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Several things can cause this....First, take a voltage reading of your power adapter. Look underneath the laptop and check what voltage should be to power it. Some of them will also list the amperage. It is very important to have a power adapter with at least the same amount of amperage necessary to power it on.
Some Dell laptops have two different power adapters. One to use without the docking station, and the other with the station. The docking station adapter will have a higher amperage than the other. You can use the higher one when the laptop is off the station, but you can't use the lower one when the unit is docked.
If the power adapter checks out ok, remove the battery and try turning on the unit with just the adapter. If it powers on, your battery is shorted. Is there any lights that are lit on the laptop?
If so, check and make sure that the memory is seated or that one of the chips has not gone bad. If it has two, remove one and try it. Then do the same with the other. Next remove the hard drive and try and power on the unit. Please let me know your results from what I have suggested. Good luck.
Remove Any Docking Stations or Port Replicators From the Computer Note: Docking stations and port replicators are optional equipment. If you are unsure if you have a docking solution attached to your computer, refer to Table 1 and Table 2 for examples. To remove the docking station or port replicator, perform the following steps: Shut down the computer. Remove the docking station: Universal Docking Stations: Disconnect the docking station's USB cable from the computer. D/Port or D/Dock: Remove any cable locks from the security slot on the right side of the docking station. Move the slide lock forward to the unlocked position. Press the Eject button and lift the computer from the docking station. C/Port II or C/Dock II: Remove any cable locks from the security slot on the left side of the docking station. Pull the locking lever forward until it stops to eject the computer, then slide the computer out of the docking station. Dell manufactures the following docking stations and port replicators (Table 1): D-series DocksC-series DocksSpecialty Docks D/PortLatitude? C/Port IIMedia Bases D/DockLatitude? C/Dock IIInspiron? Advanced Port Replicator Table 1: Dell Docking Stations (Click an image to enlarge it) Universal docking solutions are also available from third-party manufacturers including, but not limited to, the products below (Table 2): TargusKensingtonBelkin Table 2: Universal Docking Solutions (Click an image to enlarge it) Reseat the Keyboard Connector to the Motherboard Caution: Before performing any of the procedures in this section, read and follow the safety instructions in Dell Knowledge Base Article: "Precautionary Measures for Personal Safety" Article ID: 339031. Reseat the keyboard connector to the motherboard. Be sure to handle only the connector and not the cable. For information about how to open the chassis and remove, reseat, and replace components, please refer to your Online User's Guide and browse to the Replacing and Removing Parts section. Remove All Power Sources and Reset the Computer Remove the battery and disconnect the AC power adapter from the computer. Note: For information about how to open the chassis and remove, reseat, and replace components, refer to the Online User's Guide. Click Systems, then the make and model of the computer. Download the Owner's Manual or User's Guide and refer to the Adding and Replacing Parts section. Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds. Reattach the AC power adapter to the computer. Power the computer on. Replace the Internal Keyboard
see underside of laptop, remove the smaller of the two panels(unscrew it) remove memory card(it looks different than the standard PC desktop memory units), replace it with original RAM-upgrade from the laptops manufacturer(expensive !) put backk the panel and reboot.
The issue of removing the notebook is compounded by the fact that the ArmadaStation EM uses a motorized dock/undock mechanism to remove the notebook. When the expansion base has no power, it is unable to eject the notebook with the motor To manually remove the notebook, use manual eject lever to push notebook out of ArmadaStation EM. The manual eject level is a small white lever located inside the back cover of the base. To remove the notebook, push the white lever to the left. Slight pulling is required to remove the notebook completely out of the base.
1. Press and hold the laptop power button down, for 10 seconds. 2. Now remove the battery 3. Repeat step one above 4. Let the laptop sit for 10 minutes. 5. Reinstall the battery 6. Make sure docking station is unplugged, and insert laptop into docking station. 7. Plug in power supply (to dock) 8. Start the laptop. 9. IF IT STARTS, let it run a while to see if the battery is charging 10. Remove it from the dock and repeat steps 1-5 above and then go directly to 8 (start without connecting dock).
CONCLUSIONS: If the laptop started in the dock on step 9 but not 10 (only on battery), your battery or power regulator circuit may be damaged. However, if it starts in step 10 but not step 9, your docking station -or its AC power supply may be damaged Let me know how this comes out, please.