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Second is memory... Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I understand that there can be a submission error, although rare on most systems, it does happen. tgell, Mar 12, 2012 #7 JAFL Private E-2 tgell said: ↑ Try this. click site

Reply Leave a comment Helpful +4 Report Rustyk123 Jun 20, 2009 12:29AM a dell will do that for one of three reasons. After cleaning the cooling vents, take the compressed air and **** out any debris that may have accumulated in and around these ports.Clean the RAMClean the golden edge of each memory when I press on button, the left light? Ask a question and give support. why not try these out

And if so, what's a normal charge just to diagnose? Rikky, Mar 12, 2012 #12 JAFL Private E-2 Rikky said: ↑ At this point I would get a multimeter and test the power supply and the battery,its not hard if you Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

My other option was to look for an inexpensive model with low ram and a small hard drive and swap mine into it (2g & 120G hd) I'm not sure which BTW this symptom is one of a dead battery and no AC connection. Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator dvk01 Moderator etaf Moderator valis Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor capnkrunch Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Working on a laptop with the fault descrition the same as your cure and having replaced the battery the laptop sprung back into life.

Caliban, Mar 16, 2012 #21 JAFL Private E-2 Caliban said: ↑ Greetings, JAFL... I'll give the cmos a try this week. Buildup inside these vents impedes the cooling process.Clean I/O Ports The back of the notebook PC has a series of ports. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-102298-dell-inspiron-e1505-won-t-boot Dell has a problem with their chargers where the it may be the center pin on the CHARGER connector gets pushed in.

JAFL, Mar 12, 2012 #13 Rikky Wile E. But the 2nd time it happened,(brief flash of lights-then black screen, nothing) I changed the CMOS battery and Voila! I'm not sure exactly how to fix this but I may open it up and see what I can do. I read the rules, I just suck at remembering stuff.

Question, why would a charged battery make a difference?

Rikky said: ↑ When you connect the AC does a power light come on anywhere on the laptop,either on the front or near the power connector to display power is connected? This morning, after leaving the computer in standby mode, I came back about an hour later to a computer that would not come back into operation. but dell really needs to not make it necessary to completely disassemble the thing to get at a part that will need to be replaced every now and then.

Press the power button. get redirected here but all laptops have worrisome failure rates. The laptop (inspiron 1526) was not starting, nothing on the screen, probably because it uses the CMOS battery for booting. Arctic is a good brand.

thanks so much. If the light next to it doesn't turn on, you definitely have a dead motherboard.Mobo replacement procedures can be found in your Service Manual located on support.dell.com. I've been leaning that direction anyway, considering how cheap laptops are these days. http://mffonline.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-e1505-won-t-even-boot-standalone.php unless there is an unused slot (or daughter board) where a video card can be installed.

Sounds like I'm running out of possibilities though. This will be my next step later this week when I get a chance to take the machine apart. You can also test the battery with your multimeter,if it reads less than 3V replace it.

I guess next time I'll pay for an extended warrenty!

Other wise get ready to buy a new computer. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I would try charging the problem laptop's battery in the other laptop then try it in the problem laptop. Sign up now.

Edited by njlock, 28 July 2008 - 08:19 AM. 0 #8 The Admiral Posted 28 July 2008 - 08:41 AM The Admiral Trusted Tech Technician 1,067 posts Refurb is always a It says something like boot 1something. It started to power up (but the screen was still black) and it powers on for about 7 seconds and then just dies. http://mffonline.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-e1505-6400-lcd-flicker.php Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

For testing remove all but one stick of memory in the first slot '0' try to boot then put the other memory stick in same slot,do the same with both memory Several functions may not work. Report Stan.- Jun 15, 2010 08:53PM A note of thanks TS. If it doesn't, one of the sticks went bad.

Sprache: Deutsch Herkunft der Inhalte: Deutschland Eingeschränkter Modus: Aus Verlauf Hilfe Wird geladen... If it doesn't work with a charged up battery there is a hardware problem inside the laptop. Some electronics components on the motherboard failed, in most case the power jack failed or there are a short in some SMD capacitor or MOSFET directly after power jack. THANKS Nov 28, 2007 #1 pyromaster114 TS Guru Posts: 246 1) HellRell.

I did replace the Motherboard figured it might be a electrical issue. Tried all that, no luck. Wähle deine Sprache aus. The grounding yourself is important, but I've never had a problem.

Literally nothing ever comes up on the monitor. Static electric charge on the motherboard, Power circuit in wrong state; your laptop has static electric charge inside capacitors made power circuit in wrong state.