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I have a Dell XPS 730, has not worked at all since I got it (took it out of the nice big box it came in - hooked it up to my monitor, attached peripherals, powered up and it sounded like it was about to take off; nothing displayed on the monitor though and the keyboard/mouse did not even light up) - all LED's on the mobo are on (including CPU hot LED) plus the LED Code FF was displayed. Removed RAM then powered up - no POST beeps. Removed Hard Drive Cable no beeps. Removed graphics card - no beeps. Tried CMOS reset no luck - checked all connections all was good and properly seated. CPU Fan is extremely noisy - I think I got a bum machine here and it has to go back... Guess I should have just build my own PC instead of ordering through Dell... such high hopes of it working out of the box...
Check if u r able to open the optical drive if its opening then power supply is gone bad or else get mobo an power supply replace
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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