Laptop does not start, power LED blinks 3 times and stops. [Solved/Closed]

milindgoswami 1 Posts Tuesday February 17, 2015Registration date February 17, 2015 Last seen - Feb 17, 2015 at 11:14 PM - Latest reply:  VENGE
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My dell inspiron 3537 is not starting up. It blinks the power LED 3 times and then the power LED stops blinking and stays on.

It is not showing the charger when I plug it in.
I have tried starting up by removing the battery and using just the charger, the problem stays. Since the power LED blinks when I'm on just charger mode, I don't think there is any problem with the charger.

Please help.
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Still blinking but when i unplu the ac adapter it s on
Computertech 3743 Posts Friday February 6, 2015Registration dateContributorStatus July 18, 2016 Last seen - Feb 18, 2015 at 12:32 AM
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Hello,
Please try the below mentioned steps and see if the problem resolves:

1. Connect the AC adapter to a known good power outlet. Check Power LED indicator on AC Adapter with/without plugging into the Notebook.
2. If LED on the AC Adapter goes off only after connecting to notebook, the issue is with the motherboard.
3. If the AC Adapter LED is ON, then remove external peripherals, battery, AC Adapter and press and hold the power button for 10-15 seconds to drain Flea power.
4. Plug in the AC Adapter and battery and check if the computer powers on.
Do reply with results.

This was given by zohaib R in kioskea...
http://ccm.net/forum/affich-646132-my-dell-inspiron-laptop-is-not-starting-up
please follow this link...
Thank u so much for the solution..this really helped me ..
Hi,

I had the same problem with my Dell Inspiron 3537. I called customer care and they said that it's a motherboard problem and that I'll have to replace it. But this thing worked for me right now and I'm so relieved. I had two RAMs in my laptop. I opened the back of my laptop, tried checking the the RAM one by one. Then, I switched the places of RAMs and tried to turn my laptop on. After that, I put them back to their original positions. Somehow, it worked. My laptop started. Hope this helps.