https://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/...-support/product/inspiron-1501/drivers download A16 bios. Use bios to boot off the A16. It’s under system boot settings. Watch it update and keep the computer plugged into the power outlet. It should take 15 to 20 minutes judging from the age of the device. Boot it up when it gets done. Power off. Power it up by also pressing delete as it boots. You’ll see the start up options. Navigate using keyboard, open bios, it’ll look different. Get a copy of windows 10 home edition to go with the new bios. Download it from Microsoft.
Hi Joe. Speaking from experience, there are tools and parts to buy. And to fix an iPhone is to first gain knowledge of every last detail of the ever increasing amount of everything that can go wrong, or is alternatively designed to cause a during-procedure brick. What I mean by brick is the device will lose all functionality. Hence you’d be the owner of a brick. You can paperweight it. I’m not trying to scare ya. This is really how it is. So can you elaborate? I’ll answer a more specific question.