Question about Dell Inspiron XPS Gaming Mouse Pad KU170
Blue lighted buttons on right of screen do nothing but beep when touched.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Dell XPS
this is either a motherboard, AC or battery problem. Isolate it by removing all attached devices, then emove the battery and power on the computer with just the AC adapter. If that does not work, remove try to use another AC, and another battery. if using another AC and another battery does not work, run the diagnostics on the dell laptop. press and hold the FN key, then press the power button. see if that will give you any error and take note if any of the lock lights will come up and/or blink.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Unless it is a hardware fault open the control panel>system>mice and uninstall the touchpad. Then rebott. It should solve the problem.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Remove the battery and power cable from the system and press the power button for about 5 seconds, then plug in the charger and start the laptop. it will work. shutdown it and put the battery back and start once again . now you can see its working
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
SOURCE: Dell XPS M2010 Starting Problems
If the problem is bad caps on the motherboard you can probably get your computer to start again. Plug into ac power. Turn on computer and if you get the bluethooth and power light only just leave it sit this way for a while 15 to 30 minutes. Now press the power button and it will shut off, turn it back on and repaet until it loads. It may partially load a couple times until the caps get warm enough that their voltages return to close to normal so it will load all the way. This is not a repair but a way to get back into the computer so you can backup your data before having the board repaired or replaced. This has worked several times on the computer I am working on for a customer, the motherboard needs replacing and that is going to be the best solution for my customer.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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