Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
When ever i turn on me computer it beeps then nuttin comes up on the sceen could someone help and tell me if is the motherboard???
Hi, Before putting in new ram, try checking the old one first. Most laptops memory are underneath a lid/cover at the bottom of the unit. With the bottom side up, remove the memory panel cover and unsnap the memory. It is held on each side by a clip/lock that you have to move slightly away from the memory thus freeing it and it will snap partway up. You can then remove, clean the little gold terminals and insert back. Reboot and see if this solves your problem. If not, boot as if everything is OK even with out a display. Try: 1. connect an external monitor - if there is display then it is your LCD display panel at fault; 2. shine a small flashlight on the display panel side and see if you can see semblance of your desktop, if yes then it is your backlight/inverter at fault; 3. If even with an external monitor or with the flashlight or as it is, none of the keyboard indicators function (number lock, caps lock etc) functions, then it is your motherboard/video engine at fault. Off hand, the best bet would probably be the memory. Post back how things are or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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