Question about Dell OptiPlex GX620n PC Desktop
I have an Optiplex gx620 with a Pentium Duo 3,4Ghz. I upgraded it with an SSD and installed Win7 pro. The problem is that I want to let it hibernate wenn I leave it but it repowers after few Sec. I already updated Bios (which was quit tricky) but didn't change anything.
Try sleep instead of hibernate. They never seem to work. Just an opinion.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell Optiplex gx270
Hi, reset the BIOS u need to follow below given steps(Perform all the steps carefully ) 1.Restart the notebook. Gizmo1
2.Tap the F10 key as soon as the Dell logo appears.
3.Using the arrow keys, navigate to Exit Menu, select "Load Setup Defaults" and select "Exit Saving Changes".
Hi, reset the BIOS u need to follow below given steps(Perform all the steps carefully )
1.Restart the notebook.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
SOURCE: DELL OptiPlex GX150 Upgrading
Yes, $100.00 was too much for that system. I saw a refurbished Dell GX270 2.8Ghz 512MB 40GB HD CD/R/RW Windows XP Pro COA w/SP3 and all updated drivers installed for $114.00 + $5.24 shipping (amazon). Also see a Refurbished IBM ThinkCentre A50P(8193A3U) Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz 512MB DDR 48x CD-ROM 40GB HD for $149.99 + 3 day free shipping (NewEgg). There are a lot of great reasonable sellers on Ebay but it's waters are getting more and more filled with Sharks as well (as well as many other sites, Just used Ebay as an example). I know this info doesn't help much now but hopefully in the future it can. You see a certain price on a system, do a full search on that same system and compare prices and shipping charges on what you find out there.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Look at the motherboard (mobo). Failure of motherboards is usually due to breaking capacitors. A few years ago a capacitor company stole the "recipe" for making capacitors from another company and tried to make their own, unfortunately they did not get the ingredients right and the capacitors started breaking after 2-3 years of use. They sold these capacitors at very cheap prices and a lot of computer companies and power supply makers bought them. This is easy to diagnose. Look for capacitors (caps) (they look like little tiny soda cans) on your motherboard (mobo). They should be perfectly flat on top and not bulged or swelling or leaking anything.
You could also try to change out the power supply if you can find another one that fits it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
for drivers u visit driversdownload.com, register and then dowload required drivers for ur comp. i doubt ur computer is affected with virus. pls check it also
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Try this: remove the DMOS battery and unplug the on/off switch plug. It's the one in the corner near the power supply. To be sure follow the cable from the front on/off switch board on back to this plug. Then plug the A/C cord in, if the system boots up fine, then replace the front panel power on/off swith board. Naturally you will not be able to power off the computer using the power switch (since we unplugged it), so you will have to just pull the plug. Hope this helps. Joe
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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