Dell D600 when I power on, leds start blinking but doesnt turn on at all. I already remove hard drive, battery, memory ram, cd rom and get the same problem. Some times, the laptop turn on but if I the could back again. I clean the dust between the processor and the fan, that's make the laptop work fine for a few weeks but sice yesterday it doesnt work.
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There should be a screw on the bottom holding the cd rom in place. Unscrew the screw and then with one end of a paper clip put it in the small hole on the front of the cd rom and the door should open. Now go ahead and pull the cd-rom out.
Now you can go ahead and put the new cd-rom in place and put the screw in and then turn on the laptop and let it boot up into windows and windows might redetect it. Go into my computer and you should see your cd-rom in there.
Unplug your battery and then plug in AC adaptor and see if laptop powers on. I assume you power button doesnt turn on at all? If so, your motherboard seems to have a power issue. Unfortunately, you have to replace motherboard. If laptop. powers on withour battery then you then battery needs replacement.
Remove the battery the ac adapter,the memory.the hard drive and the cd rom.Press and hold the power button down for twenty seconds.Replace the memory first then the battery and the ac ,power up if this works add the other pieces one by one.REMEMBER BEFORE YOU ADD EACH PIECE THERE MUST BE NO POWER ,NO BATTERY OR AC ADAPTER.
sometimes this indicate a fault with memory or the system itsef.Before you begin you will have to remove the battery and the ac adapter.Remove the memory modules .Replace the battery and the ac adapter without the memory.Power it on if it comes on and beep several times then the memory is bad.If not remove the battery and the ac once again.Press and hold the power button for twenty seconds to clear the nonvol memory.Replace the memory the battery and the ac adapter.If still no go remove all the same items along with the hard drive and cd rom,Insert the battery and the ac adapter try again.If you hear a beep this time replace the battery(remember whenever you install to remove power).If nothing works and you none of the desired results you will have to replace the motherboard.
BEFORE YOU REMOVE ANY DEVICES FROM YOUR COMPUTER REMOVE THE BATTERY AND AC ADAPTER.Pull the battery out and try using the ac only,if this works use a toothbrush and clean the contacts on the battery and the computer itself.You can also remove the memory and the cd rom plus the hard drive.see if it will power up with all these out.Last option with all these removed press and hold the power button down for twenty seconds.
The test Dell advises to narrow down this issue is to remove the battery, hard drive, ram, and optical drive. Next plug in the a/c power cord and you should get some LED's coming on. If not it points to the motherboard.