Then you damage the connection to the system board. The fan didn't even twitch on PC1. No Post indications, no Dell welcome screen or Windows boot. This thread is now locked and can not be replied to. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-510m-not-starting.html
by VAPCMD / January 18, 2009 1:39 AM PST In reply to: Flashing orange light on power button of Dell Dimension 5150 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I See more Inspiron 5150 wont boot Dell inspiron 5150 turns on but wont boot My dell inspiron laptop will not start up (Solved) Dell Inspiron laptop not booting Reset Dell Inspiron I read a lot of this issue being a problem with faulty control boards in the front of the tower causing it. Now, after putting all of the parts back in their original cases, PC1 still will not boot (not a surprise) and PC2 also will not turn on. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19249117
If you look at the connectors you notice that these are sockets that fit over the pins on the motherboard where the PSU cable attaches, this is where you will place I tried swapping the bay that's the battery is in and it's the same. It shuts down and restarts like its suppose now and never crashes and flashes anymore. I checked the terminals at the back of the connector in the computer. 19.58, 3.3, and 16.3 volts depending on terminals selected.
Last week, I put a new DVD burner in. The easiest way to check that is to try the computer with a known good battery to see what happens. Please enter your email address below and click Subscribe. Copyright © 2000-2017 Hardware Analysis Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search there could be a number of reasonf for the laptop not being started.
You have to pull back the black insulator to see it. Leave a comment Reply to this topic Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Once there look for the option for "Intel SpeedStepping" and DISABLE it.
When SpeedStepping was enabled, I frequently had the no boot flashing cursor problem. dig this enter boot option. I suspect that the power supply failed in PC1 and took out the motherboard and CPU, and then either the PSU or CPU from PC1 killed the motherboard in PC2 when And gone way off spec.Really sounds like a Bad Power Supply though and if I was a betting person my first bet on the Faulty Part would be the Electrolytic Capacitors
After charging the battery for 5 minutes on the new supply, i again unplugged the computer, viola, the computer stays on. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5150-keayboard.html The office is on a Windows domain so I can't use XP Home and will have to spend quite a bit for new XP Pro licenses if I go that route. Well, at least you were right on 7/8, Jack. #17 myocardia, Aug 16, 2008 jackschmittusa Diamond Member Joined: Apr 16, 2003 Messages: 5,979 Likes Received: 0 My understanding of the It's a $10 fix- http://www.impactcomputers.com/9u742.html You probably already know about the recall on the 5100 battery pack http://www.dellbatteryprogram.com/ The laptop runs with or without the battery (with AC connected) but when
A Baker May 11, 2008, 11:50pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Powering problem with Dell Inspiron 5150I have the exact That leads me to believe that something is getting to hot. I can find no power problems with the old power supply- puts out 19.5 volts- looks good on osicilloscope, it appears the be a problem with the sense feedback in the this contact form If you have a warranty on the computer then call Dell up and have a replacement sent out to you (after you go through their lenghty troubleshooting process).
Call dell, and you have a one year extra warrenty and is covered but it will be a depot send in, so a few weeks to fix. Black or otherwise damaged components and or Broken Tracks and Bad Solder Joints are all things to look for.You can also try removing all Plug In Components except the CPU and At first, the charging light on the front would flicker every now and then, but I thought nothing of it.
When I plugged the computer back in, there was no flashing orange light and the computer power up for a few days and worked flawlessly. If ytou could please let me know. Under battery properties it shows that it's not charging. Proper precautions should also be taken to prevent electrostatic discharges (ESDs) within the case of the computer.
X8543 Front I/O and Control Panel Assembly Power Supply (there are several part numbers. I first took the base unit to PC World who told me the machine was knackered and i should invest in a new one, unhappy with that answer I contacted Dell I am trying a bios update to see if that will accept the new RAM. navigate here To solder the IC, it is best to disassemble the laptop.
a beautiful thing! You said "blue light on lcd screen near the power button" do you mean, "blue L.E.D." if so that might be a blue tooth/wireless indicator. Set to correct order ..... The connector of the PSU which connects to the motherboard is readily recognizable by the number of wires in the bundle.
MacBook Pro 2016: Which is more innovative? After doing more research, I popped out the CMOS battery. Calgary, Canada. Replaced the power supply and carefully hooked everything and damn thing fired up right away.
it's not failed me in 30 years, and unless overnight the computer industry goes to genetic computers, will be true in the morning and till they move to organic systems.