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SOURCE: where is the CMOS battery located in the above

it depens on the laptop;
remove hard drive covers and, accessory cover you should see a quater-sized disk usually with a colored dip plastic cover with two wires coming out of it leading to a tiny plug on the motherboard

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I have a dell inspiron E1405 laptop. when i am not using it for half an hour after opening it it is going into the following error: error code: 0148 message error code: 2000-0148 message unit:...


Go to
http://support.dell.com/support/0148
For further support as you have a hard drive error.
Hope this helps.





How to run PSA Diagnostics

Article Summary: Instructions on how to run the PSA Diagnostics, and an Error Code list with possible solutions. Table of Contents:
  1. Start the PSA Diagnostics
  2. Error Code List
Step 1: Start the PSA Diagnostics
  1. Restart the system.
  2. At the Dell logo screen, press <F12>.
  3. new_note.jpg Note: Some systems do not have an F12 key, to access the boot options you have to press the <0> (zero) key at the Dell logo screen.
  4. At the One Time Boot menu, press the <Down> arrow key to highlight Diagnostics, then press <Enter> to begin PSA.
  5. Write down any error codes listed.
  6. Use the list provided in the next section to see what the error code means.

Feb 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My laptop Toshiba Satellite model: PSA 60U-02K015. The problem is the system keeps going in a loop in safe mode. It will not go to any windows program. How and what is the problem. How to download any pach...


During start up does it give you any options to start it normally?
Try hitting F8 during start up to see if your able to get it to boot normally.
Not sure what "pach" you are talking about.
BIOS shouldn't be the problem.
Sounds like you have a virus of some sort.

Nov 02, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A65-S126 Notebook

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Inspiron 1100 wont boot up,screen stays black,i can hear the fan running,sounds like hd is starting


STEP: Run the Preboot System Assessment (PSA)
Additional Information
  1. Ensure that the computer is powered off.
  2. Press and hold <Fn> and press the power button to power the computer on.
  3. Release both buttons. The PSA diagnostics sequence begins.
  4. Make note of any PSA beep codes or PSA error codes
Check for PSA Error codes on support.dell.com.

If all Test Passed. Then Perform Dell Factory restore or OSRI.

Jan 20, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook

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The laptop screen is almost blank/black. an external monitor is working ok. when i close the lid of the laptop and open it again the screen comes on for a sec but then goes off again almost blank/black....


As per Dell Technical support LCD kit needs to be Replaced.

I Would recommend to
Run PSA Diagnostics. Check for PSA Error codes

if unable see display during PSA Diagnostics use External monitor to make note of Error code.

Check Error code on support.dell.com

If no Error codes. Then Only option is replace LCD kit


Jan 19, 2010 | Dell Latitude D430 Notebook

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Sudio 17 spontaneously shuts off


Troubleshooting With PSA Diagnostics on a Laptop Computer

STEP: Run the Preboot System Assessment (PSA)

Additional Information
  1. Ensure that the computer is powered off.
  2. Press and hold <Fn> and press the power button to power the computer on.
  3. Release both buttons. The PSA diagnostics sequence begins.
  4. Make note of any PSA beep codes or PSA error codes
  5. check PSA error code on support.dell.com

Dec 09, 2009 | Dell Studio 17 Notebook

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Dell Inspiron 6400 shuts off at randomly


STEP: Run the Preboot System Assessment (PSA)
Additional Information
  1. Ensure that the computer is powered off.
  2. Press and hold <Fn> and press the power button to power the computer on.
  3. Release both buttons. The PSA diagnostics sequence begins.
  4. Make note of any PSA beep codes or PSA error codes
Check for PSA Error codes on support.dell.com.

If all Test Passed. Then Perform Dell Factory restore or OSRI.

Nov 21, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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Where is the CMOS battery located in the above Toshiba PSA 60U-02K015 Laptop


I believe your Cmos (RTC) battery is snapped into a metal clip on the main board and is not readily accessible through an access door. I believe the laptop has to be disassembled to get to it. I've included a link to assist in this project. Good luck

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/ToshibaA65/satA65_1.htm

Sep 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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No display lights


Run the PSA Diagnostics and Obtain the PSA Error Code

To run the PSA diagnostics and obtain the PSA error code, perform the following steps:
Shutdown the computer.

Press and hold the <Fn> key, then press and release the power button.
Release the <Fn> key when the lock lights above the keyboard begin to flash or Diagnostic boot selected is displayed in the upper right corner of the screen.

Release the <Fn> key.
The PSA diagnostics sequence begins.
After approximately 2 minutes the system produces a number of alert tones.
After the alert tones, the system produces either a series of low beeps or error codes.

Note:
PSA diagnostics will prompt for input during some tests. The resulting error message does not necessarily indicate hardware failure.
For example, input is required during the color bar test. Failure to input a response will eventually result in a timeout error: 1000-0333 Graphics test timed out waiting for keyboard response. This does not indicate a graphics failure has occurred.


Note the sequence of beeps or error codes.

Initialize LCD BIST Diagnostics



You can initialize the LCD Built-in Self Test (BIST) in two ways, depending on the revision of Pre-boot System Assessment (PSA) diagnostics:
PSA versions 3019 and greater run LCD BIST immediately after failing the color bar test, via user input of <N> or waiting for it to time out prior to generating the 3-3-3 or 3-3-4 error. PSA version 3019 became available in November 2005 on various Dell laptops. The PSA version is upgraded with the BIOS.

With older versions of PSA diagnostics prior to November 2005, LCD BIST runs after responding with a <Y> after receiving a 3-3-3 or 3-3-4 error code.
To initiate the LCD BIST on PSA versions 3019 and greater:
Boot to the PSA Diagnostics.
Watch the screen and listen for the color bar test prompt tones emitted by the PSA Diagnostics. If the screen is visible, one will see the PSA diagnostics draw a series of multi-colored bars across the screen. When completed, a prompt asking if the pattern was seen appears, accompanied by a brief series of tones.
Press <N> or wait approximately 30 seconds to fail the color bar test.
Watch for the LCD BIST color generation and listen for the beeps every 2 seconds that indicate LCD BIST is running.
LCD BIST runs for approximately 20 seconds, then stops. The 3-3-3 or 3-3-4 error code is then displayed when the LCD BIST is complete. If LCD BIST does not initialize, then the system may not have been upgraded to PSA version 3019.
To initiate LCD BIST on systems with PSA versions prior to 3019:
Boot to the PSA Diagnostics.
Watch the screen and listen for the color bar test prompt tones emitted by the PSA Diagnostics.
Press <N> or wait approximately 30 seconds to fail the color bar test.
The system emits a 3-3-3 or 3-3-4 PSA error after failing the color bar test. Wait for two iterations of the failure code and then press <Y>.
Note:
On a working LCD, the PSA diagnostics shows the following message:
Error Detected, continue testing? Yes or No or Retry.


Watch for the BIST color generation and listen for the single beeps that indicate LCD BIST is running.
Patterns of flashing color should appear on the screen. With every color change, an audible beep is heard. If the patterns of color do not appear, and the beeps are audible, an LCD failure may be the issue. If the patterns of color appear, a video card or motherboard failure may be the issue.
IF AN ERROR IS INDICATED, PLEASE CALL DELL SO YOU CAN SEND SYSTEM TO SERVICE DEPOT FOR REPAIR (WE'VE JUST TRIED TO ISOLATE ISSUE TO SEE IF ERROR IS CAUSED BY HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE, OR JUST SOME CONFIGURATIONS)

Thanks and Goood luck! =)

Jan 03, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 9100 Notebook

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