Question about Dell XPS 200 PC Desktop
I am having the same problem. It is the I/O front panel switch. Test it by removing the switch and disconnecting the cables from it. With the power plugged in to the unit, connect the larger cable but just enough for the system to power on. It should stay on.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
one thing that you can do is to power it down and unplug the powercord , blow out the powersupply and than open up the case . I f the computer has a onboard fan blow it out too and while you are in the inside make sure that all of the connections are good and snug ok than put everything back and reboot and see what happnes please let me know how this works for you ok
best regards mike
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