Question about Dell Vostro 1710 Laptop
Assuming you did the correct bios update, you may need to remove the CMOS battery for about 30 seconds and then replace it.
Posted on Jul 05, 2012
Hopefully you can find something helpful on this site. Basically you need to flash or reset your bios now. this site also has some links to remove upgrades. LIke i said i hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: i can't use my dell
no try first to go into your webcam console and turn brightness and other things up a bit i had this problem 5 mins ago i couldent see anything in the camerea because the brightness contrast and colour was off
now just to fix my mic problem
Posted on May 04, 2009
Cd-rom will need to be extracted from unit the pinhole is lickly on the back of the unit most are. good luck please do leave postive feedback ether way for your free answer today.
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Posted on Nov 17, 2009
First, try reseating the memory modules in the laptop.
If still nothing, try removing the hard drive, CD/DVD Drive, and memory one at a time (in that order) see if anything makes it boot.
Replace the parts and try booting again.
The error flashing means a processor failure. If you are knowledgeable you can try re-seating the processor.
However, if your unit is in warranty I would call Dell and have them replace the main board and the memory modules as a set. Warning: They will make you go thru these same tests even if you already have.
Posted on May 04, 2010
1.Power down the computer by clicking the "Start" and "Shut Down" button. Allow the computer to turn off entirely and wait about 30 seconds. Unhook the AC adapter from the computer. Turn the computer over and locate the battery compartment near the display hinges. Push the latches away from each other to unlock the battery. Remove the battery from the laptop.
2. Locate the memory compartment found on the opposite end of the laptop's bottom. Unscrew and remove the single phillips-head screw using a precision screwdriver. Pry the metal door off the laptop using the screwdriver.
3. Locate the memory module. Directly under the module is a blue plastic sleeve connected to the mainboard with a single wire. Disconnect the wire and wait about 30 seconds. Reconnect the wire to the mainboard and replace the metal memory door. Secure the door to the laptop by tightening the phillips screw with the screwdriver.
4. Reinstall the laptop battery, inserting the tabs first and clicking downward. Plug the AC adapter back into the laptop. Flip the computer over and power on the system. Enter the BIOS and change the password if desired, or leave it blank for no password prompt. (Source: How to Reset the BIOS Password on a Dell Vostro 1500 Laptop ' eHow.com)
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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