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I need to put my connections back into there right places for a e210882

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Dell Dimension 3000, splashed liquid from canned air, mobo fried?


The spray on the MB should not be a problem - unless it was plugged in when you did it. Yes, you should be able to put in a new Dell motherboard. As long as the processor is of the same class, the Dell license should work fine. However, you may need to download new drivers for the machine to run.

If you really want to check the power supply, I would suggest you buy a tester. They are fairly cheap: $10-50. You want to be sure that your board is getting the right power at the right places. 12 V to the fan is fine. However, 3.3 v or 1.5 v?

It sounds like you have done a fairly good test of the motherboard. I've definitely seen bad Dell motherboards with the light on with/without a bad power supply.

If you have another case (an ATX), I would buy an Asus or other motherboard and put your equipment in it. The cost of a Dell motherboard is excessive. Of course, you will have license problems with XP.

May 22, 2010 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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I have the e210882 motherboard and i have a prob with "bios" cant get in.. Need password..how can i fix this?


Hi!

It so simple, you don't need to blow your mind looking and thinking of the password. Just reset the BIOS jumper configuration straight from your motherboard and the password will be gone.

Open your computer system case and then look for this thing:


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Next, move the jumpers from the their default location (Example: from across pins #1 and #2 as above) and then place the jumper across pins #2 and #3.

Leave the jumper in place for 20 to 30 seconds and then return it to its default location.

Its done! The password is gone!

Or you can try also this procedure.

- Just remove the BIOS battery and place it back.


Refer to your motherboard manual to do this as reference.

Have a nice day!

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May 20, 2010 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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E210882 motherboard powers on but then i get beep code... short 111-11


Remove the RAM from the slot and clean it. after that stick it back on the ram slot and try . If the same sound again then pull back the ram & put in a other ram slot. If you face same problem again then your RAM is damaged. For confirmation just use your ram in different motherboard. If its working there, then your motherboard ram slot not connecting well with motherboard. You need to repair your motherboard.
Thanks & waiting for your feedback.

Feb 12, 2010 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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Added RAM to E210882


This common.

You either added the wrong size or type of RAM (verify this)

or

You need to take it out (power down first)

reboot... wait for the beeps to go away

Power off

Place the ram back in again... be sure it is in the right channel

If you have 4 slots... one stick per set of slots.

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Aug 07, 2009 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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I am putting my e210882 motherboard in to a computer case an need to know wiring specs for the front panel


Here is the link to your motherboard manual. ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865glc/BFLC_English.pdf

This will give you 1/2 what you need. You will meed to have the case manual to.

Jul 10, 2009 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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Can you put a 3GHz prosessor in a intel E210882 motherbord ?


I have a 3.0 processor in mine the details follow....

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My Dell has a SATA hard drive and the E210882 motherboard. Hope this helps.

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Drivers for mother board


did u try windows custum update ? 1st and intell website proably intell chipset

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Fryed Motherboard


Well if its still under warranty, contact dell if not you could google it and there is probably several places to buy you only need to match the motherboard with your chipset and speed. Check ebay they might have some too.

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Front panel hook up


HEY MAN U HAVE SERIUS PROBLEM... OK THIS MAY SOLVVE U R PROBLEM....JUST DOWNLOAD U R MOTHERBOARD USERS MANUAL...AL CONNECTIONS ARE GIVEN THERE..EVEN FRONT PANAL SETTINGS TOO.... BEST REGARDS MAIL ADD- SIGMA_SHIVA1@YAHOO.CO.IN

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