Question about Dell Dimension E310 PC Desktop
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is with your microwave. The Dell PC on boot has detected the radiowaves. This has in turn when booting the Dell put it in to Ultra Safe Mode. This is new to this model Dell- the advantage is that you can still cook your ready made meal with out damaging the system board capacitors. Once the micro wave has finished you will be able to boot - dont forget it may be your neighbours micro wave!!
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
Green Green Green amber is a start of "POV" whatever this stands for. Dells description is "System activity subsequent to video initalization" I would start with video card replacement,
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
When you mean the amber light, is that the blinking hard drive access light or the power light? Different cases have different colors on it. Mine has blue and green lights.
If you see the boot screen (bios) and then after it goes to boot, does it blink and hang?
This could be a simple operating system issue, hard drive or hardware/motherboard issue. If you could provide more information, that would help.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
I have similar problem these days. After normal shutting down the PC, it can not be powered up again, the amber light blinks. A temp solution for my case is by doing these steps:
1. leave all monitor, network, keyboard and mouse etc. connected
2. disconnect the power, wait until green light and amber light dim.
3. pop up the CMOS battery, then put back in (better to check its remaining voltage, if not good, change a new one)
4. power amber light flash shorter and lighter
5. disconnect any USB connections like keyboard and mouse,
6. immediately connect keyboard and mouse back into USB ports
7. my pc powers up at this point, all green lights shining. Except it displays CMOS setup warnings, give me options to click either F1 or F2
8. I click F1, it goes into normal login XP
The only problem is I could not shutdown PC again, if I do, then I have to repeat 1-8. I have to use "Standby" instead, which I usually do.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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