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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming - No Power

Hello,

I've been having an issue with my laptop powering on, the power light stays lit for aprox 10-15 seconds and then turns off, nothing boots (screen black, no sound from fans etc).

I've tried removing the battery and removing the kinetic energy i believe (I've been reading around forums). I've tried booting with and without battery being installed and i've also removed the hard-drive.

Does anyone else have any other suggestions, i've read that removing the RAM could help, but it seems to be securely fastened in behind something.

Thanks

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Usually a back to the repair depot issue.

I take it the charger is good so time to check that warranty. Many are still in warranty in that model line.

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Who can help me to choose a real powerful laptop for UI/UX

Who can help me to choose a real powerful laptop for UI/UX developer
I start work on a new project, but my laptop is no so powerful as I need.
It will be the powerful website casino site in future

Post was last edited on December 17, 2018 10:22 AM PST

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UX = User experience? That's commonly used with "design" (like sketching wireframes), not with "development".

I'd go for an current I7 laptop with an SSD for the OS and work files (possible a HDD for storage), and enough RAM (8 GB is enough for most development tasks, some might do better with 16 GB).

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