Question about Dell Inspiron E1405 Notebook
Probable video error. Likely caused by overheating due to build up of dust. The cpu gets the cooling from the fan 1st but the graphics chip gets it second and it is usually this that fails.
Try to blow out the vents with a can of compressed air, ( not a garage airline, which contains moisture), if that shifts a significant anount of dust and allows a boot up, you should strip the laptop and clean out the heatsink fan and radiator fins.
If not, issue likely to lie with the screen having failed, or the inverter failed
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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