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Windows 7: Multiple Problems with my PC. Massive Dilemma. Need help.

05 Sep 2011   #11
seavixen32

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

Dell do have a trade-in scheme, but I think it's run by a third-party company.

I recently offered a two-year-old Dell for trade-in, just to see what it was valued at, and what was originally an £800 computer was valued at £90!

You'd do better to sell yours privately then check with Dell to see what discounts you can get on a refurbished model that is newer than what you've got now.


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05 Sep 2011   #12
pebbly

win 7 ultimate32bit, Win8.1pro wmc 32bit
 
 

Ishmael , You could consider Ebay as a means of selling your Dell ,they are selling for between £150-£350 inspiron 1545 | eBay may be worth a chance
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05 Sep 2011   #13
ishmael9100

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I'm afraid I have more terrible news. 2 new Dead Pixels have been noticed on the screen. Not as bad and noticable as the first one but they're there anyway. Now here's where I get really frustrated. I knew this Laptop had a bad fault history from the start. This urges me to sell it and get the 15r/N5010.

The amount of problems I've had with this Laptop is ridiculous. Many hardware problems. Keyboard pops out, touchpad is faulty and stuff.

But, I still don't know whether to sell it or not. If I do, I'll be without a Laptop until someone buys it. Then I'd have to find a way of getting the extra cash to make up enough to get the 15r/N5010 which may take a while. I NEED to use a laptop.

The more this is used, the more problems that arise. Then that costs me even more money to repair.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32 View Post
Dell do have a trade-in scheme, but I think it's run by a third-party company.

I recently offered a two-year-old Dell for trade-in, just to see what it was valued at, and what was originally an £800 computer was valued at £90!

You'd do better to sell yours privately then check with Dell to see what discounts you can get on a refurbished model that is newer than what you've got now.
That's terrible that they offer a terrible price for a very good PC. That option went right out of the window.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pebbly View Post
Ishmael , You could consider Ebay as a means of selling your Dell ,they are selling for between £150-£350 inspiron 1545 | eBay may be worth a chance
I think at least £270 for my Laptop would be a good deal since some parts are NEW like the Speakers and such that cost me money to repair. If I get £270 for that, I'll be very satisfied. Then I won't have much to make to get my Inspiron 15r/N5010.
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