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Versão atual de: Kris Rodriguez (detalhes da votação) ,

Título:

Dell Inspiron 1010 doesn't power on...

Texto:

I came back from work the other day to find that my Laptop doesn't power on, I left it on standby mode when I left.

It might have been a power surge or something, not sure.

opened it up, teared it up, cleaned the board with Benzene then closed it, to no avail.

I used a mains screwdriver tester and found out that there's electricity running through the board and components.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron

Status:

-open
+closed

Resposta Aceita:

191387

Editado por: Geoff Wacker ,

Título:

-It doesn't power on...
+Dell Inspiron 1010 doesn't power on...

Texto:

I came back from work the other day to find that my Laptop doesn't power on, I left it on standby mode when I left.

It might have been a power surge or something, not sure.

opened it up, teared it up, cleaned the board with Benzene then closed it, to no avail.

I used a mains screwdriver tester and found out that there's electricity running through the board and components.

dispositivo:

-Dell Inspiron 1010
+Dell Inspiron

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

191387

Editado por: oidicle ,

Título:

It doesn't power on...

Texto:

I came back from work the other day to find that my Laptop doesn't power on, I left it on standby mode when I left.

It might have been a power surge or something, not sure.

opened it up, teared it up, cleaned the board with Benzene then closed it, to no avail.

I used a mains screwdriver tester and found out that there's electricity running through the board and components.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron 1010

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

+191387

Mensagem original de: oidicle ,

Título:

It doesn't power on...

Texto:

I came back from work the other day to find that my Laptop doesn't power on, I left it on standby mode when I left.

It might have been a power surge or something, not sure.

opened it up, teared it up, cleaned the board with Benzene then closed it, to no avail.

I used a mains screwdriver tester and found out that there's electricity running through the board and components.

dispositivo:

Dell Inspiron 1010

Status:

open