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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad and you’ll need a whole new set. If RAM doesn’t help, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~30 seconds-1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad and you’ll need a whole new set. If RAM doesn’t help, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~30 seconds-1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system since a used one isn’t that much more a lot of the time.
What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM or CPU is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad and you’ll need a whole new set. If RAM doesn’t help, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~30 seconds-1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM or CPU is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
-What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].
+What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM or CPU is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on next to the RAM) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue - it may even be bad. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM or CPU and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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-I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides to see if it is getting hot - if it does not, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
+I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides (the part where it’s screwed in, but leave the heatsink on) to see if it is getting hot - if it does not get warm or even hot in ~1 minute, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
-What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+Inspiron+13-5378+Hard+Drive+Replacement/102426|be found here].
+What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [guide|102426|be found here].

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I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides to see if it is getting hot - if it does not, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.
-What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine.
+What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine. The guide to access the hard drive can [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+Inspiron+13-5378+Hard+Drive+Replacement/102426|be found here].

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I would try reseating the RAM and see if that helps the boot issue. If not, feel the heatsink where the processor resides to see if it is getting hot - if it does not, there’s an issue with the CPU VRM and it requires a board repair/replacement. Boards for these tend to total out the system.

What I would do to get the data off of a machine like this is open it and pull the drive, and then connect it to a USB SATA bridge or put it in an enclosure to save the data. Since the laptop is scrap if the VRM is bad, I would keep it as a final backup - put the files somewhere safe and copy them to your new machine.

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