I have a Windows XP Vostro 1500. The laptop will not start. Before this happened, a series of annoying Blue Screens of Death occurred last week. After that, my laptop just shut down. Then after a day, it began working. After that, it broke again. It will not work. In other words, when I boot my Vostro 1500, a light goes on and then it justs goes out signaling that the laptop is not on. What's the problem and how do I fix this?
(The fn key solution did not work, neither did the ''No AC Adaptor & Battery Boot Up'' work)
I think that you would have a hardrive issue find out if your laptop uses an ata drive or an sata drive and i would look into getting a new one. if you have any further questions you can email me at email@example.com
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- Start your old window in safe mode And follow these steps
- Return BIOS settings to their default levels. An overclocked or misconfigured BIOS can cause all sorts of random issues, including BSODs. - Update drivers for your hardware.just go to site of your laptop manufacturer Once there enter the model number OR service tag of the laptop then request driver (usually found in the web site's "Support Section"). There you should be able to find all the drivers for your model laptop Most Blue Screens of Death are hardware or driver related so updated drivers could fix the cause of the STOP error.
If problem still exists, then I will suggest you to get Intel software partner reliable program Reginout to fix your annoying blue screen problem.
Insert your windows disc. Make sure its booting from the disc drive. Let it load. Select REPAIR COMPUTER. Recovery console comes up. Choose your windows intallation (C:). Type your password (if there isnt one leave it blank), press enter. Type in CHKDSK /R. Let it complete the scan. This should fix your problem.
Go to the control panel > Power Options > go through the settings and make sure that hibernation and sleeps setting are turned off. Most BSOD are caused by memory problems and most memory problems come from the computer trying to wake up or come out of hibernation. It is a useless setting and would be better if the computer just ran.
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Reset/replace the Ram/memory. Sometimes faulty and failing ram can keep a computer from booting up. If you have 2 sticks, take one out and then try to boot, then try with just the other stick. The flashing caps lock icon means a general failure, though it is most commonly associated with the motherboard.