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So where are you now with this
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very good, it boots up fine, just gotta clean it up and get rid of spyware, onto the dell.
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Run through Post 3 of this thread which will help
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theres no sign of any power i cant get anything to turn on
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Check the power cord and switch, or you may need to check the wiring, again, perhaps a connector has enlarged and keeps working loose
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Um, I dont know where to un screw where to look, any guide? directions?
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Just check the power cord is firmly in, then recheck the wiring as you did before
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but this is a lap top, i dont know where any of the wiring is.
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Try to get a repair shop to assess the problem

This is the safest option if you are unsure of where things are, and laptops are usually difficult to work on

Can you post the make and model
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Thanks for the info, sorry about the slow reply but as I said in the original post to library computers, and finding the time is difficult. I will run through the steps you suggested tonight and hopefully get back to you tomorrow.

Dave
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