Question about Dell Inspiron 531s Desktop Computer
In addition to transferring the Dell/Asus motherboard, I have installed a new Ultra 550 watt power supply. All other connections to the board are fine. It is just this one thing. Someone posted that tapping a flat-head screwdriver on the board pins individually, in sets of two, would help to find which one is for the on/off switch, and it would turn the system on, but that did not work in this case. I have tried every conceivable plug configuration, in addition to placing the proper plug on the same labeled pin, but that does not seem to work either. The hangup may have to do with the pin that is left open using the Cooler Master plugs. Frustrating. Is there a reasonable solution? Again, thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this is a Dell Inspirion 531 here is the owner maual with all the components
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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