Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
Hello, The hard drive operating software or the hard drive is bad. You will have to try using the recovery cd to reload the software.
Posted on May 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a ground fault issue in the DC JACK.
There are escentially 4 circuits in the jack and one is not making contact.
1: Negative Charge circuit (outter ring)
2: Negative Run circuit (outter ring)
3 Positive (Inner Ring)
4: Signal (center pin)
I believe the negative charge circuit (outter ring) is not making contact internally. Typically what happens on that model DC Jack is the tension contact metal becomes fatigued, and does not touch the outter ring.
This could come from Heat causing early fatigue of the metal.
Or normal wear, the metal has simply worn out from regular insert/removal.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2008
The battery has 5 small dots in it. Those are there for no reason. Those are actually LED lights. There's a button you can press. If we number the lights 1-2-3-4-5 with 1 being closest to the button, check the lights when you press the button. If 1-3-5 are lit, that means that you have a dead battery and needs to be replaced. Other than that, you're battery might still be working but nearing the end of its life. Goto support.dell.com -> drivers and downloads -> enter your service tag or system type -> download Dell Quickset. Once Quickset is installed, it will diagnose your battery automatically and let you know if your battery already needs a replacement. It is just sad that batteries are covered with a separate 1-year warranty only. You can also go to www.dellbatteryprogram.com and check if your battery was part of the Dell Battery Recall Program.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
usually, its an indication that the battery is nearing the end of its useful life. you can try to use another battery to isolate it further. If the same thing happens with another battery, chances are, the mobo is failing. Flashing the BIOS can usually help with battery issues. If another battery works fine and your computer is within its first year since you bought it, you can request a replacement battery from Dell
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Dell inspiron 6000 laptop battery URL(UK shop): http://laptop-battery.org.uk/laptopbattery/1001074.htm
Dell inspiron 6000 battery URL(US store): http://www.cheap-laptop-batteries.com/laptop-battery/dell-inspiron-6000.htm
Dell inspiron 6000 battery URL(AU Buy): http://laptop-batteries.com.au/computer-battery/dell-inspiron-6000.htm
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Hello I own a Dell Inspiron 6400, i guess what happened was that it must have overheated of so but its on the screen your system automatically powered off because it became warmer than expected. This may have been caused by:o) operating or storing the system in an environment where ambient temperature is too high or o) obstructing the air flow from the system fan vents. if this problem recurs please call dell support with error code #M1004. strike the f1 key to continue. f2 to run the setup utility pressf5 to run onboard diagnostics.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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