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Re: My 1150 inspiron
Have to replace the screen u can cheak cables conecters pop up that top lid over the hindges 2 screws and flat head to pop it up u can see connection and how to remove pretty easy on ebay they have parts for it ok screen u need rate me as fix ya ok
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You may have a burnt board or the input pin is bad, try wiggling the pin while it is plugged in to see if you can at least get the fans to start you obviously have a short of power in the power button area. You may want to try replacing the power button board for your model this may offer you a solution. If you take it in they can test it with a meter to make sure that this is the problem before a board issue is determined. It is difficult to diagnose this kind of things without the machine in front of me. My advice is to take it in and have the power investigated. Just because the lighting on the battery is going and showing signs of life does not mean the power button is not bad or not getting the proper power to start the computer. It seems to me that the power button board is bad. Or the input cord pin may be shorted out and only supplying power to the mains but not the power button circuitry. Just a good guess!......John
This is either 1 of 2 problems. Your ram in the bottom of the computer needs to be pushed in all the way, or *********** board is toast. Which is the CPU on the board. And laptops will not allow you to change the CPU. They are hard wired on the mother board. Good luck. Sounds like you might have had some over heating problems with this computer as well.
Have you tried right clicking on the desktop (opening Display Properties), clicking on Screen Saver tab, Clicking the Power button, and setting the power schemes to Home/Office Desk? If its set on laptop it will reduce the processor speed when running on battery. I have noticed that even with it plugged in that some times it will run at half processor speed. Try that out.