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Freezes immediately When I turn it on it tends to boot up just fine but once being on for about a minute, before I have a chance to open any programs, it freezes. No combination of buttons pressed gets it out of that so I turn it off. When I try to turn it back on, the green lights light up but then immediately go out. For the next few hours after that, it won't turn on anymore. I bought a new AC adapter thinking that the problem was that the battery wasn't charging properly but that didn't fix anything. Before I buy a new battery or spend anymore money I was wondering if anyone had an ideas as to what the problem is. Thanks.

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  • jeny1288 Oct 14, 2008

    I tried the discharge thing and it is acting the same. Do you know what kind of system board I should buy for a Dell Inspiron B130, or should I just take it to a shop and have them replace it?

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Hi Jeny,

Please check if your system still under warranty. There are only 2 possible issue you have. Motherboard problem or could the system memory that causes your system to slow down and not to boot to the operating system.

1. Try, removing the system battery, disconnect the power cord. Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to discharge.

2, Turn on your system using the power cord only.

If the system will turn then it shuts off after 5- 10 seconds. It is the system board causes your computer not turn on. The board can no longer hold power. You might need to replace the system board.

You may also check if the ac adapter you purchased is within 21 days because it is under their return policy. You can request for a money back.

Keep me posted.


Posted on Oct 12, 2008

  • Jeff R
    Jeff R Oct 15, 2008

    Hi Jeny,



    I apologized for my late response. I just resolved my issue with login. I was not able to login to my account.



    With regard to your inquiry, i suggest to call you computer manufacturer to get the type of system board. You may also check you system specification by going to www.support.dell.com using your service tag.



    You may enter your service tag using this link,



    http://tinyurl.com/26sfmx



    Keep me posted.



    Thanks.

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