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Dell Latitude D510 will not charge

Dell Latitude D510 Tag number HLC9V71, PROCESSOR..., 80536, PENTIUM M DOTHAN..., Pentium M
would not stay charged and would not charge.
Ordered a new battery and power adaptor.
The new battery fired the laptop right up but the new power adaptor would not charge the battery and the laptop will not run with just the power adaptor. I'm back to zero power.

Any suggestions besides ordering another power adaptor?

If I need a new board any suggestions where to purchase?

Thanks
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jsarinana
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jsarinana
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
Since you've tried two batteries and two power adapters it seems likely the problem is in the laptop itself.  Since the laptop won't run off just the power adapter, it seems likely there's something wrong early in the power distribution circuitry.  You'll likely need a new motherboard.
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jsarinanaAuthor Commented:
My thoughts exactly,
Looking for a place to purchase another motherboard

Thanks
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
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airborne1128Commented:
What is you model #?
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nobusCommented:
maybe better buy a new model; the same model can have the same problem
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jsarinanaAuthor Commented:
Airborne1128 thanks
the model is:  cn-0n8716-48643-56p-1117 or  0n8716

I need the sameboard because we have a database on it that collects data for us which the user has no back of.

Thanks
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airborne1128Commented:
http://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=3910

This particular one is refurbished, but you can find these almost anywhere.  You will be hard pressed to find a new one on a machine that old.
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nobusCommented:
>>  I need the sameboard because we have a database on it  <<  NOT true
make an image of it with Paragon's free B&R :  http://www.paragon-software.com/home/db-express/      then use the function to restore to different hardware

i restored a laptop like that to a disk on a desktop
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jsarinanaAuthor Commented:
nobus
I orderd the same MOBO but will definitely research Paragon db-express

I'm also looking for na imaging option maybe this will do it as well:
C drive RAID1 build on two 36GB SCSI drives about 4 years ago, I hot swapped one of the drives with a 148GB drive about one year ago. I just ordered another 148GB SCSI and will swapout the other 36GB so that I have two 148GB drives. I want to change the RAID1 of 36GB to utilize the new larger drives without losing anything. This C drive runs SBS2003 which includes Exchange. Exchange runs on my D drive which is a RAID5.
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nobusCommented:
if you want, buy the partition, or disk manager software; they have the function included
here a description of the adaptive restore :  http://www.paragon-software.com/business/adaptiverestore/

if you are not sure, and want to test it, put an empty drive in a newer laptop, and test if tit works !
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CallandorCommented:
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jsarinanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks
MoBo has been swapped
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airborne1128Commented:
No points for me?
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
I'm not usually one to complain about points distribution, but I'd like to note I posted first about replacing the motherboard.  I understand if there are extenuating circumstances.
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airborne1128Commented:
The following post ID's responded with the answer of a bad motherboard. http:#a38347262, and http:#a38347272.  http:#a38347295 asked for the model number of the laptop, http:#a38351002 provided the information, http:#a38351075 provided a link and information for a refurbished board.  http:#a38356188 stated the motherboard had been replaced.  Points went to http:#a38349091 which did not provide a solution.
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airborne1128Commented:
I got you paulmacd.
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
No worries.  I really don't need the points, just being pedantic.
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_alias99Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 125 points for paulmacd's comment #a38347262
Assisted answer: 125 points for paulmacd's comment #a38347287
Assisted answer: 125 points for airborne1128's comment #a38347295
Assisted answer: 125 points for airborne1128's comment #a38351075

for the following reason:

All,<br />&nbsp; <br />Following an 'Objection' by airborne1128 (at <a href="http://www.experts-exchange.com/R_10689.html">http://www.experts-exchang<wbr />e.com/R_10<wbr />689.html</a>) to the intended closure of this question, it has been reviewed by at least one Moderator and is being closed as recommended by the Expert.<br />&nbsp;<br />At this point I am going to re-start the auto-close procedure.<br />&nbsp;<br />Thank you,<br />&nbsp;<br />_alias99<br />Community Support Moderator
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jsarinanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks I replaced the MoBo from parts-people.com
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