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Re: dell laptop mo.1000 inspriron
There could be several things that could cause this actually.
1. the power supply could be bad and is not giving the correct voltage to the system board and thus it shuts off.
2. The voltage on the system board is overloading the Computers Processor so it shuts down
3. The Processor has or is going bad.
If you have another power supply or can borrow one, that would be the first thing I would try. If that doesn't fix the issue, you will need to have it serviced by a professional who can trouble shoot the problem with the proper equipment.
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Hello there: ok the first thing that i would suggest is to remove the battery and unplug the power cord from the computer now check the area that the battery connects to and get a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and clean the contact areas where the battery connects to the computer at really good and let dry next if the computer has a reset hole on the back of it use a toothpick or somthing small and press in on the reset for 2 min and than release than press and hold in on the computers power on button for one minute and release now plug in only the power cord and turn on the computer and it should now start than after it does put the battery in and let charge for a min of 30 min than you should be ok from there ok Please feel free to post a comment to me if you still have problems ok Hope all of this is very helpful for you Best regards Michael
Hello there: First you will want to ensure that the power cord is fully inserted at both the laptop and all the connections for the cord and that it is getting proper power. and check tosee that the connector thatthe power cord goes into is not loose if so this will have to be repaired next remove the battery from the computer and unplug the power cord and then press in the power button for 1 minute than if this has a reset button on the back use a toothpick or a small item and pressin on the reset button for 30 seconds now insert the power cord (NOT THE BATTERY YET) and turn on the computer and it should now start up if so insert the battery and leave charge for 1 hour than you should be ok from here ok Please keep me posted on this so i can assist you if needed. Best regards michael
Check your RAM chips. A bad RAM chip will cause this symptom. Could also be a bad MB. But check the RAM first since it's a much cheaper fix. Might also just need to be reseated. After reseating, pull the battery and power cord. Press the power button for about 10 seconds. Then reinstall battery and power cord and try to reboot. If symptom persists, it's likely the MB.
Based on the symptoms (Power light on cord is on when not connected to laptop but goes out as soon as you plug it in), the motherboard has to be replaced. YOu may call dell to ask about their out-of-warranty depot or you can call their spare parts sales dept to purchase the motherboard, then find a local tech to replace it.
well if the laptop worked till there was charge in the secondry battery its an issue with the cord or the port that connects the powercord to the laptop. ie the inlet on the laptop. check these two as well.