Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
SOURCE: eI have a Dell D630
I found this you need to be able to read a PDF file.
and the Dell BIOS Post Codes is a good place to look.
It sounds to me like either the Power Supply Unit PSU or the systemboard are starting to fail.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
Try flexing the whole bottom assembly. that is with the laptop open put your knee in the middle and grab the unit with one hand on the corner closest to you and the other near the screen and put enough pressure to "flex " the mobo right after you push the start button if it doesn't start try it the other way... this has been working for my grandsons d600 for 6 months. i tried a new switch board because the guy that sold me the mobo said the plug for that is known to crack and that didn't fix it. good luck ps you will know it has worked when the 3 lock lights go out and the power light stays on.
Posted on Oct 14, 2011
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