Question about Dell Studio 1737 Laptop
I have acetone to try to swab the glue off the motherboard area. When powered up the computer the mouse works, it has power but does not recognize the keyboard.
I wluld guess that the wire tthat you glued does not make a good contact ...
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try the steps below and this definately should fix the issue.
Download and install the latest touchpad driver:
Uninstall the touchpad driver:
1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
2. When the Control Panel window appears, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
3. Locate the software for your keyboard or mouse in the list below.
• Microsoft IntelliPoint software
• Logitech software
• DellTouch software
• Synaptics software
• Alps software
• Set Point software
4. Click to highlight the device name and then click the Remove button.
5. Follow the prompts to uninstall the input device driver/software.
Download and Install the Latest Touchpad Driver Available:
Please follow the link below to install the latest touchpad driver.
1. Locate “Input device drivers” and click on (+) sign next to it.
2. Select “Touchpad”, click Download Now. You may receive a warning and an option to run or save the file.
3. Click Save.
4. When the Save As window appears, designate a folder (desktop) to save the file that is being downloaded, and then click Save.
5. When the download is complete, go to desktop and locate the same file.
6. Right click on it and run as administrator.
7. Click on allow and follow the simple instructions to update the touchpad driver.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2009
My best guess is, if they crackle with the speakers but not the headfones, then replace the speakers. Must be a lose wire or something of that nature.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
what is the color of the LED ight on the power button? if it is a steady amber it might be a NO POST situation. if the LED lights up normally without the fan spinning and no display on the monitor, then it is a NO VIDEO issue. you can try to power it up and at the same time initiating diagnostics by holding down the <Fn> key while powering on the system. It should show up after a few seconds with the PSA (Pre-Boot System Assessment running.
another way of testing for video integrity will be the LCD BIST. it is done by holding down the <D> button on the keyboard while powering the system on. It should show color bars during the test. you can also try to drain the flea power by removing battery and the adapter then depressing the power button several times.
if those fail, then a motherboard replacement will be the best resolution.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
BIOS password is NOT able to be Cleared by taking battery out, is stored in NVR. Is impossible to hack, crack, unless get special DELL code. Must contact DELL. provide proof of ownership, a receipt etc, then they will send you special code to enter. OR look for pay For site on internet.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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