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My Dell SX270 will not start up when power switch is initiated. I tried another power supply from my second operational SX 270 and it made no difference. Normally when you pull the power plug (DA-1) from the back and replace it you will hear the internal fan start-up and you will see several leds internally light. On the unit with the problem I only see one (1) light and the fan does not come on as it does briefly with my other working SX 270. What are your suggestions???

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Brand and model of the computer would be good.... as well there is a switch on the back of the computer on the power supply. toggle it to the other position and try again


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Power light off


Power surges are damaging spikes of voltage in an electrical systems, caused by lightning strikes, changes or problems with the electrical grid, or large appliances.

Power surges damage or destroy computer hardware by overheating circuit boards and other components.

Surge protectors and other devices are used to protect computers and other electrical devices from power surges.

If damage occurs to a computer from a power surge, a process of trial and error is used to replace the damaged components.


Replace the surge protector or power strip.
If neither was attached to the computer, it is highly recommended that one be used.

Follow the user's manual to open the computer.
The computer manual may have shipped with the computer in book or CD form or may be found online.

Examine the system and make note of any visibly damaged components.
Damaged components may show visible burn damage or no damage at all.


Follow the user manual to remove the power supply.
You will need to unplug the power connections to each device in the computer as well as the system board.

WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.
http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules
Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source.

Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer.
While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards.


Removal is generally achieved by removing the holding screws and lifting the power supply out of the system.

Follow the user manual to install the new power supply.
Plug the power cables into the computer components and the system board.

Close the case.
Do not re-insert the screws.

Plug the power cable into the computer and attempt to power the computer on.

Replace the power cables to the monitor and computer.
Examine the monitor.

If the monitor does not power on, it will need to be replaced.
Determine if both the monitor and computer power on.

If the monitor powers on but the computer does not replace the system board.
If both power on but there is no video signal, replace the video card.

Boot the system into Windows.
Go to the "Control Panel" and double-click on the "System" icon.

Click on the "Hardware" tab.
Double-click the network card, sound card, and other peripherals that are listed in the hardware tab.

If you replaced the system board, ensure that the device drivers are in place for the peripherals. Replace any peripheral that is still non-functional.

Computer Repair Tutorial Help and Tips

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How to install a power supply


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Unplug all electronic cords connected to the computer. At no time during the installation should any cords be connected to the computer. Remove the screws holding the computer cover case, and remove the cover case. Locate the computer power supply box, which looks like a large box out of which a bundle of wires run and connects to the power cord jack on the outside of the computer case. Unplug the power cables from the internal devices connected to it. Be careful not to damage any of the sensitive control boards or devices inside the computer, and be certain to remember--write it down if you need to--what devices will need reconnecting to the new power supply when you finish the installation. Unscrew the power supply from the inside of the computer case and remove it. Check the original power supply's red voltage switch for the correct setting. It should read 120 or 240 if you live within the United States. Confirm this setting as the correct voltage setting for your power outlets. Make sure your new power supply gets set to the correct voltage setting before you install it. If it cannot be set to the correct voltage, do not proceed with the installation or you may damage your computer. Return the new power supply and buy one that is compatible with the voltage requirements. Install the new power supply, reattach the screws that will hold it in the proper place inside the computer. Reattach the power cables that come from the new power supply to the devices that were connected to the old power supply. Make sure all of these connections are firmly in place before you turn the computer back on. Reattach the computer power cables and all the cords connected to the computer during normal operation, but do not close the computer case yet. Keep your hands clear of the inside of the computer case as you attach power cords and peripheral devices. Turn the computer on and observe the performance of the computer without touching anything inside. Do all the computer fans function normally? Does the computer operate as well as or better than before? If you feel that the computer behaves normally and you do not encounter any problems, turn the computer off, remove all the power cords and peripheral cables once more, and close the computer case. Then reattach the power cords and peripheral cables and begin using the computer. Check for errors if you encountered any problems starting the computer or if it would not start at all, unplug all the power cords and computer cables connected to the computer and look inside. Make sure that you connected all the correct power cables inside the computer securely and did not miss any. If you have confirmed this and the computer still doesn't start or operate normally, call your computer manufacturer or a professional computer repair shop for assistance completing the installation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvClS_M-09o&feature=watch_response_rev watch video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0udZ0Ky4Pk Hope this helps.

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Can't install power supply


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


Unplug all electronic cords connected to the computer.

At no time during the installation should any cords be connected to the computer.


Remove the screws holding the computer cover case, and remove the cover case.

Locate the computer power supply box, which looks like a large box out of which a bundle of wires run and connects to the power cord jack on the outside of the computer case.


