Laptop Issues

By loonatik ยท 4 replies
Sep 3, 2006
  1. ok peep this.....I have A Dell Inspiron 1150 Laptop and when I connect the AC power and the Dial Up phone line......egh......My phone gets all staticy...thus if I connect one at a time everything works fine.......also if I connect both I cannot get online.....any Ideas what the F*&^ is wrong? Dell had no answer as usual......
  2. poertner_1274

    poertner_1274 secroF laicepS topShceT Posts: 4,172

    So you can't be plugged into the wall with power and the phone line at the same time? That's a new one to me...

    When you say your phone gets all staticky...that means? A little clarification never hurt anyone.

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  3. korrupt

    korrupt TS Rookie Posts: 716

    Yeh, we do need some more clarification.


  4. Jimbo420

    Jimbo420 TS Rookie Posts: 356

    This is the way I read it if I missunderstood your post then just disreguard.

    It sounds like you can use the dial up modem in your computer with out any problems as long as you don't have the AC adaptor plugged in at the same time. If you plug it in there get to be static on the line and you can't dial up, but as soon as you unplug it everything goes back to normal.

    Assuming that it worked before the only think I can think of is there something wierd is going on with your charger going on that it is now producing that much noise on the phone line when plugged into power. Sometimes that can be a problem with the AC adaptor or somethimes it would be the charger interface in the computer. Which would mean new mobo for the laptop if you were looking to get it fix.

    Again though this is only a guess. Not an expert with laptops or anything like that just heard of similar problems, and as the others said not totally sure what you meant in your post. Just throwing out the only thing I can think of.
  5. loonatik

    loonatik TS Rookie Topic Starter

    calarification......ok if I plug the two in at the same time i cannot connect to the internet and it gets staticky like crinkeling paper while talking to someone and Jimbo420 you understood correctly......that is waht I was thinking but better to have a second or third opinion
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