Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
Sounds like the motherboard, BUT have you dismantled the computer. Remove the RAM the drives, The HDD, the BIOS battery, the power cord, the computer battery and everything that can be removed relatively easily. Clean everything out with compressed air. Not to crazy though...take it easy!
If a friend has a similar computer try the screen on his once its removed.
Once clean reassemble.
Dells shortcuts are a little different than others. You may need to press F2 and run diagnostics from the boot menu or F8, or F12 which brings you to the BIOS. All at startup. Not 100% sure on ur Dell but it is on mine.
From this point I'm not sure...Hopefully this will help get you in the right direction. Best of luck!
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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