Question about Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop
I did not do the installation because I was not sure if I should do additional repairs before installation......especially when I have diagnostic lights warning me? Feb 14, 2014 tina should i do the installation first? or should I take the memory modules out first? Feb 14, 2014 tina one more point, I am reading the instruction manual stating that I should have memory modules 1&3 in white clamps and 2&4 in black clamps. I just looked inside pc.....both modules are in while clamps,,,fyi
Proper Jumper Setting then you connect it HDD if you are make primary HDD then 1-2 Connect and if not make primary then not connect jumper in HDD. And motherboard auto find it your HDD and Sat parity.
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
No problem you can try installation for a new hard disc then read the error message carefully
Posted on Feb 14, 2014
Testimonial: "it is a sata hard drive and I have the diagnostic lights 3 & 4 lit. I am not sure what to do next. I move the memory modules three times and still lights. I tried the installation cd but did not install.???? thank you"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Good day sir/maam, you need to open the side cover of the dell PC, now look at the picture below:
Turn the PC off, the encircled part is the memory slot, on its side is the release/locking lever, place the lever in the release (push it on the side) now insert the module vertically with then gently push it down until the lever snaps into lock. Do it with the next module, takes a little practice, if the module is snug and fit. thats it. Power on the PC. if you hear continuos
beeping, power the pc off, remove the modules and do the installation again. Do this several times until the PC response.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Dell Optiplex 760 Vista
Max CPU Intel Q9550
Max RAM 8GB RAM
Largest HDD Shipped 1TB (Will likely Support 2TB)
Max Intel Northwood 2.53 GHz - 533
Max RAM 2GB
Largest HDD Shipped was 200GB (Will likely support 500GB)
Dell Dimension XPS D300
Max CPU 333 Pentium II
Max RAM 384MB
Largest HDD Shipped 16GB (Will likely Support up to 80GB)
Dell Dimension XPS M
Max CPU 166S
Max RAM 64 MB
Largest HDD Shipped 4.3 GB (Max HDD likely 20GB)
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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