Question about Dell InspironTM 1501 Notebook
First try a new power adapter. If that doesn't work try to turn it on with only a power adapter and no battery. If it still doesn't work try what the other user posted and reseat your RAM (Memory) which is located at the bottom of the computer. You can even try one stick at a time and try to get rid of any static that the RAM chips may have by touching yourself to any metal and then touching the RAM chips on a piece of cardboard. Did you do any hardware changed before the problem occured?
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Remove all drives, Modem, Wireless card and Memory, see if the error changes. If it changes, *** 1 memory module back and see if the system will POST, if no go try the other. If you can get the system to post, then add items back one at a time till you ID the broken item. and replace it. If the system never completes post during troubleshooting, then replace the motherboard.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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