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So I went ahead and bought a new motherboard and that didn't fix it (oops). Dell XPS M2010 MXP061 useful links: How to clean or replace Laptop RAM. There were some capacitors and other things that had to be re-solder on the mother board. make sure you connect this. http://divxeo.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-m2010-won-t-boot.html

If my answer was helpful, please rate it "4 thumbs up" Thanks! Anonymous Nov 26, 2008 I have exactly the same issue I have exactly the same issue TNT_1 Dec 01, 2008 Hey Guys,I had the same problem with My 2010 Dell.I came Techs don't see m2010’s often so supervise closely. Didn't work. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/xps-m2010-won-t-start-up-at-all-339616/

So I turned off the computer and blew out the dust by blowing into the fins on the backside. So does this mean its the sound/audio card? Stuff we learned.

Mar 23, 2013 | Computers & Internet 1 Answer How do i reset my computer to an earlier date? no bios. POST seem to be running but there is no display. Don't forget the heat sync glue.

any-one, any-ideas? Sep 29, 2008 #3 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 Try Memtest Also I got mixed up with XPS (Dimension XPS was once PC only, and it still gets me sometimes) Benchtest (although Possible problem and the fixes steps: Power circuit in wrong state; your laptop has static electric charge made Power Circuit in wrong state. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-xps-m2010-wont-start-up-blue-power-light-and-bluetooth-light-stay-on.167944/ How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question.

Once the BIOS screen is presented, you will have to scroll the entire page(s) to find the clock. Anyone know any low level diags for Dell laptops? Nov 21, 2008 #15 computer101 TS Rookie XPS M2010 blackhole I replace the video card and guess what. Check at each step to make sure you have all the screws & jumpers in where they belong.

I try to use system restore and it says that there is no restore point. You may NOT copy or distribute the content that appears on this site without written permission from Fixya Ltd. © 2005-2015, Fixya, Ltd. Removing the battery, wait for a few hours, then try again.2. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.

Nope. this content Nov 13, 2008 #11 bigbucko TS Rookie Topic Starter I tried everything I could but could not get it to boot. Power and bluetooth led on, and no boot. Melde dich bei YouTube an, damit dein Feedback gezählt wird.

Restarted. Test the laptop with an external monitor connected to the VGA or HDMI port, press the appropriate key to switch to it (Fn key + F4 key in most laptop). I would run memtest but it won't boot at all. weblink Using the the up, down, left, right, PgUp, PgDn & Enter keys - navigate to the clock hours and minutes and adjust as needed.

Shut it off & continued reassembly. Certain things like a Blu-Ray DVD Drive needs to be installed and hooked up internally in your PC, while something like Headphones or a Keyboard simply just needs a USB-based transmitter Ask a question and give support.

Do you guys experience more fan noise since A15 too?

So my advice is to just keep calling and speak with their supervisors. Dell :: M1530 Has Become Unresponsive, Where To Start? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This guy is right. Oct 5, 2008 #10 echiloki TS Rookie Hi, I viewed your posts while trying to find out what was wrong with my XPS M2010.

Her Rep on the phone had a hard time finding the part number for that, & is actually sending a full mother board kit again because its "supposed" to be in Pay close attention to which screws go back where, or just leave them in the frame and don’t tip it upside down. I suspect you have a dead CMOS battery - worth a check. check over here how do you get video card off of cooling device?

dell initally replaced video card. TNT [email protected] gmelikian Dec 17, 2008 I have the exact same problem. try to play a bit with screws. Any Ideas?

I also purchased a new dell adapter because my old one was a little bit damaged. But I am afraid to fire it up until I can find a new high output fan somewhere. Using the AC adapter is the same, they remain on until I disconnect them. This has worked several times on the computer I am working on for a customer, the motherboard needs replacing and that is going to be the best solution for my customer.

tried to reboot... Just play around with the config until you can get one of them to boot to the RAID config screen (CTRL-i) I hope this will help. Dell will not warranty it. I tried putting a vid to show it .....

nothing. At some point, you need to pull the 6 screws from the base which hold your Handle. I've taken it to client locations for demos as well as to my parents home for an extended stay. Get your processor & video card into the new board.

The system information is then displayed on the screen.