Question about Dell XPS 630 (DXDGCC3_6) PC Desktop
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If your computer is shutting down randomly and not because it is doing a post update restart, it may be worth giving the interior a clean as it could be overheating from dust build up in the fans and heatsink. Before you do that make sure you use a soft paint brush and that the power is disconnected from the computer. Be gentle with the brush as the capacitors are delicate and important.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the video card is ok try to reset your motherboard. just open your cpu and look for a battery on the board. (be sure your pc in unplugged) remove the battery by pressing the little lever in the bottom part of the battery after a few seconds place it back again just by pushing it.
Try also disk cleanup, disk defragmenter and system file checker...
hope this helps...
note: system file checker works works with the windows disk, it restores corrupted system files with a new one...
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Did you add the two sticks with the 512 or remove the 512 and add the two 1gb sticks? Try booting the machine with ONLY the 1gb sticks in.
Your machine supports 1gb modules but they can't be higher than 533MHz. Check that the memory you purchased was either PC3200 (400MHz) or PC4200 (533MHz) and is 1.8v. If you post the part number off of one of the modules I can look it up for you.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Both solutions given to my problemon this website as soon as I posted it was right on the mark. I replaced the CR2032 battery on the mother board and reconneted all the wirings and rebooted it and every thing is back up and running. Thanks to FixYa.com.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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