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This is a Dell motherboard. PC manufacturers such as Dell do not usually make their own boards, they purchase or contract them from other vendors. Then they put them into their cases and sell them to consumers. This is unlike motherboard manufacturers who sell motherboards for the builder's market. They supply manuals to allow the builder to install and setup their board. Dell most likely does not have a manual along the lines that you seek, unless it is a service manual, which, most likely they do not release to the general public as they wish you to pay them for service or better still, to buy a new PC.
Hi thayal, systems shut down because of over heating. This is normal so nothing burns up. Try opening the case & clean the CPU fan. Remove any & all dust from the fan blades. Use a clean non used paint brush to help loosen any dust build up. Than blow the entire system out with canned air. Blow out the power supply as well. When finished put the case back together & see if the system shuts down.
not at all. you can put any memory stick as long as it's working. hmmmmmm.. so you do get video, but can't move the mouse or do anything with the keyboard. oh hold on, do you have any "feet" between the motherboard and case??
Try taking out the mobo and ps out of its casing, lay it on a table, hook things together and power it up. I had some problems before caused by mounting studs or try insulating all stubs from the mobo. hope this will help.