Dell Inspiron 6400 Auto Power-up
And what would be the fix? Eyolf April 25, 2007 | Great site! Also reseat any cable and connector you can find and access. I have started it without the hard drive, without the graphics card, and without the DVD drive, just in case one of these were faulty and were causing a boot malfunction. http://windowsrefund.org/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-6400.php
dell inspiron 15 5000 - black border around the screen issue Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA I sent it to Toshiba with no clue whats going on with it. I have already replaced LCD-cable, inverter and LCD-screen. Thanks, Debby 0 Rik_ 111 7 Years Ago You should never ever try a power supply from another make of laptop. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-inspiron-6400-auto-power-up.117036/
I know it's not a faulty DC jack since the battery gets fully charged all the time. Make sure that your memory sticks are good. This does not indicate any common failure, however from your description it seems the system has power but is not able to power on completely because one of the components may Start the system i safe mode (F8 right after ...
If it still will not boot up, then one of three components is bad. It depends. We've tried powering up with the battery adapter plugged in. May I ask, How then can I solve this problem?
I would check the video cable first. Flashing-On-Flashing = LCD 7. Hermanus March 4, 2007 | I can't actually even get into windows to get as far as system restore, no safe mode or anything. I opened up the laptop case, removed the LCD screen assembly and reseated the video card and… Surprise, surprise, the laptop started fine with an external monitor attached.
View all 7 comments Report Ty- Jan 23, 2013 01:45PM Thank you so much Zohaib for the above info. Any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated!! If this Satellite A75 was purchased in the United States, take it to an authorized repair center. cj2600 September 2, 2006 | Billy, Try to reseat the memory module first.
It's a compaq 2ghz, 1 gig of ram. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-670225-dell-inspiron-6400-not-starting You have mentioned that the Num Lock light flashes for 7 seconds and then the computer powers off. Warm puffs of air but not engaging. After that it didn't show anything on external monitor ever again.
Why isn't it booting up? see here TV's "Watchdog" and "Rogue Traders" have warned of this recently zubairsJun 9, 2013, 11:32 PM Hit F2 on powerup, or F10 to enter setup, then change the boot sequence to cdrom, Try reseating memory, move it from one slot to another. So, the only part that I added before it failed was the LCD screen assembly.
I don't know if it's b'coz of battery life but most of the times the AC adaptor is connected when I use it. I just bought it used 2 weeks ago and it worked fine for a week. Read more: How to troubleshoot and fix laptop video problems Laptop has bad video on the LCD screen. this page Instructions on the page 127 shows how to lift up the keyboard.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I think you might have a problem with the motherboard and it has to be replaced. If it is not that, then I have to assume it is the motherboard.
It's possible this is a known issue for your laptop model and might be it was fixed in the latest BIOS release.
Press the power button and it powers up for about 3-5 seconds then shuts down. I would also try to minimize the system, remove modules (hard drive, DVD drive, wireless card, any other cards) one by one and try to turn it on after each removed You can try reseating the memory modules in the machine to try a fix for the problem; also you can try one memory module at a time and check if the Nothing at all comes out of the speakers or on the monitor.
I have a thinkpad a21m. If I power on again, I might get the Compaq logo but not the "Press ESC…" line. Question about Dell Inspiron Computers & Internet 1 Answer Not charging batteries power supply from mains and switch on again or press any key to enter, but battery is still not Get More Info The last problem that I can think of is ...
Unplug everything, including video adapter from motherboard and nothing. The fact that I have to remove the power to be able to even try and reboot, leads me to believe that something in the power circuit to/from the LCD is But after a minute or two a further message indicates '...press F1 to continue of F2 to enter setup ...' Replacing the second RAM module, get 'the amount of system memory