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1) Remove battery 2) Remove wall charger 3) Press and hold the power button in for 30 seconds 4) Plug in wall charger only 5) Retry powering the laptop and if it switches on plug battery in after 5 minutes
Hi, It sounds like there is an issue with the system memory.
Remove both the power adapter and the battery. Turn the laptop over and locate the RAM (memory) cover and remove the holding screw. Take out the system memory and clean the brass contacts, also clean the slots that the memory sits in. Re-seat the memory making sure it clips into place nice and tight and replace the RAM cover.
Return power to the laptop and turn it on to see if that has helped.
If it still won't boot up then you may need to purchase new memory for the laptop.
Which way do you power up the laptop? The AC power or laptop battery? If the AC power, you should check the wire is connected well. If the battery, you should check whether the battery is charged full.Maybe the battery is aging, you need to get a new Dell inspiron 700m battery. You can get a replacement at shop-batteries.com
I have a Dell Inspiron 5100. I've had it for about three years. One day it did the same thing, no power, no fan, nothing. I replaced the power supply with a 350 watt unit from Office Max. I spent about $40 and I'm using my Dell to send you this response.