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Dell laptop inspiron e1505 no boot green light comes on for about 5 seconds, plugged into a working monitor and still no screen, reset ram, and I dont hear any fans or hard drive running.

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Could be a case of overheating.
for starters clean the fans with a mild vaccum...
If this doesn't help, the laptop needs to be opened and cleaned up internally, also apply fresh heat release compund to the processor.
That will solve it.

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