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E1705 won't turn on

I bumped the power cord against the chair and the power went out. Now it won't turn back on. There's just a on battery light that will show up but not stay on. HelpMy E1705 has the same problem, it will have the LCD light, and initial sound of DVD drive( the light on drive will be brief), and then it's all quiet, all the time, the LCD screen is totally dark.

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  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    My problem is that whether or not I use the power cord or battery, the result is the same, which is:
    When I turned on the power, the power lcd light indicator will lit up, and so is the middle LCD light( which only lit for a few seconds, I heard the CD drive started making some noise, ) but then the light goes off, the only light is still on the power light indicator, the whole machine is very quiet, no activities what so ever, and I have tried to remove the battery, the power cord, and nothing works.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    My problem is that whether or not I use the power cord or battery, the result is the same, which is:
    When I turned on the power, the power lcd light indicator will lit up, and so is the middle LCD light( which only lit for a few seconds, I heard the CD drive started making some noise, ) but then the light goes off, the only light is still on the power light indicator, the whole machine is very quiet, no activities what so ever, and I have tried to remove the battery, the power cord, and nothing works.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I took out the 2 gb memory module, and swapped place, still doesn't work, two of the three LCD lights are on, the middle one is on for 2 seconds before it dies.  

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    the first part of the problem is not mine, my starts here:
    HelpMy E1705 has the same problem, it will have the LCD light, and initial sound of DVD drive( the light on drive will be brief), and then it's all quiet, all the time, the LCD screen is totally dark.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I still have the same problem after resetting the Ran memory module

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    when I took out the RAM, it appears that the light indicators for Capital letters blinking, and a little noise, but then the computer dies on me. ( still I can hear some sharp noise )
    The computer was fine, a few days ago, I just put in standby, and now it cannot be started, is this some kind of hardware issue?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    i started up and hear some kind of beeps or squeaky noise, but no picture what so ever, i removed both ram, maybe i can try to do it again

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    when i remove both RAM, the machine started like normal, with all three LED lights on ( power, drive? and battery ), 2 seconds later, the middle LED light goes off ( the one indicating the machine is running ) and LED1 is still on ( the one with 9 in the lock) but LED2( the one with A in the lock), LED3 are both flashing, no other sound can be detected. thanks.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I don't have any much add-on, I can remove the wlan card, but that doesn't work, it does appear that the computer is not able to start at all before all the other drives are activated, it only lasted 1 or 2 seconds, and i just bought a new Video card and DVD-RW drive for that, it was working fine the last few days, but now i guess it's just totally dead, 

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I just upgraded my video card and dvd-rw drive for the laptop less than 1 week ago, but now it appears that i can not revive the machine at all, any other ideas that can I try? thanks.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    it doesn't matter i put in one or two RAM, nothing happens, no pictures or what so ever on the screen, this is a brand new video card which has been working properly since i installed, and the computer has been in very good condition, no abuse of any sort, so i don't know at this time whether it can be fixed at all:
    i have tried to remove the wlan together with RAM, battery, but no result, is the waiting overnight will do any tricks>

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    now, since i removed all RAM and battery, wlan card, and put it back together, when i try to start, it started in two seconds, and then die suddenly, all led lights are off

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    "I bumped the power cord against the chair and the power went out. Now it won't turn back on. There's just a on battery light that will show up but not stay on."

    this part of the problem is not mine, but someone else, i just said i have a similar problem as the post, which is the E1705 won't start

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    since i have opened the entire notebook to install the video card, which is something i have done, i just need to figure out how to isolate the problem

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I took the whole laptop apart, anywhere i should check for issues?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    now since i reinstalled everything, the power only goes on for 2 seconds, then dies

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    nothing to do with power cord, even with the battery on, the computer will not start

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    will I be able to fix the problem by purchasing a new motherboard?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I did not bump, that was not my description of the problem.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    it must have to do with power supplies, because once it was turned on, it went off in 2 seconds

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    nothing to do with power cord, i use the battery, i got the same result.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I used a replacement power cord, still the power went on for a second, then the computer dies.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    I am sorry, but what you are suggesting is basic, I won't be here asking questions if that's so easy to fix.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    this will not solve my problem, i would be better off to buy a new one though

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    that could make some sense, i just wonder whether or not replaceable?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009
  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    is the power button board=power board?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    so the power button board is the same as power board?

