Question about Dell Optiplex GX280 (99301) Motherboard
Hey guys, I had had a problem with the GX280 Dell Optiplex, tower model. The fan was running full tilt and the video wasn't showing, but it did have beep codes and so forth. I was told the resistors on motherboard had gone out causing capacitors to discharge their full power into the fan. I replaced the motherboard, and put a 1GB stick of RAM in the DIMM1 slot. The fan now runs okay, but still no video. I need to get past this series of happenings so I can enter BIOS and turn off the chassis-intrusion, which has been a headache on my other 280s. The beep code sounds like 1-3-2 or maybe 1-3-1-1, can't exactly tell....the light error codes out at G-Y-G-Y(A-B-C-D). Thanks for looking into this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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