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Hi, Ive got a inspiron 530s (slimline) that won't boot, front LED stays solid abmer and fans turn over once but no boot. Changed PSU and reseated all components, neither helped. Think its the motherboard or processor now, want to replace motherboard first cos its cheaper but cant find a suitable one anywhere. I think its a 0RY007 but cant be certain. Can you help?

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Yes. It is 0RY007. Check the following links.

http://en.community.dell.com/forums/t/19271366.aspx

You should call Dell and ask them for a new one though. They would send you the correct part.

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