I dropped my computer on the top during transport. No, it no longer powers up. I checked all the hardware and it appears to be seated properly. I also tried a new power supply, but have the same problem. I do have a green led when I pull in the power cord, but the computer wont "boot" when I hit the on button. I have a Dell Dimension 4550.
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disconnect the printer, go into device manager and delete all the printers listed there. go onto the printer manufacturer website and download the drivers manually then install them. Hook the printer back up.
hi your problem is that you should set the connection to internet Dell Dimension 4550 (Pentium 4 2.66GHz, 256MB RAM, 60GB HDD, XP Home) first you need to go to: control panel>system>device manager>check if appears the ethernet car if it does then. go to control panel>network conection>properties>select tcp/ip go to properties check and make sure the option of automatic ip and the automatic dns select it and you are ready....
If the computer shuts off completely like someone pulled the plug from the electrical outlet, it is probably your power supply. I would first check all the main cable connection from the power supply to motherboard. If the problem persists, swap out the power supply. Thanks.