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Re: computer turns on but nothing happens
Your monitor should have nothing to do with the internet
Are your internet lights on
Have you moved the system maybe causing something to become loose.
Is the monitor plugged into the wall correctly and into pc correctly
can ypou hear windows starting up or does everything just go black
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No guarantee but you can try this. Remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter. Hold down power button for 30 seconds. Plug in AC adapter but leave battery out. Try to restart computer. If it starts, reinstall battery. It worked on a Gateway I was working on last week. Worth a try.
Remove and re-seat your RAM cards. Remove your battery but leave the power supply attached. Try to start. If this doesn't work, your motherboard has died and needs to be replaced. Not a do-it-yourself job unfortunately.
nope, it is your dc power regulator board. you will note this happens if the battery is in or out of the laptop. that is the key test. some regulators are on the main board and some are seperate for this reason. I think the vostro though is on the main board. A little board re-work will resolve this issue after replacing some components, but this is way beyond a home user's ability.. trust me on this. Sorry for the bad news. Thanks!
okay close laptop remove battery, open ram / memory compartment, remove memory. try holding down power button for 3 minutes. THEN INSTALL BATTERY , NOT RAM/ MEMORY AND PRESS POWER BUTTON AND IF YOU HEAR A SOUND THAT GOOD NEWS THE SCREEN MIGHT COME ON, OR IT MAY NOT, BUT YOU SHOULD HEAR A BEEP, IF POWER BUTTON REMAINS LIT HOLD DOWN TILL COMPUTER TURNS OFF, THEN INSERT MEMORY/ RAM AND FIRE IT UP. WORK THESE STEPS
All Dell laptops have a similar design flaw (in my opinion). The socket where the power cord plugs in to the laptop is probably loose. Use a toothpick or something to check it. Don't use anything metalic. If the socket moves easily then it has probably come loose from the motherboard. You may want to take the laptop to a computer repair shop to have the power socket soldered back to the motherboard. If you have the knowledge you can do this yourself but I don't suggest it. Laptops have a LOT of small parts. Hope this helps! Thanks!
Try taking out battery and plug in power. If it works, battery is faulty.
If not, try taking out your hard disk plug in power, if it works, hard disk is faulty.
Try taking out memory card, if there's a sound, memory card faulty. If no sound, it's your motherboard that is causing the error.