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Replace cd drive from dell 1000 laptop

I need basic instructions on how to get out old drive...

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    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    You just install the new drive over the old one, you dont need to uninstall the old one if you dont want.



    What driver is it that you want to uninstall?

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Have you ever opened a laptop before? you have to be very careful and be sure you don't ground out the motherboard which in turn could short out some components, To be on the safe side, I would take it to somebody with experience takin the backside off the laptop to install the drive. You don't want to do trial and error on your laptop.

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What does error code 1000-0147 mean?


Pre-Boot System Assessment (PSA) Diagnostics and Error Codes For Dell Computers - KB Article - 300428
http://support.dell.com/support/top...2000-0148 = IDE error
How to Fix:
Remove and reinstall the CD/DVD Drive for the error codes:
* 1000-0147
* 2000-0147
* 1000-0148
* 2000-0148
* 2000-0149
Please see the Service manual for instructions on how to remove and replace the CD/DVD Drive. Be sure to remove and reinstall the cables for the CD/DVD Drive if you are on a Desktop Computer.
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This is a Dell ONLY error code.
To find the Service manual for your model, simply search the web using:
(name and model of Dell computer) manuals

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1000-0143 Dell error


This error code is related to " Drive Smart read command failed."

POSSIBLE LINK to fix: -
http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/kcs/document?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&docid=266787#HDD


Remove and reinstall the Hard Drive for the error codes:
  • 1000-0141
  • 2000-0141
  • 1000-0142
  • 2000-0142
  • 1000-0143
  • 2000-0143
  • 1000-0144
  • 2000-0144
  • 1000-0145
  • 2000-0145
  • 1000-0146
  • 2000-0146
  • 2000-0151
Please see the Service manual for instructions on how to remove and replace the Hard Drive. Be sure to remove and reinstall the cables for the hard drive if you are on a Desktop Computer.
After reinstalling the hard drive re-run the diagnostics if you receive the same error code Contact Us.
Run the Drive Self Test (DST) from the Utility Partition also known as the 32 bit diagnostics to determine if the previous error has been corrected. If the DST from the Utility Partition does not indicate a failure of the drive, we consider the error to have been corrected and the drive does not need to be replaced.
  • 1000-0146
  • 2000-0146

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Error message 2000-0151 on dell inspirion 1545


Hi.

Remove and reinstall the Hard Drive for the error codes:
  • 1000-0141
  • 2000-0141
  • 1000-0142
  • 2000-0142
  • 1000-0143
  • 2000-0143
  • 1000-0144
  • 2000-0144
  • 1000-0145
  • 2000-0145
  • 1000-0146
  • 2000-0146
  • 2000-0151
Please see the Service manual for instructions on how to remove and replace the Hard Drive. Be sure to remove and reinstall the cables for the hard drive if you are on a Desktop Computer.
After reinstalling the hard drive re-run the diagnostics if you receive the same error code Contact Us.
Run the Drive Self Test (DST) from the Utility Partition also known as the 32 bit diagnostics to determine if the previous error has been corrected. If the DST from the Utility Partition does not indicate a failure of the drive, we consider the error to have been corrected and the drive does not need to be replaced.
  • 1000-0146
  • 2000-0146
For instructions on how to run the Dell 32 bit diagnostics click here.


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Hi I was just wondering... If I have a virus or a few on my Dell vostro 1000 laptop that caused me to be unable to get windows updates or anti-virus updates which disabled or eat my anti-virus software...


Yes it would be better to save your data to an external hard drive or flash memory stick. Remember to scan the this data before you copy them back onto your laptop, if the data files are infected with viruses you will infect your laptop again.
If is best to re-install Windows, the installation process will allow you to delete the old partition, create a new partition and then select a full NTFS format, do not do a quick format.
For further instructions, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
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http://www.fixya.com/support/r6298168-restoring_dell_computer_or_laptop

For your device drivers, please click on this link:-
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Dell 1000 Inspiron won't get past start up screen, frozen


Had this exact problem on the same model (Dell Inspiron 1000) laptop. Solution was simple: remove battery, problem goes away. I guess the battery was so far gone it was hanging the BIOS on startup.

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I have a dell inspiron 5150 and it won't start up it started with NTLDR is missing I tried to replace these files with new ones didn't work. I have 2 laptop another one is a compaq armada 1750 now the 2...


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Apr 02, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 5150 Notebook

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Fresh install


Thats ok so I believe the HDD and the memory diags have passed and no error codes. Make sure the windows XP CD is there in the drive and turn off your system. Now try this remove battery and ac adapter.Press power button for 10 seconds. then connect only the ac adapter. Here is the link for instructions on how to boot from the CD.
http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/dsn/document?c=us&l=en&s=gen&docid=4F6B48DB99ACDA78E040AE0AB7E15F49&journalid=5F92BDA5083A9D4AE040AE0AB6E15F8D&Query=&SystemID=&ServiceTag=&contenttype=&os=&component=&lang=&doclang=&toggle=&dl=


Follow this and let me know if it works

Jan 06, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 1000 Notebook

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Replace old cd rom with new one


i have to agree, its either you have a professional do it, or you can do it too, just have to be extra careful. the link below will give you tons of tips on how to open / clean / replace parts of your laptop. it gives out general ideas, it may not be Model-Specific, but you will have the general idea on how to get things done... good luck buddy.

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