If you are having issues with the Dell Adamo 13, please refer to the troubleshooting page.
Background an Identification
The Dell Adamo 13 was released to the public on March 17th, 2009. It is an aluminum-clad laptop with a 13.4-inch screen and weighs just under 4 pounds. Colors options included Onyx (black with black accents) and Pearl (silver with white accents). It originally came with Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium, with an optional external DVD-RW Drive. Later, Dell updated this to a Core 2 Duo 2.1 SL9600 processor.
The price at release was $1999 but soon dropped drastically due to the specifications not being able to operate to full power. This device was made with advanced lithium polymer technology to improve battery life. It was composed of a machined aluminum chassis that provides better strength against damage.
The most common sources of problems with this device include the fan, battery, display, and storage. These issues can be self-managed in many cases with an instruction set. Not every one of these computers will have problems, but it is good to understand how to fix these problems. Some of these computers are released with issues but can be resolved easily if under warranty.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo SU9400
Chipset: Intel GS40
Memory Card: 4096MB DDR2-667
Graphics Card: Integrated Intel GMA 4500HD
Display: 13.4” LED Glossy 16:9 WXGA (1366x768)
Hard Drive: 1.8” 80 GB SSD (Intel X18-M G1)
Networking: Atheros AR8131 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Intel WiFi Link 5100 802.11a/g/n WiFi
Audio: Realtek AL269 2-Channel HD Audio
Battery: 4-Cell Li-Polymer
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate
If you cannot fix your issue using the troubleshooting page, try Dell’s Support Page.
To download necessary drivers, please visit here.
To purchase replacement parts for your device please refer to Parts-people.