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Re: It will not do any thing. no lights or nothing. Will...
If no lights turn on or the fan doesn't spin, try removing the battery and checking the pin connectors. You may have bent one and it is not making a proper connection. Could also have an obstruction. If this doesn't work, try replacing the power adapter. But most adapters have a light which tells u if it is working. If it's off...that's your problem. If the adapter works,replace the battery, you may have overcharged it to the point where u killed it completely.
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Use the Restoration Disk. When asked choose Repair. (Non-Destructive Installation)
You are missing basic Windows files. Boot loader files. Also you may have to prepare to replace the harddrive. May have bad Sectors on it. Means I would copy off all personal information, after getting that laptop going again, or you may lose it.
When you see the Dell logo, it means the system is booting and you see the splash screen that is generated on the motherboard. Apparently this is where it is stopping. Here's what I would do: First when you boot the computer, press F12 to get the boot options. Choose the diagnostics and run the system diagnostics. You can also try to press F8 to get the computer into safe mode, but I'm thinking if you see nothing other than the splash screen, that may not work. If you are presented with Windows boot options, choose safe mode and do a system restore. The last thing you can do if you have the Dell system recovery disk is try to do a repair from that CD if it allows you to do so.
You need to go to www.support.dell.com and select "I'm looking for drivers and downloads". If you don't have the proper version of Adobe you will be prompted to install it. Once installed return to "drivers and downloads" and enter the "service tag", (serial number) of the 6000 laptop. Dell keeps a listing of drivers for every customer's computer they sell. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.