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Look on the transformer, or at the AC jack. Always use the EXACT type, power specs, DC v and Amps of the original. Beware of inexpensive aftermarket cord/chager/transformers, sometimes they do not play well with your laptop. As a rule the male pin/pins is the positive and the outer is the negitive. Take a look at this: http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.aspx?k=ac+adapter+inspiron+e1505&_nks=true&c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&category_id=6348
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dell inspiron e1505 wont boot
Sounds like you are having issues with the motherboard since we are talking about a laptop here. However, there is a way on how we can isolate that the motherboard is the main problem. Remove the memory by clicking this ---> http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/om/parts.htm#wp1103163
If in case the system would still act the same, call up Dell with the service tag or express service code to have the motherboard replaced.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
I finally fixed this. I had tried the above and also removing the cmos battery. Nothing worked. I had removed all power. I took the main power battery out and disconnected the AC power for 36 hours.
It booted when I put the power back. I shut it down before it could get to windows.
I booted from a Ultimate Boot CD 4 win and did a registry restore to a date prior to this occuring. Rebooted and the the machine has been working ever since.
I always had the feeling that this was a video driver issue but the fact that it stayed in this dead suspended state with no power still baffles me.
I was able to reproduce this experiment and only when all power was removed for over 24 hours was I able to get it to start up ????????
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
could be a case of overheating.
for starters clean the fans with a mild vaccum...
If this doesn't help, the laptop needs to be opened and cleaned up internally, also apply fresh heat release compund to the processor.
That will solve it.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Remove the battery from its compartment on the side of your Dell Inspiron laptop computer.
Remove the power adapter from its plug on the side of the Dell Inspiron (if your laptop is currently plugged into a wall outlet).
Press down and hold the "Power" button on the laptop for one to two minutes. This will dispel the excess electrical current that is built up inside the laptop.
Put the battery back inside the compartment of your Dell Inspiron.
Plug your power adapter back into the side of the Dell Inspiron. Press "Power." Your laptop computer will now turn on.
hope this helps
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