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My system ( dell insprion 1525) getting blcak when it is running in batter

By keramesh2003 ·
When it is running in battery i will not get black. But when i connected to the power the screen gets black, during the time the processer is working. can u help me to solve this problem.

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First thing to try

by robo_dev In reply to My system ( dell insprion ...

Do you have another power supply to try?

If you connect an external monitor, does it do the same 'black' failure as the internal display?

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Which is it?

by seanferd In reply to My system ( dell insprion ...

"My system ( dell insprion 1525) getting blcak when it is running in batter"

or

"When it is running in battery i will not get black."

Either way, check the power management settings for plugged in vs. on battery.

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Of course, if it's really running in Batter

by robo_dev In reply to Which is it?

then the gooey goodness of the batter is probably blocking the airflow to the cooling fan.

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Certainly,

by seanferd In reply to Of course, if it's really ...

the forthcoming baking or deep-frying will not help with heat dissipation.

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Actually when I first read the above

by OH Smeg In reply to Which is it?

I was under the impression that the NB was failing to do something wile being Deep Fried.

That didn't surprise me in the slightest.

Col

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RE: 'when it is running in batter'

by NexS In reply to My system ( dell insprion ...

I couldn't help it!
Imagining deep fried PC.. mmmm

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RE: Imagining deep fried PC..

by OH Smeg In reply to RE: 'when it is running i ...

But surely that would actually be

Deep Fried Silicon Chips wouldn't it?

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Depends

by NexS In reply to RE: Imagining deep fried ...

On whether you strip down the PC or simply throw the whole tower into the batter bowl...

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Heat can still

by OH Smeg In reply to Depends

Cause the IC's to disintegrate.

If you leave the cover on the case the Boiling Oil doesn't get inside quick enough so you always have to pull the cover at the very least. If you don't it might not sink.

Col

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I see

by NexS In reply to Heat can still

But I'd still prefer the challenge.

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