Unplug the power cables from the internal devices connected to it.

Be careful not to damage any of the sensitive control boards or devices inside the computer, and be certain to remember write it down if you need to what devices will need reconnecting to the new power supply when you finish the installation.


Unscrew the power supply from the inside of the computer case and remove it.

Check the original power supply's red voltage switch for the correct setting.


It should read 120 or 240 if you live within the United States.

Confirm this setting as the correct voltage setting for your power outlets.


Make sure your new power supply gets set to the correct voltage setting before you install it.

If it cannot be set to the correct voltage, do not proceed with the installation or you may damage your computer.


Return the new power supply and buy one that is compatible with the voltage requirements.

Install the new power supply, reattach the screws that will hold it in the proper place inside the computer.


Reattach the power cables that come from the new power supply to the devices that were connected to the old power supply.

Make sure all of these connections are firmly in place before you turn the computer back on.


Reattach the computer power cables and all the cords connected to the computer during normal operation, but do not close the computer case yet.

Keep your hands clear of the inside of the computer case as you attach power cords and peripheral devices.


Turn the computer on and observe the performance of the computer without touching anything inside.

Do all the computer fans function normally?


Does the computer operate as well as or better than before?

If you feel that the computer behaves normally and you do not encounter any problems, turn the computer off, remove all the power cords and peripheral cables once more, and close the computer case.


Then reattach the power cords and peripheral cables and begin using the computer.

Check for errors if you encountered any problems starting the computer or if it would not start at all, unplug all the power cords and computer cables connected to the computer and look inside.


Make sure that you connected all the correct power cables inside the computer securely and did not miss any.


If you have confirmed this and the computer still doesn't start or operate normally, call your computer manufacturer or a professional computer repair shop for assistance completing the installation.

Most power supply units will fit

Like everything else in our high-tech world, power supplies come in myriad sizes and shapes
you should check all the electrical connections before you make a decision and make sure they are the same as the ones that you will need to run your computer also

Check the measurements inside the frame to make absolutely sure it will fit,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKw0bij8CDs

Hope this helps

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Power supply


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


Unplug all electronic cords connected to the computer.

At no time during the installation should any cords be connected to the computer.


Remove the screws holding the computer cover case, and remove the cover case.

Locate the computer power supply box, which looks like a large box out of which a bundle of wires run and connects to the power cord jack on the outside of the computer case.


Unplug the power cables from the internal devices connected to it.

Be careful not to damage any of the sensitive control boards or devices inside the computer, and be certain to remember write it down if you need to what devices will need reconnecting to the new power supply when you finish the installation.


Unscrew the power supply from the inside of the computer case and remove it.

Check the original power supply's red voltage switch for the correct setting.


It should read 120 or 240 if you live within the United States.

Confirm this setting as the correct voltage setting for your power outlets.


Make sure your new power supply gets set to the correct voltage setting before you install it.

If it cannot be set to the correct voltage, do not proceed with the installation or you may damage your computer.


Return the new power supply and buy one that is compatible with the voltage requirements.

Install the new power supply, reattach the screws that will hold it in the proper place inside the computer.


Reattach the power cables that come from the new power supply to the devices that were connected to the old power supply.

Make sure all of these connections are firmly in place before you turn the computer back on.


Reattach the computer power cables and all the cords connected to the computer during normal operation, but do not close the computer case yet.

Keep your hands clear of the inside of the computer case as you attach power cords and peripheral devices.


Turn the computer on and observe the performance of the computer without touching anything inside.

Do all the computer fans function normally?


Does the computer operate as well as or better than before?

If you feel that the computer behaves normally and you do not encounter any problems, turn the computer off, remove all the power cords and peripheral cables once more, and close the computer case.


Then reattach the power cords and peripheral cables and begin using the computer.

Check for errors if you encountered any problems starting the computer or if it would not start at all, unplug all the power cords and computer cables connected to the computer and look inside.


Make sure that you connected all the correct power cables inside the computer securely and did not miss any.


If you have confirmed this and the computer still doesn't start or operate normally, call your computer manufacturer or a professional computer repair shop for assistance completing the installation.

Most power supply units will fit

Like everything else in our high-tech world, power supplies come in myriad sizes and shapes
you should check all the electrical connections before you make a decision and make sure they are the same as the ones that you will need to run your computer also

Check the measurements inside the frame to make absolutely sure it will fit,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKw0bij8CDs

Hope this helps

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Do not know how to connect power supply


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


Unplug all electronic cords connected to the computer.

At no time during the installation should any cords be connected to the computer.

Remove the screws holding the computer cover case, and remove the cover case.


