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Will not power up.Hear one beep.Screen is blank.
Seems like you had a hardware issue.Try first to reset the memory sticks and the other is the HD.Is the HD is burn try a used one or buy a new one and reinstall the OS.
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: black screen on start up
unplug the system
open the case
look for a battery and take it out
take out the memory (rams)
wait ten minutes
press power button 5 times
put everything back in
and boot it
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: computer locking at startup
If the LED is glowing Amber then there is definitely something wrong with the hardware. Open up the system and check to make sure that all cables are plugged into the motherboard securely. If they are, you have faulty hardware somewhere. I would take it into a repair shop and see if they can locate the fault.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Amber led simplifies a start-up-error. This could be a number of things.
Check if HDD is connected properly
Check if RAM is connected properly / also if this is damaged your pc wont start.
Check your m/board for any loose capacitors an if they are not popped at the top.
Your LCD screen is properly plugged in to the m/board and if the cables aren't damaged they are very thin and fragile.
also could be the power supply...
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
yes buy a power supply. I have seen hundreds of computers that have gone through storms. Remember a Dell usually uses a special power supply.
For a good deal look on ebay for your specific model, They almost always have "Buy it Now" deals.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Please try the following
1) Remove ALL wires from thw back of the PC
2) Press and hold the power button on for approx 15 seconds
3) Replug only the mains power wire and the monitor cable and then retest
Please advise of outcome
I hope this has been useful
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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