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try to remove bios battery on the inside and short the pins with something iron like a screwdriver for a few seconds, remove the battery pack too when doing this, you should be fine after that,
ps. you might need to set some bios parameters when starting up again
DELL Laptops usually have a bulit in self test. You can enter it either by pressing F10 key at boot time and then go down to "Boot to utility partition" or "Hardware test". If there is no such menu, you can still find your "Drivers and Utilites" disc. Put it in your optical drive and boot from it. You will be asked for starting tests by pressin Keys "1" or "2" or so. Once you booted into the main menu choose "Test System" and finally "Run tests". Optionally, you could specify the hardware part that you want to diag, but harddrives take most of the time, all other components are tested within a few seconds. Thus you can take the full diag as well.
Have you tried System Restore? If not familiar... Start Button ---> Help ---> System Restore ---> "Restore my computer to an earlier date" --> choose an appropriate date, maybe a few days earlier than the problem.
Re-boot and see if works! If you are ceratin that the problem arose simply from hibernating, then restoring should do the trick!
I would try clearing the cmos battery. It's located under a small door under the laptop battery.
Unhook the wire (laptop unplugged) and let it sit for 20 minutes. Hook it back up and try to power up.
If that doesn't work www.pcrepairhelp.net has techs that work on laptops.
Can you select "safe mode" from the boot menu? As much as I hate to recommend it, I think you should wipe the hard drive and reinstall Windows (I hope you backed up everything of value on your computer). If you can't successfully reinstall the operating system, then I'd say, in all likelihood, you have a defective hard drive which would need to be replaced.
It sounds like the computer is booting into the administrator account, which also maybe safe mode.. When the computer boots up and is stable (give it a few minutes) go online and go to the following site and downoad the shown program. It is called Malwarebytes Anti-Malware tool. Download, run and update this tool. Perform a quick scan and when the scan finishes, click on the "show results" button, then delete every infection it finds. When it is done, reboot the system.
in os installed not corrected driver (s).
1. when goin bott press F8 and select "Dont reboot when error..."
windows go in blue screen, and write to screen what still by error (file name)
2. Try boot in safe mode. Find and delete this file.
3. Boot in normal mode.
If dont work. Boot with help WinPE bootdisk and scan your system by Viruses and Malware
Remove all drives, Memory and wireless cards, see if the indication changes. If no change, replace the motherboard. If they change, add memory back one module at a time, see if the system will post. If one does, then the other is bad.