Locate the computer power supply box, which looks like a large box out of which a bundle of wires run and connects to the power cord jack on the outside of the computer case.


Unplug the power cables from the internal devices connected to it.

Be careful not to damage any of the sensitive control boards or devices inside the computer, and be certain to remember--write it down if you need to--what devices will need reconnecting to the new power supply when you finish the installation.


Unscrew the power supply from the inside of the computer case and remove it. Check the original power supply's red voltage switch for the correct setting.

It should read 120 or 240 if you live within the United States.


Confirm this setting as the correct voltage setting for your power outlets.

Make sure your new power supply gets set to the correct voltage setting before you install it.


If it cannot be set to the correct voltage, do not proceed with the installation or you may damage your computer.

Return the new power supply and buy one that is compatible with the voltage requirements.


Install the new power supply, reattach the screws that will hold it in the proper place inside the computer.

Reattach the power cables that come from the new power supply to the devices that were connected to the old power supply.


Make sure all of these connections are firmly in place before you turn the computer back on.


Reattach the computer power cables and all the cords connected to the computer during normal operation, but do not close the computer case yet.


Keep your hands clear of the inside of the computer case as you attach power cords and peripheral devices.


Turn the computer on and observe the performance of the computer without touching anything inside.

Do all the computer fans function normally?

Does the computer operate as well as or better than before?


If you feel that the computer behaves normally and you do not encounter any problems, turn the computer off, remove all the power cords and peripheral cables once more, and close the computer case.


Then reattach the power cords and peripheral cables and begin using the computer.


Check for errors if you encountered any problems starting the computer or if it would not start at all, unplug all the power cords and computer cables connected to the computer and look inside.

Make sure that you connected all the correct power cables inside the computer securely and did not miss any.


If you have confirmed this and the computer still doesn't start or operate normally, call your computer manufacturer or a professional computer repair shop for assistance completing the installation


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When I press the power button on my Everex computer; nothing happens. It's not getting any juice. Even the cd door won't open. Is there a fuse inside the computer that may have blown? Or is it likely the...


Diagnose.

1) Make sure the surge protector your computer is plugged into, has power.

Could be the surge protector isn't any good.
Could be that the wall receptacle the surge protector is plugged into, doesn't have power.


2) Make Sure THE receptacle IN the surge protector, that the computer is plugged into, has power.

I have had more than one surge protector in the past, where just THAT receptacle the computer was plugged into, was bad.

"Hmmm, power on LED light of the surge protector is on.
Monitor, printer, and router plugged into the surge protector have power."

If this holds true for you, remove one of the peripheral's power cables out of it's receptacle in the surge protector, and plug into the receptacle the computer is using.

[A monitor, and a printer are two examples of a Peripheral]

Make sure THAT receptacle has power.

3) Bypass the Power On switch, to see if the problem is the Power On switch, or the Power Supply.

If I were to hazard a guess, my hypothesis would lean towards the Power Supply.
Power Supply failure, is one of the leading causes of computer failure.

Causes for Power Supply failure are generally,

A) Computer is dirty inside, as well as the inside of the Power Supply.

Dirt, dust, hair, carpet deodorizer, you name it, is 'inhaled' by the fans of the computer. No matter how good a housekeeper a person is, the above mentioned 'gunk' is going to get inside.

This 'gunk' is drawn through the computer, and drawn into the Power Supply.

[Computer case fans draw air into the computer from the front, or side.
The air is 'exhaled' through the rear of the computer.

The Power Supply fan draws air into the Power Supply, and pushes air out of the Power Supply, towards the rear of the computer.
Computer case fans in the rear of the computer also push air out.

A typical ATX style of Power Supply,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4236686&sku=C13-2507


This 'gunk' coats the cooling components of the computer, and drops the cooling capacity of these components tremendously.

Heat = Wasted Energy

When the cooling components of the Power Supply, (The fan of the Power Supply, and Heatsink's which are used inside), are coated with 'gunk', the Power Supply heats up.

The more heat, the more the Power Supply strains to keep up with the call for power.
Eventually components inside the Power Supply fail, and the Power Supply itself fails.

The inside of the computer, as well as the inside of the Power Supply, should be cleaned on a regular basis as needed.

The computer should be unplugged from power, computer case open, and Anti-Static precautions followed before using the air.

[Q-tips can also be used to help remove a heavy buildup of 'gunk'. The Q-tips are just used to break the 'crust' of the gunk, and the can of compressed air can then remove it]

B) Low quality Power Supply
Low quality components are used inside the Power Supply.

