the Latitude XPi CD and, boy, was I glad."
-Kartic K., February 19, 2002

"I ran across your XPi page while searching for info on the reported joystick feature that supposedly exists as part of the ES1887 sound interface. I found your information quite accurate and succinct."
-Jim N., February 12, 2002

"Absolutely perfect!! I had problems with mp3 playback, and tried all sorts of things: bought 32megs extra ram, tried many mp3 players, installed SB-compatible visit to your site solved my problems (by simply installing the Win95 drivers, while i have Win98SE)!!"
-Elliot, Holland, February 5, 2002

"Hi! Thanks for another great site on the web. I really appreciate your work. The FAQ section did help me a lot with the 'mp3 problem!'"
-Mark S., February 2, 2002

"I found your Dell Latitude XPi page enlightening and thank you for all the research that I know went into it. I have an XPi CD (P166MMX) that I bought for my wife's birthday last year from a new laptop store in Cincinnati, OH and can verify much of what you have discovered. My background is as a Technology Coordinator for a local school district and we used either Dell or Gateway laptops. The Gateways were the only systems I ever had problems with - the Dells were just unkillable beasts and worked despite what we did to them.
-JWM, January 29, 2002

"Many thanks for your info, you will be pleased to know you were spot on."
-Ray G. (from comp.sys.laptops newsgroup), January 28, 2002

"Nice web site!"
-John K., January 24, 2002

"Hi there. Just wanted to thank you for putting up the tips about the audio in Windows 98. I can happily play mp3's on this beast."
-Leonard C., January 21, 2002

"It is a cool page you have, I used it to get mp3's working on my Dell. I threw out the PCMCIA network card and then it could play mp3 files...COOL."
-Christian, Denmark, January 19, 2002

"Great site for old Latitude users. Thanks!"
-Paul P., January 9, 2002

"Hi, came across your site by accident. In my opinion it's a good idea to create a page where Latitude XPi CD users can collect info about their notebook. I own a Latitude XPi P133ST and an XPi CD P150ST and I'm satisfied with them."
-Andreas R., December 27, 2001

"Thanks for your FAQ. My XPi CD is on Windows 98 (not second edition). I had a problem of mp3 playback. I tried your instructions, and it had a good result. Your advice was very great!"
-kideok2, December 26, 2001

"I just bought a used Dell XPi CD laptop, and really love it. So far I have found your website very helpful, and look forward to more."
-Sherry, December 22, 2001

"Thanks for the tip about the jagged fonts. You saved me time and trouble. Appreciate it."
-Kimberly G., December 12, 2001

"Great website!"
-Roy, December 2, 2001

"Thank you, thank you, thank you!! I went to play some mp3's tonight and they all sounded slow on playback. I went into a panic attack. I installed a number of programs on the laptop (also a new network card) this weekend. I tried everything to get the mp3 player to work again. Last resort I went to Google for some help, found your post, went to 3com for the up to date driver, and bam, back up!!!!! Thanks again."
-Roger, November 19, 2001

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