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At login, my DELL INSPIRON E1505 laptop freeze - I have windows XP - SP2 - Can you give me instruction to fix the problem - I know it has trojan and other virous

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Dell Inspiron e1505 running XP professional SP3 freezes after login.


Your profile might be corrupted. You can try boot into safemode and see if you can log in from there. In order to boot into safemode, you have to press F8 button during startup. Then select boot with safemode, wait for a little splash screen of text to go away. you should be able to login from there.

If you can't login as yourself, try login as administrator account. Then create a new account.

Aug 09, 2011 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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I was looking for step-by-step install guide to putting new hard drive and loading Windows XP on my Dell Inspiron E1505?? I purchased a WD 320GB SATA hard drive to replace my dead 80gb hard drive....Dell...


All you've got to do is:

1) Insert the new hard drive.
2) Press the F8 key as the laptop boots. This will take you into the BIOS.
3) Locate the disk drive priority setting in the bios.
4) Set Priority 1 to your CD/DVD drive and priority 2 to the 320GB hard drive.
5) Save settings and exit the BIOS. This should reboot your laptop.
6) Insert the Windows XP CD.
7) It should not start the setup as it recognises the CD.
8) I will recommend that you format the drive before you install, go along with the format (make sure it does a full format).
9) After the format it will reboot your system.
10) You will be prompted with a message like "Press any key to boot form CD", DON'T press anything otherwise it will start all over again.
11) Now it should start the install. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Mar 15, 2011 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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Start menu freezing


This sounds like you may have a virus running up cpu time or a trojan of some sort, try running a virus check Antivir is a good free virus cleaner, also run spybot search and destroy to look for spyware. sometimes viruses attack windows system files to keep you from being able to get rid of them.

Jan 18, 2010 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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Inspiron e1505


Hi,
You should be able to restore the system from the recovery partition on that model laptop.
Shut down the system. Then start it up. Right after pushing the power button to start it, hold down the CTRL and keep tapping the F11 key(for XP). If you have Vista just tap on F8(no need to hold down CTRL). A symantec recovery application (PC Restore) window will start up. just follow the instructions on the window.


Regards.

Sep 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have media direct on laptop inspirion 1505...it was not being used and now it comes on automatically and i can not get to opening page for password to internet. when I exit media direct express, the...


First hit ctrl-alt-del at the same task manager will open and you can shut it down there then go to control panel and click on add/remove programs, select media direct and click uninstall

Jul 27, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Freezes after logging in


It's time to reinstall the operating system--you have had a virus destroy the boot/load sector, thus the lag.

Apr 11, 2009 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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Laptop freeze's


are you sure it freezes or Its just taking a long time to load ...after instalation of new sp system has to reconfigure.also have you installed correct sp2 version.If youve installed wrong version possily it has crashed and youll have to reinstall os and then install sp.I use xp sp3

Jan 06, 2009 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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Virus?


J-nine, It certainly looks like you have one...Download spybot and adaware. And run them and your updated virusscanner in safe mode, so the adware will not start up with windows.Please let me know how you make out.
thanks.

Mar 04, 2008 | Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook

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Cd drive skipping


hey,
i have inspiron 6400 myself, with vista home edition installed.

your e1505 is the new version of my dell

spec and review here on e1505 http://blog.miguelovitch.dk/2007/12/18/dell-inspiron-e1505-replace-6400/

I can watch movies both online and 'offline'. DVDs, mpeg, avi, and wmv format and more.

I think you have some problems with your media player or codec.

Are you using xp or vista?

/michael

why pay for software?

Dec 18, 2007 | Dell Inspiron™ E1505 PC Notebook

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