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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would not give up your Vista but just add XP to your computer. I too need to run some XP programs on my Mac for my work. There are two programs to help you do this. One is VmWare and the other is Parallels. These programs allow you to run another OS in a "virtual machine" I use Parallels on my Mac and can drag and drop files from one OS to the other. You will be able to run you XP programs and keep your original OS in place. This will protect your warranty/service relationship with Dell and give you what you want.
Not often do you really get to have your cake and eat it too but this is one of them.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Awesome, I'm glad reseating the lcd cables did the job. Its crazy how the littlest things can cause such a mess sometimes. Your very welcome and when you get the chance, please rate my solution. Hope your weekend is a great one!!
Posted on May 16, 2009
unplug power adapter from the laptop
hold power button down for ten seconds
this will drain the laptop power completely.
place battery back in and plug power adapter back in.
Now turn your laptop back on.
let it start normally
if you using Windows XP go to start button then control panel then power options and in the power meter tab see the computer sees your battery. check to see if battery light is on.
if not then buy your battery from.
Posted on May 29, 2010
SOURCE: dell studio 1735 will not
Make sure the battery is properly charged. Have you tried turning it On only with the charger plugged in? Remove the battery, plug in the charger and turn on the laptop, it this works and the machine turns On, your battery is bad, there's nothing you can do, but to replace with a new one. I would also recommend you to turn on only with the battery installed (hopefully this is what you were doing, if so, you don't need to repeat).
Even if without the battery, it didn't work, then you need to be more careful as it might be a complicated issue. Possibly the power supply unit or the motherboard. You may check the Ram, HDD, CD/DVD-Drive, etc.. for faulty. If you have previous experience in opening the case of your laptop, you can give it a try. Open the Ram cover, and make sure it/they is/are seated properly, try with a new one or with another working Ram. Reseat the HD-Drive, Reseat the Cd/Dvd-drive.
If you can hear any beeps, that's would be of great help in troubleshooting this issue.
Try whatever you can but don't try what you can't.
If it's still under warranty, this would be the best time to claim it.
Please post back with the outcomes. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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