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The problem maybe the RAM, it is faulty or just needs reseating to make proper electrical contact. Reseat the RAM and then boot up your laptop. If it still does not boot up then remove the RAM module/s and take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you.
turn off laptop , remove cables and battery then press and hold power button for 8 secs. Reinsert cables and battery then turn on the pc. Observe if there is power on the laptop by checking the keyboard if there is light on it. You may check it at the upper portion of your keyboard. If it still wont boot, you may have a bad memory or hard drive. Normally if it is a system problem, your unit won't turn on. Consult ACER for possible repair of your laptop
for me this is the try and test situation, try to remove ram -- look what happen. or try to turn on the laptop with the xp cd in the drive rom, there a similar case and the problem solved after i take out the keyboard and put it on again.
See if you can run the Pre-boot System Assessment (PSA) diagnostics. To run the PSA+ Diagnostics on this system, perform one of the following actions: 1) Hold down the <Fn> key while pressing the power button. 2) Turn on the system, press <F12> at the initial Dell™ logo screen, and select “Diagnostics” from the boot menu. 3) Disconnect the AC power and remove the battery. While holding down the power button, insert the AC connector into the back of the system. The system then starts and the message “Diagnostic boot selected” displays. The system then launches the PSA+ Diagnostics. According to Dell specs, there is no error code listed that you described, (Flashing Caps LED). Also try reseating the memory modules, (you might want to try this first). Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
Did you say that you CAN plug in a mouse or keyboard and the machine boots fine, or are you asking if you can do this? If you computer is freezing up at the BIOS screen then most likely you have a failing memory stick.
If you are familiar and comfortable doing so, try removing both sticks (if you have two) of ram. Make sure you have the battery removed and the power cord unplugged. Then try to boot up the machine without the RAM and with only the power cord plugged in. See if you get any type of message or response. Then, hold down the power button to turn the machine off again, remove the power cord, and try booting with just one stick of RAM at a time.
if you can hear the one beep sound when booting that means your laptop's system is in good condition. try putting it in the external monitor if still you cant see anything both in external and the LCD just install the old keyboard and press the Fn then external monitor... hope this helps...
Nothing is booting ......when in earnest I say that is the BIOS screen at the beginning not going too. When you say the lights all go but the computer does not BOOT can you clarify please what goes. Now you say the processor fan does not work I imagine you are INSIDE the unit to know this try pushing down on the CPU firmly with your hands it may have dislodged slightly it can do this sometimes.....Ive seen it happen.
Now for the not booting I need to know what is if any?.
We can only assume that because the cd drive operates then the motherboard is operating in part, although, the southbridge chip may be damaged, as the northbridge works memory etc.
Maybe it is that the processor is fried as there is no fan and the system then shuts down.
Toshiba are probably half way there with the answer, unless; they investigated further and decided it was not the processor but the motherboard.