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I Have Inssue About My Dell Optiplex 380.That Can't Turn On And The Green Light Also Not Light

and I obviously don't want to buy something if I don't need it. Did a fresh install of XP Pro (hard drive checks show no bad sectors) and after downloading upgrades I started getting random re-boots. Email me on this issue if you need help you can reach me at Email Id removed for security Report Nikson- Sep 8, 2009 at 02:33 AM Thanks for the reply I removed everything but 1 stick of ram ,CPU,Chilltec CPU cooler. his comment is here

Then join us in our free computer tech support forums and we'll try and help you solve your PC problem. am I missing anything? I've tested my brothers working power supply in mine, so I know that mine still works because that didn't fix it. Just replaced it and everything cranked up just fine.

Don't forget to remove the power cord from the power supply. Now the computer does not turn on. Also the energy saving function did not seem to work when the noise came out - i.e. It takes less than a minute and is completely free!

No lights, no power, no nothing. that's why people always say to take a look and see if somehow it has been changed and to then change it back. After a power outage my PC will not turn on. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

However if the center pin is not making a connection the pc does not know that the charger is correct and will not let the battery charge. I do not have on board speaker. Can I use the same OEM XP with a new motherboard and RAM or would I need to order a new one if I need a new motherboard (last option)? The center pin is a problem and the wire breaks off the pin easily.

Carry-in will save a few bucks in an in-home service call.I'd call Dell, in warranty or not, they should be able to tell you where an authorized repair center is located. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. so I yanked it out and tried again with the monitor plugged in to the motherboard. Hit F1 and it went dark on me.

So use the LED power light codes if your Dell computer has them. Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off? View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » prev 1 2 next 32 Replies Habanero OP Scott696d Jan 3, 2012 at 3:28 UTC Looks like a possible If the system does not boot, none of the USB devices will light up or work.

Thank you Dave Try unplugging the power cable and then hold the front power button for abut thirty-seconds. this content vinylripp replied Mar 22, 2017 at 9:08 PM Loading... Thanks again DJ for the suggestions listed above. Sign up now.

one is 8 pin going in to the mobo at the top left ,the other is a 24 pin center right on the mobo. Trying to find the solution on all the forums. Report junaid- Sep 9, 2009 at 11:55 AM when I boot it without a harddrive, I still don't get anything, no picture, no beeping, just the fan spinning abnormally fast i'v weblink It then got more and more often until finally I couldn´t get into windows, just bluescreen.

Could it maybe be the fan or the CPU that is failing? The machine is still under warranty... the PC never went into idle after this noise began - I have to turn it off manually everyday.


M Colin I have a windows vista (it says Dell on the side) when i boot it up the light is orange and there's a clicking noise. The problem is this machine is restarting over and over again. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Power Supply by mgi192 / February 24, 2006 10:06 PM PST In reply to: Computer won't power up ---- no green light, no I check what I could and made sure the switch on the back was on 220v, instead of US 110v.

Press a key on the keyboard, move the mouse, or press the power button to resume normal operation. In order to better respond to your question or problem We require more detailed and specific information Please repost your request with: Computer: Brand Name Age of system: CPU: Brand, speed That way I can use it on my next computer. check over here obvisously that won't blow the power supply.

I know I could take the computer to a repairman, but it is so expensive :/ And I have no friends where I can try the CPU, I´m afraid. by byroncherry / February 24, 2006 11:37 PM PST In reply to: Same I'm still trying to determine what that means that I "need a new power supply."Where do I get the rear of the power supply should have a rocker switch that you can turn off. (its equivalent to pulling the plug... Ask a question and give support.

I purchased a new power supply from 911 PC and still have the same problem. Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Computer won't the problem is the front panel usb ports. Do the fans or anything else turn on. 10-16-2007, 04:30 PM #5 speedster123 TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Oct 2006 Location: New York Posts: 7,075 OS: xp

Thanks! Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sitemap PCTechBytes Copyright © 2017. by byroncherry / February 24, 2006 10:59 PM PST In reply to: I've been there Is the Bios battery just the little 3V battery in there that you can buy from Today put it in sleep mode in within second loud fan noise came on. check out circuit city/comp usa.

you could probably do it yourself.since you still have a lit led on the mobo, i question if your power supply is really dead. Sometimes i have to unplug the cord from the back to get it to work and sometimes it wont work for weeks at a time. He tested all the hardware. David Purcell Try unplugging the computer and then hold down the power button for about thirty seconds.

When it's blank and blinking green I wait 10 minutes and it usually displays.