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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell E1505 not turning On
Try starting without the battery. If the battery has developed a short or is going bad they are notorious for causing a no start with Dell. If it still won't start, then a memory chip may have gone bad, this also will cause a no start with Dell. Dell's machines will not start with no memory, so check it with at least one memory chip in it. Then lastly, the power management chip on the motherboard. It's rare, but they do go out and without warning. This will have to be checked by a tech.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
One more thing you could try is taking the battery out for a minute or two, because the Eee uses the atom it has a fairly complex onboard power controller that can overclock / underclock the cpu. Sometimes this gets malfunctions and locks the PC up, the quickest way to fix it is to simply pull the battery for a short while and stick it back in. You may well have already tried this, but it'll be the first port of call.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Try this. Change the channel of your TV to 3, do you see a picture, if not. Unplug your system for the TV. Turn off and unplug the TV. Leave it off for about 10 minutes so it can discharge. Turn back on the TV and see if it re-sets. If this does not work let me know. Give me a detailed report including any brand or models you are asking about. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Take out the battery and also take out the memory as well. If the laptop still won't turn on, then the motherboard is bad. If the laptop gives you a beeping sound, then reseat one of the memory sticks to see if you get video. If not then try another memory stick into the other slot. If you still don't get video then you'll know for sure the motherboard is bad.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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