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JAFL, Mar 12, 2012 #8 JAFL Private E-2 gloozit said: ↑ How about pulling out the hard drive and re-inserting it,making sure it has a good connect? Ahhh right then its not power issue/battery issue its a display issue,I say display but it could be something more serious. Check and replace the laptop screen video cable connection if it’s faulty. unless there is an unused slot (or daughter board) where a video card can be installed. useful reference

But I don't know whether its a good idea to try it myself or not?? plodr, Mar 16, 2012 #20 Caliban I don't need no steenkin' title! All rights reserved. it may be your power supply failingB.

If the laptop still doesn’t turn on, most likely you have Screen, Processor, Graphics Card or Motherboard failure. (How to clean or replace Laptop RAM). This is a process of elimination I guess.Click to expand... If your power pack passes this test you can eliminate to about 90%. Hijacking another's thread is against forum policy. :major the mekanic, Sep 26, 2013 #24 MilleniumMeister Private E-2 Gah!

My shop would have to charge you a minimum of $100 for a CPU reseat and/or a motherboard burn test - and that's with no guarantee that the problem(s) would be Search for: How to reprogram (Flash) Laptop BIOS How to check and troubleshooting Laptop Power System How to test Power Button ON/OFF Continuity with a Multimeter Cleaning or Replacing RAM/Memory modules Thanks 0 #6 The Admiral Posted 28 July 2008 - 07:53 AM The Admiral Trusted Tech Technician 1,067 posts Sorry about that, it looks like your model does not have a Already have an account?

Either it will boot or it won't. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Laptops and Tablets Today's Posts Laptop will not turn on (Dell Inspirone1505) ByHellRell Nov 28, 2007 Hi, I am hoping you guys(or gals)can offer Question, why would a charged battery make a difference? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-102298-dell-inspiron-e1505-won-t-boot Später erinnern Jetzt lesen Datenschutzhinweis für YouTube, ein Google-Unternehmen Navigation überspringen DEAnmeldenSuchen Wird geladen...

I took the bottom access panel off the memory and took the chips out of the A and B slots. JAFL, Mar 12, 2012 #17 JAFL Private E-2 Update: I did a CMOS reset but it didn't work. You will need an electronic Schematic Diagram for Laptop Dell Inspiron E1505. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now

If so, do you just unsolder it and solder in the new one?

I'm waiting for additional fan to arrive. Click here to join today! Dell Inspiron E1505doesn’t turn on at all Dell Inspiron E1505won’t turn on at all, when you plug the AC adapter into the laptop, there are no lights, all led OFF.

Both ac and battery, just ac, just battery, etc. see here 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? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I'm assuming they do.

Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Hardware Hardware, Components and Peripherals Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful hub, where This would last about 30 seconds, and then it would power off. I reseated the HDD and all was fine again. this page All Rights Reserved.

Replace laptop screen if it’s faulty. (How to replace laptop screen) Processor failure; your Dell Inspiron E1505 turns on, but the screen stays black there is no display with Power light What would I pay to have a techie do it for me? the lock keys stayed on except the number lock which flashed.

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.

Edited by batteriesinc, 06 July 2010 - 09:36 PM. 0 Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Hardware, Components and Peripherals · Next Unread Topic → Similar Topics 5 In this case most likely you have you have a faulty screen or bad video cable connection. Thanks for your help.Click to expand... Should I even be wasting my time with this train of thought?

I would advise you to start a new topic - it's hard for us to keep everything straight, and starting a new topic will allow our helpers to focus on your Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English You can try replacing memory modules. http://windowsrefund.org/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-e1505-black-screen.php Dec 15, 2008 #11 drumstick TS Rookie Also worth noting that these new cheaper laptops are not built to last forever.

Coyote - One of a kind Well the first thing I'd try is a cmos reset,you'll have to take the side off the computer though,disconnect from the mains and find a But always suspect small spills of coffee, soda, and other liquids. I do not have the resources to test each part of the notebook. That's the simplest possible solution from what you've said here, that may work. 3) It sounds like you might have hit the typical DELL defect in well...

In this there is chance you have failed Motherboard, check motherboard electronics components temperature with your finger and test the voltage and continuity with a voltmeter. Dell laptops are extremely reliable, compared to Sony, Toshiba, and Compaq... It is just a piece that is soldered on and I can't tell what route it's taking. Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...

Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem? No worries, I appreciate the help. My shop would have to charge you a minimum of $100 for a CPU reseat and/or a motherboard burn test - and that's with no guarantee that the problem(s) would be IT SEEMED to work, when i turned it on, the lights were no longer blinking.

I read around the internet and found a solution, which was to "reseat the memory". Posting more than once with the SAME thing in the post content is unacceptable... this happened all of a sudden with no symptoms beforehand. lights up for 3 seconds, then shuts off no sounds of any kind, nothing on the screen.

Third is dust, pet hair, and fiber in the CPU cooler fan or cooling channels. The failed electronic component has to be replaced. (How to test Laptop System Power) BIOS failed, System power (3V/5V) work fine, you can measure the 3.3V and 5V on the motherboard, If there is a slot where a video card can be installed, you can just install a good video card and your video issue should be resolved. Unfortunately though it didn't work, but worth a shot.

Other than that I'm back to cmos reset and I would still eliminate the power supply by testing it properly. It says something like boot 1something.

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