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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Re: Suspend To Disc
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.
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This happened to me once. Try giving at least a couple hours to run and if it is still stuck, power it down, disconnect the battery and AC cord for about one minute and then reinstall battery and AC cord.Boot up and see if it runs successfully. If not, a system restore may be in order...
Nothing beats a complete "Shut Down" through the Start menu in the lower left-hand corner of your Windows screen. This allows all open windows to be properly closed, with current data saved, memory and cache cleared. This is like going to bed at night with nothing on your mind, sleeping soundly, and waking up refreshed in the morning. Then, when the computer is powered up the next time, it will be operating at its optimum performance levels without being "bogged" down with excessive leftover garbage from previous sessions. There's nothing wrong with powering your laptop, or desktop, down by clicking the power button and letting it go into standby, sleep, or hibernate mode, much of the time. It leaves you with a quick-startup the next time you are ready to use your computer, and most of your open programs will still be running in the background. Clicking on your logon will have your right back where you last left off.
1. Take the battery out of the laptop & try to turn on the laptop using power adapter only. If the computer turns on, then the battery is defective & needs to be replaced. 2. Make sure the power adapter is not defective. Test the output voltage of the power adapter using a voltmeter. Compare the voltmeter reading to the nominal value written on the adapter or the laptop. 3. If you have another processor which is compatible with your laptop's model, try swapping processors & test to see if the laptop will work. 4. The motherboard could be defective & needs to be replaced.
Try to take out the battery and just use the adapter to power it on, If your done with that then try just using the battery to turn it on, if it still won't give a single light. If you can borrow an ac adapter for that laptop try it , If it still doesn't work. You'll need to replace the motherboard. Just make sure the ac adapter your gonna use is working good.
there could be a myriad of issues here. You should post some symptoms, like what lights are on, or what error messages are being displayed. Is the battery plugged in all the way? Do lights come on, then go off? Was the laptop left out in the cold last night? We need a little more to go on than this, in order to solve your problem
I'm inclined to believe something is going on with the DVD drive, perhaps a I/O cable or driver issue, it just seems like what you said about the drive sounding like it's trying to read is a clue, what I would try if you have not already ,is since you said you can get to get to the Bios usually the default for boot sequence is CD/DVD drive first unless you change it, see if you can change the boot sequence from DVD drive first to HDD first and see if you can bypass it, then it might just boot, if that works then that was the cause,I see no other reason why the Drive should be trying to read other than the boot sequence. if not then it might be more complicated and could be a hardware issue somewhere,
Ok... As i understand the issue there is too much flea power in the notebook that's the reason why it doesnot power up....Perform a Hard Reset...Hard Reset can be done by unplugging the A/C Adapter pin from the notebook and then removing the battery and then pressing the power button for 30secs without the battery and the A/C Adapter Pin connected to the notebook... This should reslove it incase it does not please conatact me and i will surely help you out with the issue