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    this does not solve my problem, as I stated, now every time i push the power button, the power will be on for a second, before it dies.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    this has nothing to do with my problem.

  • huharry Feb 17, 2009

    so it appears maybe the motherboard is the problem, not power button board, ( even though my power on button is not functing well, sometimes it won't power on, i have to push a few times to get it started, the button is definitely not sensitive any more )

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When you hit the chair, it sounds like you damaged the female end of the connector that the power cord goes into the side of the notebook. So the battery isn't charging nor the power flowing into the battery. It sounds like you need to send it in for a repair that may require the entire notebook to be opened and the jack resoldered or replaced.

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Before replacing the ram or accessing any internal part you must always remove the batteries and power charger plug from the laptop.

The most likely is that the laptop has a faulty motherboard, better to take it to a local repair shop and have an estimate on the repair.

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Hello,

I will suggest that bring the unit to your vendor to diagnose the source of the problem. This is the best option, however since your stuff that you suspected is totally dead then you can dissect. You have to remove all the part and verify each part to recognize which is one is not functioning. Since this stuff is quite sensitive maybe it got grounded when you accidentally bumped the cord.

All the solutions are all possible causes and fixing the problem. So its up to you if dissect your system of consult repairman personally.

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Motherboard may be toast... you are best to send it in to Dell for diagnostic and repairs.

motherboard may be toast... you are best to send it in to Dell for diagnostic and repairs.

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    Give a call to the Dell help line. They are the BEST source of help for hardware problems.

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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 17, 2009

    Try pressing SHift button five times.. That will at least show a visible pop-up

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    mohammed marika thambi Feb 17, 2009

    Try to remove one memory module if you have two of them. I would then
    replace the Hard Drive Cable, also make sure the hard drive is
    formatted. When you Check BIOS make sure that Bios sees the HD

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Please follow the step by step instruction on this link to narrow down the issue and defective part if any.
http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/dsn/en/tree?treeid=346178

Hope it helps.

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This is a power board malfunction. some how the capacitors have become unstable and unable to hold the ac/dc current. you will have to replace it unfortunately. i don't think bumping the cord actually did this. i think its just a hardware failure. (power board)

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Hi its a motherboard problem... i had the same problem that u had... last week i replaced with new motherboard and now its working perfectly ya.... so its the best solution!!!!!

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Try pulling the battery out and put it back in sometimes that reset the computer

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First off thanks for choosing fixya.com
There could be a couple things that could be a factor One being that cord itself needs to be replaced maybe broken a pin inside. The otehr is a dcjack problem. Do you have a back up battery that is charged to test out?

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    The last thing i could think off is that when you bumped it caused a surge and shorted out parts of the motherboard. I belive the motherboard is going to have to be replaced. Because its getting power even if its for a second we know its getting power. So the circuits on the board are not direction the currents properly so it will not power up.

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    John Cole Feb 17, 2009

    it is replaceable

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    John Cole Feb 17, 2009

    that is the power board but I believe its going to be the motherboard

  • John Cole
    John Cole Feb 17, 2009

    yes once you replace the motherboard it will solve your issue



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If the power adapter is able to charge your laptop battery ,if no then its the problem with low volt in the battery get the new power adapter for your laptop and then charge the laptop fully and then power on .

Good luck...

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    Try to connect external monitor and check if the laptop works ...



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Change the power chord

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    i suggest a reformat for your computer

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There are several pins that connect most power cords,when you bumped it you may have bent them,this happened to me,i put it under a light so I could see the pins, took a small screw driver and straitened them out.

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I'm thinking that when you bumped the cord against the chair, you broke the power connection on the motherboard. This is not a good thing. Usually means a new motherboard.

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It has nothing to do with the RAM. Thae are for Random Access Memory, used in conjunction with the cpu when processing data. You have a power supply issue. Did you try holding the power cord slightly to the side? This will accomodate it if it got bumped loose.