1) Gauge (Size) of wiring is too small.
2) Low quality Electrolytic Capacitors
3) Low quality Rectifier Bridge
4) Low quality MOSFET's

Just to name a few components.
Everex seemed to be a quality manufacturer of pre-built computers, from my research.
They typically used generic Power Supply's that were of average quality.
(Management of the company seems to have been Everex's downfall)

If the Power On switch is bypassed and the Power Supply comes on, the problem is the Power On switch.

[One generic Power On switch that I have found fits many computers,

http://www.directron.com/atxswitch.html ]

If the Power On switch is bypassed, and the Power Supply does NOT come on, the problem is the Power Supply.

The Power On switch is bypassed, using a jumper wire in the ATX main power cable connector.
[Has nothing to do with the Power On switch directly]

I don't know if your model of Everex computer used a 20-pin, or 24-pin ATX main power cable.

Typical 20-pin ATX main power cable,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain20

Typical 24-pin ATX main power cable,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atxmain24

The Green wire you see present in both ATX main power cables, is the Soft Power On wire.
This is BRIEFLY connected to any Ground wire.
ALL Black wires you see are Ground wires.

The Voltage present is 5 Volts DC.
Two C cell flashlight batteries produce 3 Volts DC.

There is a proper method for doing this procedure, that I would like to outline before you attempt it.
Should you wish to attempt this procedure, please state so in a Comment.

Even with the model number of your Everex desktop computer, I may not be able to give you exact guidance in opening your computer case.

With your patience, and our communicating back, and forth using Comments, I Can guide you in opening the computer case.

[Computer UNPLUGGED from power. Anti-Static precautions followed once the computer case is open]

Jun 28, 2010 | PC Desktops

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My Dell Dimension 4600 will not turn on. Steady Amber Light


Disconnect the Power cable / A/c adapter/Battery from computer.
Disconnect External peripherials.
Hold down the power button on the computer for 10 seconds.
Reconnect the power cable or A/c adapter and battery or the computer
Try to turn on the computer
check for Led's on the computer
If still no display ,shut down the computer,disconnect power cable.
Open the computer tower,remove memory modules,reconnect power cable and turn on the computer.If you get a beeping sound after turning on you should be getting beeping sound suggesting the mother board is not bad.Turn on the computer and disconnect power cable from computer.
Reseat 1 memory at a time if you have 2 memory module or if single memory module reseat in different memory slot,swap memory module.
Reconnect the power cable and turn on the computer if it boots to desktop possible issue with 1 of the memory module.
Disconnect the harddrive ide cable from the harddrive .Turn on the computer.
If still unable to power on .Shutdown the computer and disconnect power cable.Remove video card,sound card ,modem card if any .Connect just the vga cable from monitor to the integrated video port.
Connect power cable and turn on the computer.
If computer turns on possible issue with one of PCI or PCI express card.
If still unable to power on.Disconnect the power connector pin from the motherboard and reconnect it back.Turn on the computer check power power led on motherboard,also check if the processor fan is spinning. if no go then issue with motherboard.

Sep 03, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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WHEN I PRESS POWER BUTTON NOTHING HAPPENS


Disconnect the Power cable / A/c adapter/Battery from computer.
Disconnect External peripherials.
Hold down the power button on the computer for 10 seconds.
Reconnect the power cable or A/c adapter and battery or the computer
Try to turn on the computer
check for Led's on the computer
If still no display ,shut down the computer,disconnect power cable.
Open the computer tower,remove memory modules,reconnect power cable and turn on the computer.If you get a beeping sound after turning on you should be getting beeping sound suggesting the mother board is not bad.Turn on the computer and disconnect power cable from computer.
Reseat 1 memory at a time if you have 2 memory module or if single memory module reseat in different memory slot,swap memory module.
Reconnect the power cable and turn on the computer if it boots to desktop possible issue with 1 of the memory module.
Disconnect the harddrive ide cable from the harddrive .Turn on the computer.
If still unable to power on .Shutdown the computer and disconnect power cable.Remove video card,sound card ,modem card if any .Connect just the vga cable from monitor to the integrated video port.
Connect power cable and turn on the computer.
If computer turns on possible issue with one of PCI or PCI express card.
If still unable to power on.Disconnect the power connector pin from the motherboard and reconnect it back.Turn on the computer check power power led on motherboard,also check if the processor fan is spinning. if no go then issue with motherboard. GOOD Luck.!!

