Question about Dell Inspiron 1720 Notebook
My screen is devided in 4 ,on diagnostic i can see the colours on full screen .any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've put my original 256mg card in DIMM A and my 1gig card in DIMM B and have had no additional problems. So I'm just living with 1.25gig of memory...
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
This is an easy one.
You hard drive has DIED.
Call or chat with Dell tech support and get a replacement drive
Since the system is less that a year old, you can request a replacement drive witht eh factory image on it too.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
The diagnostic Error is a False positive you can ignore the diag error as the LCD is functional. If the battery is not recognized in the BIOS or you get an warning the AC adapter is not recognized, then you may have either a damaged AC adapter sensing pin (Fine wire in middle of ac adapter connection to Laptop) or a problem with the charging unit on the motherboard.
If the sensing pin is damaged or the ac adpater is not sending the right signal to the system, the battery charger will not work. SO if you have another Dell D series AC adapter, you can try it 1st. If the battery is 18 mos to 2 years old, you might see if it is IDs in BIOS and if it indicates battery state. Also the battery should have a test button and 5 LEDs on it. If the 1st 3rd and 5th LED flash the battery is bad. ANy any come on solid, then it is a % of charge, each LED = 20%
If you end up replacing hardware, then it will most likely be in this order:
AC Adapter, Battery, Motherboard
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
step 1. open up the case and locate your hard drive
step 2. carefully remove the cables and power to the hard drive and remove it
step 3. goto your local office depot, staples, walmart or radio shack and buy a nice new hard drive somewhere around 250 gigs should be plenty for you,
step 4. now that yopu have a nice new hard drive put it in the spot where your old hard drive was in the conputer and plug both cables back into the new hard drive, after this is done put your case back on and start the computer up with your windows cd in the cd rom drive and reinstall windows. :) hope this helps
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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