Question about Dell XPS M1210 Notebook
If you are getting a power LED and no other indication, you apparently have a NO POST situation. Remove, drives, RAM, Battery and Wireless cards/modem and see if any change. If you get a beep code, install one RAM module, try again. If system posts, then add items one at time till fault is located.
If no change, replace motherboard
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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