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Hi there,

You can call dell for a new charger, or if you cant wait that long, try bending the wire in diffrent positions, thats how i fixed mine, once you have found the broken wire, just wrap some tape around it :)

hope this helps matey

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • Alex Keen Feb 17, 2009

    sorry just another add on,

    bend the cable till the charge light comes on, on the laptop :)


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Only use 1 stick of RAM and then swap for the other if one does not work.
You may have a bad ram module.
Does anything EVER come on the screen? Any POST or BIOS info?
If it is black all the time, your video card is most likely the culprit.
Since it failed on you before and you had to replace, chances are there is something else going on internally affecting the video card.
Possibly a frayed/damaged video cable going to monitor, or faulty invertor board.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Let's try the easy one first:

  • remove AC adapter/charger;
  • remove the battery;
  • remove the memories;
  • remove all add-on cards (LAN, WiFi, others).
  • let it be on that status for an extended period of time (overnight).
  • re-install only 1 memory;
  • without battery but using the AC adapter only, power on the laptop.
  • if it boots, then 1 of the add-on cards is causing the problem;
  • install one at a time to determine which;
  • last to try would be the battery.
If it still will not work with the bare minimum (AC adapter + 1 memory only), then it would be a major hardware fault and you would perhaps be better off:
  1. seeking the services of a qualified professional or better still Dell;
  2. re-evaluate your options factoring in:
  • age, length of time the laptop has been used;
  • cost of repair;
  • downtime;
  • efforts to effect a repair.
Based on the above you may want to consider upgrading/replacing the unit.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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    Weak battery and/or not charging. Measure the voltage coming of the charger plug using a DVM/VOM. Further, determine if the charging jack of the laptop is loose.

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    Louie Role Feb 17, 2009

    A new motherboard is an expensive option. But first:


    • it must be established that:power is getting to the motherboard;

    • if yes, then next to check would be the surface mounted fuses. There would be several;

    • check for cold solder or cracked board/trace;

    • the motherboard could be tested dis-assembled with just the AC adapter at least for voltage checks.
    If the motherboard receives power but will not turn on, then a replacement is in order.

    In similar instances, it's often a cold solder issue with any of the surface mounted fuses.


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    Louie Role Feb 17, 2009

    The part you posted a link to is but the power button board, it is just the switches and no active components. If it (power button) was defective, the laptop will not power even for just the 2 seconds.

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    Louie Role Feb 17, 2009

    Replacement motherboards are available here and here. You may want to confirm compatibility, there are several versions of this model.

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Hey,

if this computer is still under warranty you can contact dell to get a replacement or repair for it.

If you are outside of warranty there are a few things we can try, one unplug the battery and ac adapter for 15 minutes, plug in the ac power and try starting up.

if that doesn't work, call dell and confirm your warranty. if you don't have warranty we can try other things. if you do have warranty and the repair is free, use it.

Remote the ram from the computer, start up without ram.
you will need a service manual to help you in removeing the ram from the computer available at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins9400/en/index.htm

turn the laptop off and unplug, did you hear beeps while you turned it on without ram?

Place the other memory module back in and try starting up.
if the computer starts up then all is ok you can plug in the other ram and start up again. if it doesn't start up then repeat the previous process.

if this has no effect and you don't get any beeps from the computer the motherboard most likely has a problem.

Let me know if you need anything else.


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    It seems like a hardware issue definitely. If it wasn't a hardware issue you would get picture.



    Did you remove the ram, then start up with no ram? did it beep?



    Also did you remember to unplug in the middle?



    Remove all ram,

    start up without ram, beeps?

    reinsert one ram module, start up

    beeps? picture?



  • Ekse Feb 17, 2009

    can you count the beeps for me? short and long? it tells of a problem.

  • Ekse Feb 17, 2009

    after you pluged in one of the rams does it turn on normally as in you get picture?

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Resit the memory module of your laptop.

this will do the trick.

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The battery not getting charged with the power adapter.replace the power adapter and check out it should work properly with that new.will be availasble at
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also the battery will be available if its faulty.

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Remove the battery from its back for couple of minutes and remove the power cord also.then again reconnect the cord and insert the battery and check out with both 1 by 1.

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