Dell Inspiron 7559

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  1. Joseph Cimafranca

    Joseph Cimafranca Notebook Enthusiast

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    Before i give up, is there any other way to make this work?
     
  2. Fernando Pena

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    Maybe you drained all the battery and your ac adapter is deffective...
    Does the led in your ac adapter turns on?

    EDIT: Or you may have a faulty power button. In this case, you can try to power on pressing ctrl+esc, releasing the keys a few seconds after plugging the ac adapter.
     
  3. Joseph Cimafranca

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    Yes it turns on. Actually i repasted this laptop and i made sure i was grounded. After repasting it turned on for 2 secs and died after. I think laptop is not trying to turn on maybe because of static electricity. But i already removed battery and cmos but still not working. Please help!
     
  4. DasPez

    DasPez Notebook Enthusiast

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    You likely forgot to plug something back in. Happened to me last time. It booted directly into some kind of emergency mode and performed a system check, telling me that I forgot to plug in the status LED (the one beneath the touch pad).

    You might want to repeat the whole disassembly looking for the problem.
    The official service manual helps.

    Not a single motherboard died on me because of static electricity yet - and I only touch a radiator to be grounded.
     
  5. Rowan

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    I always forget the adapter version numbers. Which ones would I be looking for that would work with the 7559?
     
  6. xGenius

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    Planning to buy a 7559 i7 one for myself as a first laptop. Would you still recommend it? Worth the price?
     
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    yes
     
  8. Stilios

    Stilios Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi folks!

    I am wondering is there a way for connecting an external graphic card to this model since it doesn't have a Thunderbolt 3 port? Anybody has done it maybe?

    I would like to start playing some new video games on this machine but original graphic card is not sufficient I'm afraid.
     
  9. Tensai47

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    Hello, I'd like to ask if it's possible to disable the discrete graphics card using the BIOS?
     
  10. SMOKE_SKULL

    SMOKE_SKULL Notebook Deity

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    No bios option to turn off the Intel or Nvida graphics. You can select just to use the Nvidia under the Nvidia control panel.
     
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