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Suspend To Disc

I left my CPXJ on last night. Connected to 110V power adapter. This morning when I went to wake it, I got an error message "Suspend to Disc failed.MKS2D is not compatible with Bios". The yellow battery light is on, apparently when it goes into suspend it disables the 110volt adapter. Anyway the battery is completely discharged. I checked the 110V adapter and it is putting out the proper 20VDC. However, It does not power up the computer and does not charge the battery. It worked fine last night, but the S2D thing has things a fouled up. I can not get the thing to boot I can get to the setup screen, but after a few seconds the machine shuts down.. I need HELP.

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Try running DELL Diagonostics
run a diagnostics
turn off your system
press and hold Fn key ,power on the system, leave fn key
it will start running a diagnostic
let me know if you get any error or if you are able to see any video on the screen.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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