I was careful not to hold the soldering iron on to long so as not to heat up any surrounding parts. So I will use my laptop with out battery and keep the AC connected as a desktop!! Of course, if you already own a hot-air rework station then you might be able to pull it off, I don't know. Also if I do manage to find a new Harddisk what software do I need to load up and in what order. http://linux4newbie.com/can-anyone/can-anyone-see-anything-wrong-with-this-hjt-file.html
You should find the top of the case will separate from the computer. However, when power adapter is plug in, the power LED & the Battery Led is blinking non-stop & can't be switch on. Try this several times if necessary. From what I can tell this is part of the LCD display assembly. https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/hardware/threads/36245/dell-inspiron-1150-will-not-start
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Have to do some testing if I ever feel like taking a working laptop apart that is. Here's what I did based on my x60 battery maintenance procedure. HEAT...It's what's for dinner Reply With Quote 02-11-10,11:21 AM #12 jombo View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Jan 2010 I got a problem here now I am Any ideas?
I didnt have a FL1 chip so i removed FL1 and cleaned and reapplied new solder but problem still there. What the YouTubers don't understand is the chemical and heat properties that are needed for a successful reflow, so they just think you can put it in an oven and be Now I can stop wondering what is wrong and get a new battery. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/17355363 S_S K | March 26, 2008 10:38 AM | Reply That's EXACTLY my case: Dell Inpiron B130, dead battery with the 4 orange + 1 green flashing.
Completely dead. For me this worked out ok as the laptop is a beat around out in my dirty dusty shop anyways. I plugged it into AC power, and lo and behold it worked. Advice, contact The IT Guy at [email protected] i may be blunt, but i know what im talkin about.
Lesson learned. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/592534-Dell-Inspiron-1150-Power-Problem I reseated the RAM, no good, so I removed the battery and tried with just the AC power, same results. Did I mess up the soldering job, or does the problem lie elsewhere (e.g. at the end the problem was with the core that cover the AC connector on main board, it was in short, that cause that never power up.ReplyDeleteMayo HardwareWed Apr 20, 08:29:00
So you have either a bad CMOS battery or CMOS Chip. To be sure it wasn't the jack i hardwired a dell pa-10 to the motherbrd. Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) About Me Hoosier Newman Hoosier Newman is known as the Laptop Doctor in Charlotte. The ceramic caps will fail before electrolytic caps in laptops.ReplyDeletemumpsimusFri Jul 20, 01:23:00 AM EDTThe power jack on my Vostro 1500 broke.
IBM Thinkpad R40 DC Jack Toshiba TECRA L2 DV9000 Freeze and Shut Off Issue DV9000 Power Issue New Year Same Problems ► 2009 (9) ► September (9) Visitor Map Followers Simple any advice on this issue would be awesome. When it starts to fail your computer will not turn on. http://linux4newbie.com/can-anyone/can-anyone-tell-me-whats-wrong.html At any rate, I've ordered a new battery from Dell.
like there is a short in the board in that area. I had exactly the same problem as described. Strong magnetic fields can corrupt data or damage/magnetize some hardware to the point of making it unusable.
could use some help thanks Martin McGlynn Jun 24, 2010, 10:33pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Dell inspiron 1100 power Any suggestions? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. It's a funny name.
Route it where it won't touch anything else and use hot glue to hold it in place and cover it up. I did not buy a new part. The strange thing is that today I brought it into work with a view to getting the Desktop Support team to look at it. I hate those latptops with those data pin connections on them.
You get no beeps because the code to tell it to beep did not load. Such invisible cracks can be easily caused by mishandling during manufacture of the rare-earth magnets or assembly of the laptop lid. replacing the memory and the cpu helps nothing, athough the iagnostic mode (holding FN+power on) shows one led blinking and two on, which decodes as CPU problem (seen such a decoding You will not get a P.O.S.T.
Brad | January 5, 2007 11:35 PM | Reply We have an Inspiron 6400 that is only 5 months old, and the same "fault code" has started on the battery charge From what I can tell this is part of the LCD display assembly. This is the switch that controls the stand by function when you close your lid. Brad | January 20, 2007 6:39 PM | Reply After a few phone calls, and some trouble shooting with Dell, it was determined that the battery on our Inspiron 6400 was
For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 15 of 15 Thread: Dell And now I will never have to worry about loose power jacks etc either. The 1150 still worked with the battery until it died. Once the contact was interrupted everything worked perfectly.
I am thinking it has a short somewhere on the board but not sure. It seems like you're going through a lot of work and risk. I replaced mine and I am using my Dell 1100 to send this message. Hope all this makes sense - Thanks in advance for any help - don't know when I will be able to check for any feedback as I am relying on the
It usually becomes cracked on one side from not being able to carry the current. Melvin | January 22, 2007 4:26 PM | Reply this started happening to me like 1 week ago. I always kept battery in while mostly having laptop plugged in when I did use it. thanksReplyDeleteThe GeeksterWed Jan 04, 08:26:00 PM ESTHi.
Now while I had the laptop apart...I cleaned everything and I made sure and certain I was grounded good before I touched anything. Let it get low on power for once. I cleaned the heatsink and processor and put Arctic Silver on it and the GPU heatsink. The charger does have a green light that is illuminated, but not very bright.