Question about Dell XPS M1710 Notebook
Dell XPS M1710 Display is out. First the laptop screen woudn't work, and now the remote. I use the Dell D/Dock PD01X. However, the laptop screen does not work in dock or not, battery or AC power. The remote screen output went out last with a flickering, blurry output first for just a minute or so. The remote monitor indicated that signal was shut off and went to "sleep". The graphics card is a NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX. This seems to be a hardware problem - possibly a dead video controller (graphics) card.
I have a e 1705 w a ge7800 go card and the video card is more than likely the problem they are junk ive had 3 of these things rplcd since 2007 in mine it seems the 17 in monitors put off an extreme amount of heat for these systems and the cooling fans are not large enuff or theyre just not enuff of them if you look in other forums youll see your not the only poor sap that bought into dells **** good luck and sorry to be the bearer of bad news they run about 300.00 just for the video card
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
If the video card is not working , then you'll need to replace the system board.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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