Question about Intel Dell Inspiron 15r N5010 Laptop Motherboard Y6y56
I installed a new keyboard and now my computer won't start. Before I ordered the new keyboard I removed the old keyboard because it had broken keys and when I realized it would be a few days until the new keyboard would show up I replaced it and it didn't work then, I forgot to replace a screw, I replaced it and then all of a sudden it worked but, now I've installed the new one and it doesn't work.
Check the screws. One of them may be too long and is shorting out the laptop. If they are all the same length, I would remove them all and try it. Then install them one at a time to find out which one makes it work or, not work.
Posted on Mar 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: New CPU, No display
in my view, ur motherboard doesn't support the new processor, so plz check the capability of your motherboard, and replace with the supported cPU. ok byee
Posted on May 16, 2009
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If you install an operating system that did not come loaded with your Acer laptop, you might find that some drivers will not install and some devices on your computer will not work.
After installing a new operating system, you may find that the keyboard will not show up on your Device Manager and likely won't even write anything.
Most laptop manufacturers have drivers for a variety of operating systems and devices that can help resolve this situation.
Go to Acer Worldwide homepage.
Select your region and country from the radio buttons and then click "Go" on the bottom of the webpage.
Click on "Service & Support."
You can find this in the top navigation links.
Click "Driver Download."
Select your product family, product line, and product model from the list provided.
After you have selected from all these categories, you will see a box with a picture of your laptop and the operating systems with which it is compatible.
Download the keyboard (if there are any) and touchpad drivers (which are related to the keyboard most of the time) from the list that appears.
You may want to review the list and download any other drivers that have been released since you purchased your laptop.
Hope this helps
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