Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
I have exprince about this problem and i solve many times only u need to update bios... how its diffcult ...coz u need to open laptop and remove ic then u have a programmer for reprogramming ... bios file i can send u that's if u send some 1 they will cahrge u for mainboard price... but this way is very cheap... my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
Does any of the lights come on? Because Dell Inspirons have a bad habit of the AC input breaking. this means that the pc will not be recieving any power from the cord, and if the battery is completely dead the computer will seem dead too. try using your battery/cord in another simalar laptop and see if it work there. if so then you will need to get a professional to inspect you motherboard.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Norm.. Suffice to say these are a problem. Is it a P35 Adapter? If so look for a replacement and retry. If this does not help Check the CMOS battery voltage as crazy as it may seem but the Dell adapters are a little more complicated than a standard 2 wire output adapter. They have a 19V Feeder or main supply, The Negative or Ground as some people/techs call it as well as a 3.3V data circuit thats related to the Embedded controller chipset, BIOS and other circuits on the board. Also see if you can find a friend local with a known good working battery/adapter if you cannot afford or dont want to spend money on it. If all else fails yell back weve repaired a ton of these and they should have been included in the 5150/5160 Dell Class settlement in my opinion as they have a ton of similar components/issues..
Good Luck! Ken
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
Dell power jacks are notorious for losing the solder connections. If all else fails remove the motherboard, use a solder wick and remove the old solder and resolder the connections. There are four pins that are close together so you need to make certain you do not over solder. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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