Originally Posted by bache
Found this pagehttp://en.community.dell.com/support.../19271072.aspx
And the error is - CPU Error
Gave that info to dell tech on mail, and got an answer that its most likely the...
Again, that diagnostic code will tell you whatever issue it is, disconnect, thermal trip, raandom marshmellow monster crapping inside, whatever it is. That one is tough to deal with unless you have smoked mozza cheese lying around.
Could always hook up the fan to 5V aka a usb port to force it on and see if it's a heat issue. mightve hurt the fan or knocked out a connector too when you dropped it. Worst thing would be a corrupted hd....but thats fixable actually.
Originally Posted by gabiz_ro
You could try a bios recovery.
With damaged bios (even without bios chip) when you hit power button power light came on then next hdd light is on for short time then next power...
^^^^That doesn't make any sense. I'm sure it fixed some nvidia heat issues, would definately add support for stuff, but you can't physcially change what a chipset can support through the bios. The chipset's limit is 32 bit 667mhz.