I have Dell inspiron 6000, i have big problem that is giving me lot of pain , whn my system boots up, it works fine for some time but then after with in 1 hour its screen goes in flashing colored lines, and system stucks then i have to shut it down force fully. but when i try to start it again, it doesnt start for atleast 10 minutes. only caps led blinks for some time and goes off.. some one told me to remove your RAM clean it and reinsert it, i did the same, but problem is still there..
looking for solution so that i can be on my foots back where i was working fine with my laptop....
You will dust problem in fan cooling system.first remove mother board from laptop( take care esd precations). 1 remove cpu cooling mechanism 2 .remove screws attached to fan and be careful not to damage fan blades. 3. remove the settled dust at the metal fins (use twizer & forced air) refix all the things test it will work 4. if it still doesnot work then graphics chip will have dry solder and requires professional help
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you need to give us additional details on the problem. to attempt to offer a suggestion, if you see display when system is starting and goes blank only after it goes to Windows, most likely, this is video driver related. attempt to boot to last working configuration. Restart, press F8, then select last known-good configuration and then Enter. You can also try to boot in safe mode, then uninstall and reinstall your video driver. Another thing you can try is to system restore Windows to a previous working state. Hope these helps
Sounds like a definite no boot issue. Turn the system on to the diagnostics (Fn + Power) see if the diagnostics show a failure. If the hard drive passes diagnostics, then boot to the XP CD and try repairing the WIndows installtion
Have you tried this: 1. After removing the battery 2. Press and hold the power button for at least 10 sec. 3. Put back the battery 4. Turn it on
if this doesnt work, there could be a problem with your operating system. Try accessing safe mode if you can login .TAP F8 continously on the dell logo screen, and it will open advance boot options. (Just select safe mode) If safe mode boots properly try running system restore to restore it back to the previous date where your computer is still booting to windows. Hope this helps
When you see the Dell logo, it means the system is booting and you see the splash screen that is generated on the motherboard. Apparently this is where it is stopping. Here's what I would do: First when you boot the computer, press F12 to get the boot options. Choose the diagnostics and run the system diagnostics. You can also try to press F8 to get the computer into safe mode, but I'm thinking if you see nothing other than the splash screen, that may not work. If you are presented with Windows boot options, choose safe mode and do a system restore. The last thing you can do if you have the Dell system recovery disk is try to do a repair from that CD if it allows you to do so.
Try booting with your windows xp installation cd in the drive. See if it will give you a repair or restore option when doing this. If it does not then it's possible your computer has a virus. You can check this by booting up with your anti virus cd in the drive and let it do a system scan. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.