Question about Dell (S423) for Dimension 8100 (3F546) Motherboard

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Can't turn my compuer on

I have changed the mother board and when i connect the plug the computer automatically turns on but the monitor stays blank.I have checked the monitor with another computer and the monitor works fine. All the cbles are connected correctly

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  • BLACKISKNOWL Oct 20, 2008

    I CAN NOT POWER UP MY LABTOP

  • T_Byrd653 Dec 07, 2008

    I have a Dell Dimension 8100 that won't turn on. Power is on, Monitor is good, splash screen won't come up, The computer will not start

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Check on *********** board that your CMOS jumper is in normal mode otherwise change it - also check any beep sound aswell as you remove all the cables ie.. IDE cables, front panel cables I mean only the 2 power cables to the motherboard and try to start the pc by shorting the power switch pin with a screwdriver see the display coming or not ????

IF it is a branded pc - you have to buy the same companies motherboard, normal motherboard will not work with branded pcs.

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this will work for sure i think.
if this is not working dont rate me in-approtiate. i just triend my best. sorry and tahnks.. good luck

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