Question about Dell Studio 1558 Notebook
My dell studio 15 suddenly stopped working after its initial error "Your graphics card suddenly stopped responding". I tried connecting to the external display source. But it was showing exactly what is showing in my laptop screen. Some blurry lines. But the laptop boots with Win 7 and proceeds to the login screen. Then suddenly, the laptop restarts or shuts down. I thought that the graphics card has the problem and consulted with DELL team. They suggested me to change the motherboard with the graphics card. My friend gave me an idea about a jumper switch which could bypass the graphics card. Is it a viable solution?
No dear, there is no bypass jumper in it, go for the solution dell suggested for you
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you will not be able to put os in the same hdd on a computer.also if vista is installed on one hdd & the other partition is on the same hdd so please try not to install 2 windows on same hdd,its not possible...
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Awesome, I'm glad reseating the lcd cables did the job. Its crazy how the littlest things can cause such a mess sometimes. Your very welcome and when you get the chance, please rate my solution. Hope your weekend is a great one!!
Posted on May 16, 2009
The Dell Studio 1537 has 2 video options, UMA Intel and ATI HD3600. Both solutions are built into the motherboard and essentially not upgradeable
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
If you look at the front of the CD drawer you will see a little hole which will take a strong paper clip when it is straightened out.
Push the paper clip into that hole press firmly and the drawer will release so that you can get your disc out
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Check the BIOS for PC Health settings. It is possible that you have put a low value for "Critical Temperature", which makes the Laptop to turn off.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes, this has been helpful. This could be an important clue. I wonder, however, why it would not turn off every 30 minutes throughout the day then. "
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