I turn it on and nothing comes up... i tried shakin it and it came back, but if i flip the screen to hard the screen goes, away.... whats the problem how can i get it fixed, and how much will it cost???? at low prices
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Hi there, try to do a hard reboot on your system. I suggest you have the system turned off, and when you power it up from the system itself hold the power button not just push it. It will beep and turn on but while you are holding the button it should beep beep again and turn back off continue to hold the button and it should boot up 1 more time. or you may have to let go of the button and hit it 1 more time, but it may help your situation
Could you please post back with the status of four lights at the back of the system title ABCD. Also does the system shows the dell logo on the screen as and when the power light comes on.
Try removing the memory and disconnect the HDD and the optical drives from the motherboard and then power on the system. If the system comes on reseat all the above components one by one.
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Sorry to hear about your V6000 problems. If this problem has just started and all was OK before this happened.! 1. Remove all media from drives. 2. Remove battery and A/C power input. 3. Flip unit over and remove the memory. 4. Disconnect the CMOS battery. 5. Remove the Hard Drive. 6. Flip unit over and Press the Start Button for 30 seconds. 7. Flip unit over again and re-install the Hard Drive, Memory and last, the CMOS battery. Note ... 8. Reconnect the unit to the A/C input supply voltage. Leave the battery out for NOW !. Flip unit and try to start with the Touch Pad Led's. This should bring up Quick Play. If your unit starts and you here several beeps, Don’t worry, !! You should be able to access the BIOS screen. You can reset your date and time. If you are still not able to start unit, drop me a email and I will try some other ideas. Hope this works for you. !! Try it, It may work !! John Ray firstname.lastname@example.org Readers please rate your information, even if you disagree, it shows the technician, you care enough to respond. Thanks.
I had the same problem. Here are the steps I took to fix it.
1. Adjust the power options on your laptop to ensure it does not sleep/hiberate ever.
2. Reset the camcorder by inserting a paperclip into the hole in the
tripod mount. Hold the paperclip in there for about seven seconds.
3. Then immediately plug the flip into the cpu.
4. You may not see anything besides the little blinking white light on
the USB arm for a while (about 30 minutes maybe) but leave it in.
5. Eventually it should spring to life and show the recharging battery
on the little screen (the Flip Share program may start too.)
6. Leave it charging until the little white light stops flashing - full charge about 3 hours.
7. You can then remove the flip and change the power settings back to normal.
Have you tried resetting the camera? Hold down the power button and the red button simultaneously until the camera shuts off (takes about 10 seconds). Then, just press the power button again and the camera should turn back on. I had the same problem; when I pressed the red button to stop recording, the camera froze, and the red light remained on. I tried resetting it like this, and it seemed to work.
MOST SCREENS R NOT ON IN THERE RESTING STATE, THERE USUALLY A MECHANISM THAT TURNS THE SCREEN OPEN WHEN IT OPENS, TRY SLIGHTLY PUSHING THE SCREEN BACK LIGHTLY TO SEE IF IT COMES ON HOWEVER IF U CAN RESET IT , TRY THAT IF THAT DOESN,T IT WOULD HAVE TO BE REPAIRED FROM THE MANUFACTURE