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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First you need to make sure that there are no other removable devices plug on the system, like usb, external hard drives, then if that will work try to go to the bios, press f2 when you see the dell logo, and go to the system setup, go to the boot device configuration and make sure that removable device is not the first boot device, if it is the first one choose hard disk and then second boot device ad cd rom/dvd rom and then disable the 3rd boot and the fourth boot device. Make sure to save the changes. And restart the system again. Once the computer is back and running try to go to support.dell.com and check the bios, download if there is a bios update for the system.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
SOURCE: Blank Screen
First, confirm that it is the screen itself. Connect the video output to a known working monitor and then power on your Thinkpad. if the known working monitor behaves the same way you can rule out the laptop's monitor as the source of the problem. This may be the BGA, Ball Grid Assembly, leadless soldering problem related to video chips on the motherboard, but first test the monitors.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: wont turn on... balck screen
Hi, I just learned here that you have to do TWO things to get it to turn on. One, make sure the slider is in the On position. Then press and hold the play button (top one on the wheel) for 3 seconds. Worked for me, when previously the only way I could get it to turn on was to hook it up to a power source (wall or USB), which sounds slightly different than you. Hope it works anyway!
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
SOURCE: My grandson was using the
It is possible that the electric motor that moves the incline has gotten jammed from the continuous pushing of the up button. These inclines have limit switches on them. To stop the motor from running in these situations. It also has a limit switch on the bottom to stop it from going too far down. You can check this switch to make sure that it is not making. Or the lower switch could be malfunctioning. This would not let the incline come back down. You also might try to unplug the treadmill over night and see if the electronics will reset. I hope that this helps you!
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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