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Try removing the memory, hard drive and battery. With the system plugged in (obviously) see if it will boot. Be sure to remove both sticks of memory. One should be located on the bottom of the system and the other should be located under the keyboard. *NOTE* Once the battery, hard drive and memory have been removed, before you plug the laptop in, press and hold the power button for about 5 seconds. This will drain any remaining power. If your system still does not boot, I would say that they problem is with your motherboard. If the system does power on, shut it down and replace your components 1 at a time until you discover which part is possible defective. Keep in mind that only the motherboard has to be an exact match. Other components that may need replaced such as memory only need to be compatible, they do not need to be from Dell.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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