Can you give a little more information? Did the Laptop Fall? What Color is the light that blinks? Amber or Green? So far it Sounds to me that you Power Supply is Dead or Bad and or not charging the Battery....
First Check the battery status light? Is the Power Supply Light (Lite). you might want to try removing the battery and using only the Power supply!
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If it doesn't boot at all not even to bios then Id say you got bad ram. If it boots to bios then shuts down its a heat problem and it needs to be cleaned or the fan replaced. If it boots to bios then a black screen and all lights are on then Id say hard drive. If it doesn't power on at all or lights come on but nothing else then the GPU has more than likely got to hot and solider has broken down losing connection. I haven't seen this on a dell but have seen many HPs do that.
Hello The fault should be of its bios backup battery. It is 3V disc battery. Just switch On the system, and press 'delete' button during boot up to enter its bios settings, and see whether the time is correct. If not set the time and reboot again and see whether it boots up normally. If it does, and it won't boot up normally after shut down, repalce the battery with a new one, set time as dectibed above once again. The system will be alright. OK.
Does the laptop power up just no charge the battery? If the laptop does not power on then you may have a bad power supply in the unit. If it does power up than you most likely have a bad battery connector of blown fuse on the motherboard. The flashing of the BIOS is done with a bootable cd or floppy but this will not keep the new battery from charging. The reason Dell states that you need at least 10% battery to flash a BIOS is because if your AC power goes out while you are doing a BIOS upgrade and you don't have battery power the BIOS will be incomplete and your laptop will not boot again without replacing the motherboard.
open your computer plate then refix RAM and clean dust from all circuit.also reattch all cables connectors.then put your cmos cell for 15 minutes thenrefix it.ten it resets to factory defaults.then save all settigns.then restrt the computer and then check your harddisk is propely detected or not.
The flashing caps lock is an indication of a failed POWER on Self-Test (POST)
Remove the HDD, Battery, AC adapter, RAM and Modem
Press and hold power button for 15 seconds
Connect AC, see if you get any beep codes. If you do, power off, disconnect power, insert RAM, connect AC and reboot. If system boots, power off and add hard drive. If it doesn't, replace the motherboard.
If the system boots with RAM, but fails to boot with HDD, replace HDD 1st.