Aug 27, 2009 | Insignia D400a PC Desktop

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No powering on


Resolution:
Disconnect the Power cable / A/c adapter/Battery from computer.
Disconnect External peripherials.
Hold down the power button on the computer for 10 seconds.
Reconnect the power cable or A/c adapter and battery or the computer
Try to turn on the computer
check for Led's on the computer
If still no display ,shut down the computer,disconnect power cable.
Open the computer tower,remove memory modules,reconnect power cable and turn on the computer.If you get a beeping sound after turning on you should be getting beeping sound suggesting the mother board is not bad.Turn on the computer and disconnect power cable from computer.
Reseat 1 memory at a time if you have 2 memory module or if single memory module reseat in different memory slot,swap memory module.
Reconnect the power cable and turn on the computer if it boots to desktop possible issue with 1 of the memory module.
Disconnect the harddrive ide cable from the harddrive .Turn on the computer.
If still unable to power on .Shutdown the computer and disconnect power cable.Remove video card,sound card ,modem card if any .Connect just the vga cable from monitor to the integrated video port.
Connect power cable and turn on the computer.
If computer turns on possible issue with one of PCI or PCI express card.
If still unable to power on.Disconnect the power connector pin from the motherboard and reconnect it back.Turn on the computer check power power led on motherboard,also check if the processor fan is spinning. if no go then issue with motherboard.

Aug 24, 2009 | Dell PC Desktops

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Monitor not coming on - Packard Bell Easynote R4650


It's a dreadful way to start a day - you press the power button on your computer and nothing happens. Do not fear because all may not be lost! Follow these simple steps to determine why your computer won't turn on.

Note: It is very important to troubleshoot any issue beginning with the most likely and easily testable problem so be sure to follow these steps in order.
Difficulty: Average
Time Required: Anywhere from 10 minutes to a few hours or more depending on why the computer won't turn on
Here's How:

As silly as it may sound, the number one reason why a computer won't turn on is because it wasn't turned on! Before starting a sometimes time consuming troubleshooting process, make sure you've turned on every power switch and power button associated with your computer:
Power button/switch on the front of the computer's case.
Power button/switch on the front and/or back of the monitor.
Power switch on the power supply on the back of the computer.
Power switch on the power strip or surge protector (if you have one).

Verify that the power supply voltage switch is correctly set. If the input voltage for the power supply does not match the correct setting for your country, your computer may not power on.

Check for loose computer and monitor power cable connections. A loose or unplugged power cable is one of the top reasons why a computer doesn't turn on.

Perform a "lamp test" to verify power is being provided. Your computer isn't going to turn on if it's not getting power so you need to make sure that the power source is working properly.

A damaged power supply could be preventing the computer from being properly powered.

Do a quick test of the power supply by holding your hand behind the power supply fan located at the rear of the case. If the power supply is working, you should feel air from within the case blowing against your hand. If not, you may need to replace the power supply.

Tip: Is the power light on the front of the computer's case on? If you've turned the power switch on but the light is off, this is another good indication that the power supply is the cause of this issue.

Over time, internal components and the cables that connect them can wiggle loose which can often times result in a computer unable to power on. Try reseating the following and then try to power on the computer again:
Reseat the internal cables
Reseat the memory modules
Reseat the video card
Reseat other expansion cards

Reseating the CPU may also be necessary but should only be attempted if the reseating of all other components is not successful. This is due to the fact that this process is a little more involved and can run a small risk of damage to the CPU. This isn't a big concern if you're careful, so don't worry!

Check for causes of electrical shorts in the computer case. This is often the cause of the problem when the computer powers on for a second or two but then powers off completely.

Most monitors have a small light next to the power button that can change between various colors. If the screen is blank, this light is your main source of information about the monitor.

If this light is not on at all, double-check the power switch and connections (Steps 1, 2 and 3) and also make sure the monitor cable is securely plugged in to the video card port on the back of the computer case. If the light is still off, replace the monitor. If it comes back on, try starting your computer again - a loose or unplugged monitor cable may have been the issue all along.

An amber or yellow power light simply means that the monitor is not receiving any information from the computer. In and of itself, this doesn't tell us much.

On the other hand, if the light is amber or yellow, the computer power light is on, and the hard drive is active (making familiar sounds and the hard drive activity light on the computer case is blinking), the computer is probably starting normally but the video card is not sending information to the monitor. Replace the video card.

Beep codes (see Step 11) usually sound when a video card has malfunctioned but this is not always the case.

Is your computer making a beeping sound? Sometimes a computer will turn on just enough to play a series of beeps from the speakers.

These beep codes play in particular sequences and represent a specific problem that your computer is having. Troubleshoot the beep code to figure out what it's saying and then service the computer as necessary.
Tips:

Still can't get your computer to turn on? Let a community of computer support enthusiasts help out! Post the details of your problem in the Focus on PC Support Forums.

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