Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
The keyboard shows that it is powered on, but the screen says there isn't enough memory to run and then powers off on its own. I can't get into any applications to try to fix the problem because it automatically powers off. Is my motherboard fried? I recently bought a new charger cord. Could this have something to do with it?
Hi jerry.... its not the problem with charger cord... and it should not be the problem with mother board too. its probably due to more programmes installed on C drive and computer is trying to load more programmes into memory while startup...
switch on the computer and keep tapping F8 key continuously on keyboard.. (stop tapping when you look at advanced boot options)..
select the option safe mode... and hit enter.. you will reach to desktop in safe mode... then
start -> run -> type msconfig and enter
select startup tab -> click disable all..
and apply. ok. then try restarting computer.... even if it exists.... go to safe mode again... and try un-installing un necessary softwares which you dont require.....
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